Cycas Hospitality is to take over the operation of three upscale boutique hotels as part of a deal with London Town Group.
Two Mercure-branded hotels will join the Cycas portfolio – the 72-room Mercure London Hyde Park, which recently completed a multi-million pound refurbishment, and the 86-room Mercure London Paddington, which is due to start a full renovation programme next year.
Cycas will also operate the 64-room Hotel Indigo London Paddington, which joins Hotel Indigo Dundee as its second in the UK.
Tanja Furby has been appointed Cluster General Manager for all three hotels.
Koolesh Shah, Founder of London Town Group, said: “As our business diversifies and grows, I felt now was the time to bring on board a recognised industry leader in hotel operations to partner on the transformation journey of our hotels.
“We’ve always prided ourselves on our collection of leading branded-boutique hotels and we’re confident that Cycas’s track-record in delivering the highest hospitality standards will ensure we can continue to give our guests the best possible experience.”
Matt Luscombe, Cycas CEO, added: “With their central locations and exceptional transport links, these three hotels are ideally positioned to capitalise on the recovery in business and leisure travel. We’re proud and excited to begin this partnership together.”
Cycas Hospitality has now opened or taken over 17 hotels in 12 months, despite the pandemic challenges.