Ace Hotel Shoreditch London permanently closes

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After closing in March due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, the London Shoreditch branch of Ace Hotel has announced that it will no longer reopen. Despite the final closure of the site, it seems that the American hotel chain hopes to open soon in another part of London.

“We are sorry to announce that our long-standing home [Shoreditch] High Street will no longer continue as the Ace Hotel London Shoreditch, ”the company said. “We fell in love with this energy and are delighted to build a new home in London in a hopeful and renewed future.”

The building is currently owned by hotel operator Lore Group, which has announced its intention to reopen the site but under a new name and under its own management.

“Given the unprecedented impact of COVID-19, the Ace Hotel and its outlets will remain closed so that we can invest in significant renovations that will refresh and improve the guest experience,” a spokesperson said. . The seas. “We also take charge of the direct management of the hotel, in line with the other premium hotels in our collection. We are grateful to Ace for helping us make the hotel what it is today and look forward to welcoming guests once the work is complete.

In other travel-related news, the International Olympic Games Committee announced that the Tokyo Olympics will be held “with or without COVID.”

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