Le Méridien is an upscale, design-focused international hotel brand with a European perspective, formerly headquartered in France and in the United Kingdom. It is owned by Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, and has a portfolio of 99 hotels in over 40 countries worldwide
Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, Inc., one of the leading hotel and leisure companies in the world. Today STARWOOD Empire encompasses more than 1000 hotels in over 100 countries, is a fully integrated owner, operator and franchisor of hotels and resorts with the following internationally renowned brands: Sheraton, St. Regis, The Luxury Collection, Westin, Four Points by Sheraton, W, Le Méridien, Aloft and Element. The growth of the company is nothing less than phenomenal.
The Le Méridien mark was built up in 1972 via Air France “to give on a home far from home for its clients.” The principal Le Méridien property was a 1,000-room inn in Paris — Le Méridien Etoile. Inside two years of operation, the gathering had 10 inns in Europe and Africa. Inside the initial six years, the quantity of inns had ascended to 21 lodgings in Europe, Africa, the French West Indies, Canada, South America, the Middle East and Mauritius. By 1991, the aggregate number of Le Méridien properties had ascended to 58.
In late 1994, Le Méridien was obtained by UK inn organization Forte Group, which thus was procured by Granada plc in 1996. Through a merger in the mid year of 2000 between Granada plc and worldwide contract cook Compass Group — and the ensuing de-merger of the two organizations in February 2001 — the responsibility for Forte Hotels division and its three brands (Le Méridien, Heritage Hotels and Posthouse Forte) passed exclusively to Compass.
In May 2001, Nomura Group declared the procurement of Le Méridien Hotels and Resorts from Compass Group plc for £1.9 billion and Le Méridien was converged with Principal Hotels, which was obtained in February 2001.In December 2003, Lehman Brothers Holdings gained the senior obligation of Le Méridien. On November 24, 2005, the Le Méridien brand and administration charge business was gained by Starwood Capital Group. The rented and claimed land resources were procured in a different arrangement by a joint wander framed by Lehman Brothers and Starwood Capital.
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