Hotels of character for a distinctive experience...
From Vietnam to Germany, Morocco to Thailand, the hotels in the MGallery collection invite the traveller to enjoy stays full of discovery and unique experiences. Hotels are steeped in history, set in exceptional locations, evocatively designed – and each has an exceptional character. You will find here information about new hotels joining the collection, as well as the latest news about our hotels and special offers.
Grand Hôtel Cabourg
7/11/11This summer, discover an illuminated Grand Hôtel Cabourg during the cultural event Rendez-Vous à Cabourg and experience Giant Video Projections !
This summer, discover an illuminated Grand Hôtel Cabourg during the cultural event Rendez-Vous à Cabourg and experience Giant Video Projections ! Every Sunday night between the 10th of July and the 28th of August and on Wednesdays 13 and 17 July 2011, the casino gardens will host spectators for A Rendez-Vous in Cabourg. Located in the heart of the resort, near to the seafront and opposite the Grand Hotel and the Casino, this is the perfect place for the stunning large scale views of the show that will be projected onto the facade of the Grand Hotel. Giant images in colour will be displayed upon the facade of this prestigious hotel immortalized by Marcel Proust, bringing back memories of the fashion of sea bathing, the roaring twenties and the present developments of the resort nowadays. It will be a respectful and joyful series of glimpses of a glorious past, reflected in the present on the facade of the Grand Hotel.
MGallery in the UK
5/10/11MGallery opens its first establishment in the English capital.
MGallery opens its first establishment in the English capital. The prestigious St. Ermin’s Hotel in London joins the MGallery collection. In the heart of Saint James's, on the doorstep of Buckingham Palace and Westminster, the hotel will open its doors in April following major renovations. The first UK addition to the MGallery portfolio. The hotel enjoys an ideal location close to the city's major visitor attractions and will offer no fewer than 331 rooms, including 41 deluxe suites.
Award and recognition for "La Table du Baltimore"
3/22/11"La Table du Baltimore" has received a Michelin Star for the 9th consecutive year.
"La Table du Baltimore" has received a Michelin Star for the 9th consecutive year. The restaurant of the hôtel Baltimore in Paris, "La Table du Baltimore", is this March celebrating its 10th spring in the capital. Over the course of the years, it has offered its diners a unique experience with an inventive menu of tasty dishes intricately prepared using quality ingredients. In recognition of the quality of its food, "La Table du Baltimore" has received a Michelin star each year since 2003, winning it a place among the elite circle of Michelin Star restaurants for nine years in a row. It can thank the accomplished work of Chef Jean-Philippe Perol for gaining and retaining this prestigious award.
Two new establishments in Thailand
3/10/10The MGallery collection, already boasting the prestigious VIE Hotel in Bangkok, has added two new resort hotels, the Veranda Resort & Spa Hua Hin and Veranda High Resort Chiang Mai, to its portfolio.
The MGallery collection, already boasting the prestigious VIE Hotel in Bangkok, has added two new resort hotels, the Veranda Resort & Spa Hua Hin and Veranda High Resort Chiang Mai, to its portfolio. The Veranda Resort & Spa Hua Hin, with its modern Asian architecture, enjoys a magnificent seaside location close to the traditional resort destinations of Cha Am and Hua Hin, frequented by the Thai aristocracy since the start of the century. Its 118 rooms and 9 villas offer a resolutely modern layout which capitalises on the hotel's surroundings and offers guests bright and airy spaces, some of them open air. The Veranda has two restaurants: the "Dining room" restaurant has a menu of Thai and western dishes which it serves daily. The "I Sea" waterfront restaurant will offer modern local cuisine with a seafood base. In addition to its cuisine, the hotel has a spa, swimming pool, 2 bars and a vast range of activities to make sure your stay is a memorable one. In the north of Thailand, Chiang Mai, a city rich in heritage, is today still known as the Capital of the Lanna Kingdom which was founded in the 13th century by King Mengrai. A few kilometres from the city of Chiang Mai, the Veranda High Resort Chiang Mai hotel is a veritable retreat in the heart of the mountains. Although of a resolutely modern design, the hotel has taken its inspiration from its natural surroundings. Separated from the outside world by a wall of the old city of Chiang Mai, the hotel is a peaceful haven, ideal for a relaxing stay in the heart of the surrounding mountains. Modern and traditional oriental styles come together to offer guests a taste of the different facets of Lanna's rich culture in a peaceful setting away from the hustle and bustle of daily life. With its own spa, pool, fitness centre, library, meeting rooms and a myriad of cultural activities, guests can travel without leaving Chiang Mai. And the Veranda High Resort Chiang Mai has a unique, intense character which subtly draws on the "rich simplicity" of its surrounding landscape.
Eclectic elegance at Francis Hotel Bath
7/20/11Francis Hotel's history, character and central location make it the perfect candidate to join the "Memorable" MGallery Collection, making it the second MGallery in the United Kingdom.
Francis Hotel's history, character and central location make it the perfect candidate to join the "Memorable" MGallery Collection, making it the second MGallery in the United Kingdom. The unique and distinctive hotel occupies seven of the original 18th century townhouses that make up the south side of the centrally located Queen Square in Bath, a UNESCO World Heritage city. Following a £6 million refurbishment, the townhouses have been fully renovated in keeping with the style of the Regency period, offering an eclectic edge that truly reflects the vibrancy, exuberance and liberation of this time. Karen Bassett, the hotel's general manager, sees this renaissance as an extraordinary opportunity: "It's fantastic that the Francis Hotel is being honoured in this way and being brought back to the impeccable standard of its heyday. We're very excited about the refurbishment and look forward to welcoming guests to experience our beautiful new hotel." The interior of the hotel, with its bold, vivid colours, offers 98 elegantly decorated rooms with a blend of traditional and contemporary furniture that fits perfectly with the personality of the hotel. Some of which are equipped with a four-poster bed and offer an unparalleled view of the city of Bath. Treasure your stay at Francis Hotel with an exclusive journey in a horse and carriage around the magnificence of Bath, whilst enjoying champagne and strawberries. Visit the famous architectural delights with a private tour guide and end the tour taking Afternoon Tea in the elegant Pump Rooms.