Hotels

Dalata to sell Clayton Crown Hotel for £21m

While it has always ‘performed well’, Dalata said it was no longer deemed a ‘core hotel asset’ with its increasing strategic focus on central locations

Dalata Hotel Group has signed contracts for the sale of the Clayton Crown Hotel, London, and the underlying business, to a company controlled by AG Hotels Group for around £21m, with the transfer of the business scheduled to complete by late June 2022.

The Clayton Crown Hotel is a 152-bedroom four-star hotel, located in Cricklewood, London. While it has always “performed well”, Dalata said it was no longer deemed a “core hotel asset” with its increasing strategic focus on central locations. 

The Irish hotel group, which has a growing presence in the UK and Europe, said the sale represents excellent value for Dalata, and the proceeds will be reinvested into its business.

The Clayton branding is not included as part of the arrangement and on completion of the contracts, the hotel will no longer have any contractual relationship with Dalata.

Dermot Crowley, CEO, Dalata said: “I would like to take this opportunity to thank the team at Clayton Crown Hotel for the significant contribution they have made since the hotel was acquired as part of the Moran Bewley acquisition in 2015.

“This Transaction represents excellent value and will assist us in our continued focus on securing central opportunities in attractive cities of the UK and continental Europe. London continues to be a priority for Dalata, and we look forward to opening our new hotel in Shoreditch in the second half of 2023.”

He added: “Our immediate focus now, will be to communicate with our employees and assist them with the transition. We will be retaining the hotel management within the Company; all other employees will have the opportunity to apply for vacant positions within Dalata or they can choose to remain in their current roles in the hotel.”     

Back to top button