Derby Hotels Collection re-opens its first establishment outside Spain: The Caesar Hotel in London

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Derby Hotels Collection is pleased to announce the re-opening of its first establishment outside of Spain on the second half of August 2020 – The Caesar Hotel, located in the heart of London adjacent Hyde Park and in close proximity to its neighbor Notting Hill. The company’s purpose and focus is duty of care ensuring guests have a comfortable stay whilst observing the maximum hygiene and safety measures guaranteed by the “AA Covid-19 Confident” seal awarded by Visit Britain, the UK official tourism board.

The Caesar Hotel is also subject to the Clean & Safe protocol developed by the group for all its Hotels and Restaurants, with the aim of offering safety, comfort and accompaniment to clients “who will have forever changed their perception of the services and the trust that we must provide”, concludes Joaquim Clos, General Manager of Derby Hotels Collection.

The interiors of The Caesar Hotel hide cultural treasures from Ancient Rome that delight and surprise guests who appreciate beauty and ancient history. It houses a splendid collection of Roman mosaics dating from II to VI centuries AD that decorate the various areas of the Hotel. These mosaics, most of which come from the Roman province of Syria and the renowned Antioch workshops, are part of Derby Hotels Collection of art and antiquities – Derby Hotels is the private hotel group that owns and operates The Caesar. The curated Derby Hotels Collection of art is displayed amongst every Hotel in the collection including the Urban in Madrid and the iconic Claris in Barcelona. Founder and owner of Derby Hotels, Mr Jordi Clos, is one of the most important art collectors in Spain and an expert in Ancient Egyptian culture. This businessman’s passion has turned his Hotels into small exclusive museums where pieces of incalculable historical and cultural value can be seen.

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