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  1. Grosvenor House was the first hotel in London at that time to have a separate bathroom and entrance lobby for each bedroom, and running iced water in every bathroom. When the hotel first opened, it was also the headquarters of the International Sportsmen's Club. Its facilities included Turkish baths, a swimming pool, squash courts and a gymnasium.

  2. Grosvenor House was one of the largest townhouses in London, home of the Grosvenor family (better known as the Dukes of Westminster) for more than a century. Their original London residence was on Millbank , but after the family had developed their Mayfair estates, they moved to Park Lane to build a house worthy of their wealth, status and influence in the 19th century.

  3. Most of the buildings on Grosvenor Square are in the Georgian style of architecture. No. 1 – Macdonald House, formerly part of the High Commission of Canada, being redeveloped into high-end residences; No. 4 – Back entrance to the Embassy of Italy; No. 10 – London Marriott Hotel Grosvenor Square

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    Grosvenor Gallery; Grosvenor House; Grosvenor House Hotel; Grosvenor School of Modern Art; Grosvenor Square; In Chester, England. Grosvenor Bridge (Chester) Grosvenor Museum; Grosvenor Rowing Club; Grosvenor Shopping Centre; Chester Grosvenor and Spa; Elsewhere. Grosvenor Arch, Utah, United States; Grosvenor Centre, Northampton, England

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    In 1998, an American private equity house, The Blackstone Group, purchased the Savoy hotel group. They sold it in 2004 to Quinlan Private , who sold the Savoy hotel and restaurant Simpson's-In-The-Strand eight months later, for an estimated £ 250 million, to Al-Waleed bin Talal to be managed by Al-Waleed's affiliate, Fairmont Hotels and Resorts of Canada. [3]

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  7. House of Fraser (also operating as Frasers) is a British department store group with 44 locations across the United Kingdom, which is now part of Frasers Group. It was established in Glasgow, Scotland in 1849 as Arthur and Fraser. By 1891, it was known as Fraser & Sons.