Will Selfridges’ new luxury hotel plans bring back UK tourists?

Selfridges

Luxury department store Selfridges was bought by the Weston family for £598m in 2003 and recently sold to Austrian real estate group Signa and Thai retailer Central Group for £4bn. The new owners are planning to open a luxury hotel as part of a major revamp of its flagship store. Retail Gazette talks to experts to find out whether it’s likely to attract tourists in the age of Covid.

Will Selfridges’ new luxury hotel plans bring back UK tourists?
Will Selfridges’ new luxury hotel plans bring back UK tourists?

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