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Olivier Awards announce new partnership with Rosewood London

Olivier Awards 2014The Olivier Awards with MasterCard announces a major new partnership with Rosewood London, the capital’s newest iconic luxury hotel, located minutes from the Royal Opera House, the venue for the Olivier Awards ceremony on Sunday 13th April, 2014.

Julian Bird, Chief Executive of the Society of London Theatre and the Executive Producer of the Olivier Awards with MasterCard commented: “I am delighted to announce this new partnership with Rosewood London, The Olivier Awards with MasterCard are a unique celebration of London theatre and we are thrilled to be working as a partner with Rosewood London, including the hosting of the announcement of the 2014 Olivier Award nominations on Monday 10th March from the hotel’s spectacular Grand Ballroom.”

This new partnership, coupled with the televised ceremony from the Royal Opera House, further consolidates the Olivier Awards with MasterCard’s position as the preeminent theatrical event in London’s arts calendar.

Matthias Roeke, Managing Director of Rosewood London commented: “We are delighted to be the hotel partner for the prestigious Olivier Awards and look forward to further nurturing our relationship with the many outstanding theatres on our doorstep. Our location is the perfect fit for discovering the sights and sounds of London’s Theatreland”.

Marking the presence of the Rosewood Hotels & Resorts® brand in Europe, Rosewood London opened in October 2013 following an extensive renovation to sensitively transform the iconic 1914 Belle Epoque building in Holborn, moments from Covent Garden . Offering A Sense of Place®, Rosewood London’s 262 guestrooms and 44 suites convey the feel of stylish London residences – public areas are filled with unique artwork and books, the restaurants and bars provide welcoming surroundings for epicurean discovery, while the event spaces nod to the building’s past as the headquarters of Pearl Assurance Company. Guests enter via a grand carriageway which leads to a distinctive courtyard giving a sense of arrival more akin to a private manor house than a hotel.


Tuesday 28th January 2014


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