Grange Hotels, London’s leading independent hotel group, provides luxury London accommodation, hospitality and events services for the most discerning guests. Offering an extensive range of 4 star and 5 star hotels in some of the best locations in London, each Grange Hotel effortlessly combines traditional standards of comfort with contemporary facilities and personal, attentive and discreet service. Whether for business or for pleasure, Grange Hotels’ beautifully appointed bedrooms, unrivalled bar, restaurant and meeting and events opportunities, together with luxury Health Club and spa facilities are designed to make your visit truly memorable…for all the right reasons.
In a world where, despite great past sacrifices, it appears that the lessons of history have not been learned and where the views of large numbers of people are selectively ignored and/or deliberately misrepresented by our ‘leaders’, it is essential to the global community that innovative thinking and philosophical debate are encouraged and that this assists in stimulating change. The Battle of Ideas provides hope and an exciting opportunity for creative thought and intelligent dialogue to replace the narrow vision and often ill-conceived self interest of those for whom political expediency dictates their thought and actions. We have all witnessed the reactions of those who feel threatened and/or who perceive injustice. We welcome innovative thought, improved understanding and the opportunities which spring from intelligent dialogue to overcome the great challenges of our time. In an increasingly interdependent world where travel and improved communication already do much to improve our knowledge and understanding, inclusive debate and joined up creative thought can provide a catalyst for meaningful and timely change - and hope for us all.
- Tony Matharu, Managing Director, Grange Hotels
"For one weekend in the year, in the centre of London, it's as if ideas matter, it's as if the world really can be made a better place through the free and energetic exercise of reason."
Austen Ivereigh, Catholic commentator