Bouygues has announced it has won a deal to refurbish the Ritz Hotel in Paris in a contract worth around £115m (€140m).
Bouygues Construction subsidiary Bouygues Bâtiment Île-de-France has won the deal to refurbish the prestigious hotel.
A sliding roof, a larger number of suites, an extension to the ballroom and incorporation of the latest technological innovations will form part of the deal to refurbish and redecorate the historic areas.
The group has previously been involved in hotel renovations such as the Four Seasons George V in 1999, the Grand Hôtel InterContinental in 2003, Fouquet’s Barrière in 2006, and the Royal Monceau and the Shangri-La in 2010
Further afield, Bouygues Construction has built a number of luxury hotel complexes in the Caribbean, Morocco, Singapore, Dubai and Hong Kong.
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