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Ritz Hotel

Ritz Hotel Ritz Hotel
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This hotel, inspired by Cesar Ritz, designed by Charles Mèwes & Arthur Davis, opened on 25th May 1906.

See The Ritz for pictures of the building being erected.

Site: Ritz Hotel (1 memorial)

W1, Piccadilly, 150

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Ritz Hotel

Subjects commemorated Information

Arthur Davis

Born London, as Arthur Joseph Davis. In collaboration with Charles Mewes, he ...

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Charles Mèwes

Born in France. Worked in collaboration with Arthur Davis - see there for mor...

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César Ritz

Hotelier. Born Switzerland, son of a peasant farmer. Started work as a wait...

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Ritz Hotel

Opened by Swiss hotelier Cesar Ritz. The first hotel in the country where ev...

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