Jasminder Singh

About Jasminder Singh

Birth Year: 1951
Birth Place: London, United Kingdom, United Kingdom
Residence: London, England
Occupation: Businessman
Known for: founder, Edwardian Hotels
Title: Chairman and CEO, Edwardian Hotels
Spouse(s): Amrit Singh
Children: Inderneel Singh
Parent(s): Bal Mohinder Singh

Jasminder Singh

Jasminder Singh was born on 1951 in London, United Kingdom, United Kingdom. Hotelier Jasminder Singh purchased his first hotel, the Edwardian, in 1975, which became the namesake of his budding luxury hotel group based in London. Over nearly two decades, he added 11 additional hotels to the portfolio. In 1993 he partnered with Radisson and now has 12 Radisson Blu Edwardian boutique hotels across London's West End, and a few scattered in Manchester and Kensington. It also owns the May Fair Hotel, a 400-room, high-end hotel in London. Singh, who is the executive chairman, was taken to court by his father in 2012 in an attempt to claim part of the fortune. Both Sikhs, the father argued that within their culture wealth is shared among generations and as a result he had rights to some of his son's self-made fortune. The court sided with Jasminder; his father passed away soon after the decision.
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Jasminder Singh was born in April 1951, in Dar es Salaam, Tanganyika (now Tanzania). He is the son of Bal Mohinder Singh, and they moved to the UK from Kenya in 1973, and first ran a post office together.


In 2007, Singh was appointed Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) for services to the hotel industry.

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