Kurt Bredenbeck

Kurt Bredenbeck is one of Europe’s leading hotel entrepreneurs.  He is a founder of three of the best known and most successful new hotel projects to debut in London over the past 2 decades.  He is the founder, creator and former owner of The Hoxton, a 205-bedroom contemporary ‘luxury-budget’ hotel, a groundbreaking and hugely successful new concept which he devised and built on a vacant parking lot in Great Eastern Street, London EC2.

Currently Kurt Bredenbeck is the Chairman of Green Rooms, the UK's first independent Social Enterprise Hotel for the Arts, the country's first bespoke Hotel for the Arts and a uniquely successful example of Public Sector and Private Sector partnership.

He is also one of the original investors and founders in the very first ‘design’ hotel to manifest in London, the One Aldwych luxury hotel which opened in June 1998. Over the years, Kurt’s specialty has become the creation, development and management of world-class, innovative new hotel concepts.

In addition, Kurt is a well-known design and style authority, photographer and author.  He and his work have been featured in a large range of press articles, periodicals, published works and tv programmes.  

Kurt Bredenbeck is based in London and through his hotel development and management company, Quest Hotels Limited, is currently seeking new properties throughout the capital and Europe for his pioneering hotel concepts (www.questhotels.co.uk).