Harrods Hotel deal is off

PETALING JAYA: The Harrods Hotel in Kuala Lumpur, planned as one of three in the world, has been scrapped. However, the other components that make up the mixed integrated development will go ahead as planned, according to sources.

It is uncertain why Harrods Hotel was scrapped but sources said the Qataris have decided not to go ahead with their initial plan to locate their first Harrods Hotel in Malaysia, which was announced in 2012. The other planned locations of the “seven-star hotel” are in London and Italy.

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