No alcohol hotel served up sex parties

A hotel owned by a millionaire Muslim businessman is a favourite venue of a sex party organiser.

The management at the Bermondsey Square hotel in London has banned the sale of alcohol at the £200-a-night property.

But Emma Sayle, owner of Killing Kittens, a members-only sex-club, said the hotel is one of her preferred destinations for the self-styled ‘sexual elite’.

According to Ms Sayle the rules at Killing Kitten events state  men can’t approach women at parties unless they know them, everyone wears a mask and single men aren’t allowed.

She said: “A lot of our events are in high-end hotels such as The Wood Norton in Evesham and the Bermondsey Square hotel, London, among others.”

A spokeswoman for the Bermondsey Square hotel said the sex parties took place in the four loft suites on the seventh floor which meant there was no overlap with other guests.

She said: “Bermondsey Square Hotel has had a complete change of ownership in the last six months. The restaurant is undergoing refurbishment and the hotel remains a popular choice with business and leisure guests alike for its location and service. Over two years ago a number of rooms were booked by Killing Kittens on a couple of occasions.  These were very discrete guests. We have not hosted events for a number of years and it is not something we will be looking to do in the future.”

A spokeswoman for the Wood Norton hotel in Worcestershire, said: “I am aware of the company. We have held events organised by Killing Kittens in the past. They would have taken exclusive use. It’s not something we will be looking to do in the future. We have had a complete change of management in the last six months.”

Sayle added: “They are private events for couples and girls so it’s definitely not about corporates organising a party for their staff.”

John Keenan


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