Millionaire hotel tycoon, 33, collapses and dies after clubbing in Mayfair

Published date26 October 2021
Publication titleMyLondon (England)
Vivek Chadha, 33, died at an address in Central London early on Sunday morning just hours after he was spotted at Annabel’s nightclub in Mayfair the night before.

Mr Chadha’s unexpected death also comes eight weeks after he married his wife, Stuttee, 29, in a glamorous ceremony at the five-star JW Marriott Grosvenor House on Park Lane.

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Due to Mr Chadha’s young age and the fact he had no known underlying health conditions, it is likely that a post-mortem will be carried out to establish the cause of his death.

However, according to sources close to him, it has been suggested that he died of natural causes.

Speaking to MailOnline , his widow, Stuttee, described her heartbreak at her husband’s sudden death.

She said: “I'm in shock and still trying to make sense of it.

“We only got married eight weeks ago and it was beautiful. Now I'm having to deal with the loss of the love of my life.

“I'm stunned and heartbroken.”

Together with his father Gursharan Chadha, 61, Mr Chadha co-founded the multi-million pound Nine Group in 2012.

The group owns, develops and manages multiple hotels in the UK and is considered one of the largest private hotel companies in the country.

It currently owns 18 hotels, including the four-star London O2 Arena Hotel and four Holiday Inn franchises.

It also owns a pub -the Halt and Pull in Horley, Surrey -and recently struck a franchising deal with Pizza Hut.

Mr Chadha was recognised for his business acumen in 2017 when he won the ‘Rising Star’ award at the Young Entrepreneur of the Year awards.

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