A murder trial for the young woman found stabbed to death in a Holiday Inn in Greenwich is set to begin on Wednesday, October 20.

Police were called to the Holiday Inn hotel in Bugsby’s Way, Greenwich, at around 10am on July 5 to a report of a woman being stabbed.

Khloemae Loy, 23, was found with serious injuries and was declared dead at the scene, the Metropolitan Police said.

Reports then emerged of a man, thought to be known for her and now accused of her killing, was rushed to hospital under police guard after falling from a height at the scene.

Taye Francis, 39, of no fixed address, was charged with murder in July and will appear at Bromley Magistrates’ Court on Monday.

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Photos of the Holiday Inn, on Bugsby's Way, Greenwich, shows broken glass from a fifth-storey window lying scattered across the car park, and the hotel manager has said he'd received multiple complaints of loud shouting from guests before the incident occurred.

Taye Francis now faces trial and will appear in court tomorrow.

The Old Bailey court will host the Greenwich murder trial, starting on October 20.