Admiralty Arch set to become a London hotel

Admiralty Arch is one of the many historic landmarks of London, a unique building which is most famous for, as the name suggests the archways that were built over the road and pavement.

Recently this landmark has been used for government offices however times are set to change and the Admiralty Arch is set to become a landmark London hotel!

The Admiralty Arch has been leased to Prime Investors Capital for the next 99 years and they are have plans to make the conversion from offices into a luxurious hotel.

The Admiralty Arch is expected to have 100 hotel rooms which consist of luxurious presidential suites, room for events, a restaurant and a spa as just some of the available facilities.

As the Admiralty Arch was built in 1912 and designed by Sir Aston Webb it is one of the Grade 1 Listed buildings in the city and therefore any conversion works will have to take this into account but Prime Investors Capital and the chief executive Rafael Serrano already have lots of experience in this field.

Serrano stated that they were working closely with the relevant bodies such as English Heritage, West Minister City Council and The Royal Parks. In May the Bulgari Hotel and Residences in Knightsbridge, London was opened after the project was completed by Serrano.

No opening date for the hotel has yet been set but it is definitely a venue in a stunning location to look forward to.

This News top secret hotel was added on 26 Oct 2012

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