Six Georgian townhouses in London to become boutique hotel

Martha Elwell By Martha Elwell
07 February 2018 | Updated 07 February 2018

UK: A new luxury hotel set in London Georgian townhouses is to open in 2020

A new luxury boutique hotel set across six Georgian townhouses in London is to open in 2020.

The property will be operated by Bespoke Hotels and will be part of the £500m One Crown Place mixed-use development in EC2 by Malaysian company AlloyMtd.

It is estimated that around £10m has been spent on restoring the five-storey terrace houses. The houses date back to the early 1800s. They were designed by architect George Dance the Younger.

On completion, the hotel will feature 41 bedrooms, a 100-cover restaurant and bar and a private members club. The design is being led by Bowler James Brindley.

Haydn Fentum, chief executive of Bespoke Hotels said: "We are delighted to have been appointed to oversee the operation of the hotel at One Crown Place. The development will be a stunning landmark for London, further galvanising an area that has developed remarkably in recent years, with the hotel a key ingredient within this."

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