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Ground level of 139-140 Park Lane building in Mayfair, London W1.

Ground level of 139-140 Park Lane building in Mayfair, London W1.

20.04.2013
View to 139-140 Park Lane building in Mayfair, London W1.

View to 139-140 Park Lane building in Mayfair, London W1.

23.10.2016
140 Park Lane on the right, facing Oxford Street and Marble Arch underground Station.

140 Park Lane on the right, facing Oxford Street and Marble Arch underground Station.

October 2012

October 2011
View to the building from Park Lane.

View to the building from Park Lane.

June 2011

139-140 Park Lane

Address:
139-140 Park Lane, London W1K 7AA
Type:
Commercial
Venues:
5
Viewed:
6484

Description of 139-140 Park Lane

139-140 Park Lane is a hotel building in Mayfair, London W1.

Once a stately apartment building overlooking Hyde Park and Marble Arch, the building is now a 5* London Marriott Hotel Park Lane.

Meeting facilities include 5 private rooms located on an exclusive floor, all with natural daylight.

Source: marriott.co.uk

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News: (2)

Westminster City Council has granted planning permission for:

Erection of new fourth floor on 527-533 Oxford Street to provide additional bedrooms for the existing hotel (Class C1) at 140 Park Lane. Alterations to the east and north facades to create flush elevations in line with new extension. Extension of existing link bridge to serve fourth floor extension. Display of public art on north wall facing Oxford Street.

Source: Westminster City Council weekly planning list 25.03.2012. Ref. no. 11/03734/FULL, decision date 23.03.2012.

06/04/2012 03:25 by Buildington

Royal Bank of Scotland Group Plc (RBS), Britain’s biggest government-owned bank, has taken control of 42 Marriott-branded hotels across the U.K and appointed Ernst & Young as receivers for the owner of the hotels.

Marriott International Inc. will continue to operate the hotels, and RBS’s decision will not affect customers, suppliers or staff at the hotels, Ernst & Young said in an e-mailed statement last night.

Source: Bloomberg http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2011-06-14/rbs-takes-control-of-42-marriott-hotels-in-britain-ft-reports.html

17/06/2011 01:36 by

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