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51 Gloucester Terrace after the fire

51 Gloucester Terrace after the fire

4. March 2013
51 Gloucester Terrace after the fire

51 Gloucester Terrace after the fire

4. March 2013
47 and 51 Gloucester Terrace

47 and 51 Gloucester Terrace

4. March 2013
Entrance to The Royal Court Apartments and Paddington Hotel at 51 Gloucester Terrace after the fire in February 2013.

Entrance to The Royal Court Apartments and Paddington Hotel at 51 Gloucester Terrace after the fire in February 2013.

4. March 2013
Hazardous! Please do not enter this building! Sign at 51 Gloucester Terrace door following the fire on the 27th of February 2013.

Hazardous! Please do not enter this building! Sign at 51 Gloucester Terrace door following the fire on the 27th of February 2013.

4. March 2013
Entrance to Royal Court Apartments at 51 Gloucester Terrace

Entrance to Royal Court Apartments at 51 Gloucester Terrace

14 July 2012
51 Gloucester Terrace

51 Gloucester Terrace

14 July 2012

51 Gloucester Terrace

Address:
51 Gloucester Terrace, London W2 3DQ
Type:
Commercial
Completion:
19th century
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Description of 51 Gloucester Terrace

51 Gloucester Terrace is a terraced house in Bayswater, London W2.

Very close to Kensington Gardens and Lancaster Gate underground station. Paddington Station is only 5-minutes' walk away.

Businesses in the building:
- The Westbourne Hyde Park

Connected Companies

News: (2)

51 Gloucester Terrace is now home to a highly rated four-star hotel called The Westbourne Hyde Park.

The new hotel has 96 rooms and has a 8.9/10 rating on Booking.com in December 2016.

Website: www.thewestbournelondon.co.uk

09/12/2016 08:58 by Buildington

The Royal Court Apartments at 51 Gloucester Terrace caught fire last week 27. February 2013. From London Fire Brigade announcement:

A fire broke out in a hotel and apartment complex on Gloucester Terrace in Bayswater, W2 today. A lift shaft, part of the fourth and fifth floors, and part of the roof was damaged in the blaze. A number of people were evacuated before the arrival of the Brigade, but no injuries were reported.

Station Manager Nick Comery, who was at the scene, said:

"Firefighters worked hard and did well tackle a challenging and well developed fire. Fifteen people escaped from the building before the crews arrived and thankfully no one was hurt. Our fire investigation team is now working to determine what caused the blaze."

Twenty fire engines from Paddington, Willesden, Kensington, Soho, West Hampstead, Belsize, North Kensington, Euston, Shoreditch, Ealing, Hornsey, Tooting, Hammersmith, Whitechapel, Holloway, and Heston fire stations went to the scene with 120 firefighters and officers.

The Brigade was called at 1128 and the fire was under control at 1516. Firefighters will remain at the scene for some time damping down and making sure all hotspots are fully extinguished.

The cause of the fire is under investigation.

Source: london-fire.gov.uk

04/03/2013 21:18 by Buildington

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