The sale of one of London's grandest buildings is good news for London tourists.
London, UK -- (SBWIRE) -- 10/26/2012 -- London has many seasonal changes throughout the year with periodical carnivals and illustrious events. This year London celebrated the Queens Jubilee, The London 2012 Olympics and the recurring Notting Hill Carnival.
The Admiralty Arch, one of London’s most recognisable landmarks is set to become one of London’s most luxurious hotels. The Admiralty Arch was originally commissioned by King Edward VII (1912) in memory of his mother, Queen Victoria. The Grade 1 listed building has reportedly been bought for around £60m by Rafael Serrano a Spanish property developer. Mr Serrano has acquired a longterm leasehold on the property after he recently built the Bulgari Hotel in Knightsbridge – a newly successful luxury London hotel.
Britain has a wealth of fantastic architecture for tourists to witness. The best time to visit London may well be when the Admiralty Arch is open to hotel guests. Hotel details have not yet been released, but the hotel is probably going to be 5 star grand hotel.
The MD of Private Jet Charter Prices said “London has a whole range of fantastic hotels and restaurants. I’m sure the Admiralty Arch will be listed amongst the top fledgling London hotels in the near future”.
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