Threadneedles Hotel

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Threadneedles Hotel
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Location within Central London
General information
Location Threadneedle Street
London, EC2
United Kingdom
Coordinates 51°30′55.94″N0°5′25″W / 51.5155389°N 0.09028°W / 51.5155389; -0.09028
Owner Eton Collection
Other information
Number of rooms74
Number of suites6
Website
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Threadneedles Hotel (formerly head offices of the London, City and Midland Bank headquarters) is a 5-star London hotel with 74 rooms and suites. The hotel is located opposite the Bank of England on Threadneedle Street.

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History

The Eton Collection acquired a long-term lease from The Merchant Taylors’ Company and invested £21 million in the refurbishment of the historical building. Threadneedles Hotel was the first luxury hotel within the City of London's Square mile. The hotel's bar is set in the main banking hall of the Midland Bank. [1]

Location

The hotel's postcode is EC2R 8AY. The nearest tube stations are Bank and Monument.

Awards

The hotel has a five star status awarded by Quality in Tourism.[ citation needed ] Further awards included being voted "One of the top 50 hottest hotels in the world" by Condé Nast Traveler, and one of the top 20 hotels by Tatler Magazine.[ citation needed ]

Coordinates: 51°30′56″N0°05′25″W / 51.51554°N 0.090279°W / 51.51554; -0.090279

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References

  1. Bonds at Threadneedles