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London's Sea Containers House set to become Mondrian hotel

Published: 26/08/2011 - Filed under: News »

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Sea Containers House on London's Southbank is set to become a luxury 358-room hotel managed by Morgans Hotel Group's Mondrian brand, according to a report by Property Week.

The property was originally conceived as a hotel when plans were drawn up in the 1970s, but the building eventually became office space upon completion in the 1980s.

Archlane Ltd acquired the property in 2004, and started a public consultation process in May of this year, with plans to refurbish the building as a mixed space for offices, restaurants, bars and a hotel.

Property Week now reports that the Morgans Hotel Group will manage the 358-room hotel, subject to planning permission, under its Mondrian brand.

Mondrian currently operates two hotels in London - the Sanderson and St Martins Lane - while Modrian has existing properties in LA, New York and Miami. For a recent review of the Mondrian Miami South Beach, click here.

For more information visit mondrianhotel.com.

Report by Mark Caswell


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