Historic Admiralty Arch in the heart of London will soon be transformed into a 100-bedroom hotel. A Grade I–listed historic building, built in 1910,not also being converted into luxury hotel, but also spa, private residences and private members’ club.
Actually, four serviced apartments in a London landmark went on sale this week and can be purchased either individually or as one huge property with 12 bedrooms, and in that case the property could fetch up to £130 million. If sold separately, property experts have estimated that the apartments will be priced at around £8000 – £9,000 per square-foot, meaning flats would sell for around £63.9million.
The Historic Apartment will be a three or four bedroom duplex apartment; the Nelson and Palace Apartments will be two or three bedroom apartments; and the Admiral Residence a five or six bedroom apartment, ranging from 1700 square-foot to 7100 square-foot.
Each residence comprises several suites, six-metre high ceilings, crests, original fireplaces and fittings from the Edwardian era, with views over The Mall, Trafalgar Square, St. James’s Park and Buckingham Palace.
All residents will have access to the luxury amenities offered by the hotel inside Admiralty Arch, including 24-hour concierge service and security, private off-road valet parking service, private entrance and a lift to the residences, as well as a lifetime membership to the private members’ club.
Located in Westminster, Admiralty Arch formerly housed the likes of Sir Winston Churchill, James Bond creator Ian Fleming, and Queen Elizabeth II.