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Apex London Wall Hotel
Apex London Wall Hotel

7-9 Copthall Avenue, London, EC2R 7NJ

The Apex London Wall Hotel is a boutique hotel which provides the perfect base for a stay in London. Its location is...Read more

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Food Hygiene Ratings for Apex London Wall Hotel
Hygiene Rating: 5/5
Food Hygiene Ratings for Apex London Wall Hotel
Inspected: on 15/01/2019

The Montcalm at the Brewery
The Montcalm at the Brewery

52 Chiswell Street, London, EC1Y 4SA

An award-winning transformation from historic brewery to handsome five-star hotel, this characterful stay carries its...Read more

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The Soho Hotel
The Soho Hotel

4 Richmond Mews, Soho, London, W1D 3DH

1.81km

The Soho Hotel has 91 individually designed bedrooms and suites and is situated on a quiet street in the heart of...Read more

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Blue Plaques in London

George Edmund Street Blue Plaque - George Edmund Street 1824-1881 architect lived here
Black Plaque № 42545 - Canterbury Province New Zealand  In March 1848 on this site formerly 41 Charing Cross the Canterbury Association met and planned the settlement of the province founded on the 16 December 1830 by English settlers led by John Robert Godley.
Margaret Rutherford Blue Plaque - Dame Margaret Rutherford (1892-1972), actress lived here 1895-1920
John Passmore Edwards Blue Plaque - John Passmore Edwards 1823-1911 journalist, editor and builder of free public libraries lived here
Charles Holden Brown Plaque - Park Royal station   Listed building of National Significance   Architect: Landers & Welsh, 1936  This impressive building situated on Western Avenue, one of the arterial roads built in the 1930s, replaced an earlier station further to the west that had opened in 1905.  It was designed, especially the imposing tower with the illuminated roundels, to be a landmark showing the importance of the Underground in the new suburban landscape.  Although influenced by the work of the Underground’s archite
Brown Plaque № 8582 - These buildings were built as the  Parish Watch House, lock up and fire engine room Engine House built 1821.  Watch House  & lock-up built 1824.

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