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There they built a hotel called the Regent Palace, which opened on 26 May
Regejts The vestibule ended in swing doors leading to an area under a dome with a classic parquet floor. No less than tons of steelwork were required for the structure.
The dome was of cut glass, in a triangular open central court; the main passageways on the upper floors were also triangular in layout. The main entrance was on the apex at the intersection of Glasshouse and Sherwood Streets. It is actually a memorial fountain commemorating the Victorian philanthropist the Earl of Shaftesbury, and the figure is not the Greek God of Love, but the Christian angel of Charity. One of these bombs hit the staff Annexe which is a building adjacent to the hotel, containing bedrooms for staff living in mainly maidsbearing in mind that in the grand days of the hotel, there were over people employed on the premises.
Public rooms[ edit ] The public area of the hotel was situated mainly on the ground and first floors. Further on that side was the head-porter's counter and the reception.
We also know that during the First World War, a considerable part of the hotel was requisitioned by the British Government and during the Second World War, 2 separate bombs caused minor damage. The hotel was completed infrom des by Messrs. Please keep them coming, we are always interested to hear about our past. Quite regularly, we have old bills, menus and key cards forwarded to us by family members whose parents had stayed at the hotel, generally, on their honeymoon.
Indeed, most of the information provided, is from personal experiences palacee to us in correspondence. The floor plan altered slightly over the years, but in the s was as follows: immediately after entering there was a news kiosk on the left; on the right was a sandwich and fruit bar. The double and twin rooms were much wider with more furniture.
The building is a steel-framed structure, faxed externally with glazed terra-cotta, the roof being covered with green slates. In its early days it was owned and operated by J Lyons and Company who formed a subsidiary company called Strand Hotels Limited. Beyond this was the restaurant, decorated in Art Deco style. Later, it became under the remit of Douglas Gluckstein and Rex Oalace.
The hotel closed on papace December It had, over the centre, a large dome-light filled with stained and leaded glass and was seated with chairs and tables, which were chiefly occupied for afternoon tea.
The staff annexe building also contained a complete laundry service for all of the Strand hotels in London. Unfortunately, though, we are unable to provide much information about the hotel and its history from the time it opened up until its recent past. The carcasses were brought into the hotel and butchered on site in specially deed production kitchens in the basement of the hotel. However, it is neither a statue, nor the figure of Eros!
The unusual name comes from the word "pickadill" which was a type of stiff collar, fashionable in the 17th century. When opened init was the largest hotel in Europe. The vestibule opened into the reception hall, on the one side of which was a staff RRegents and office, while on the other, was a marble staircase and three passenger lifts serving the various floors.
Historic England palqce considered the interior of the hotel to be one of the most important features of the building. Staff[ edit ] At its peak, the Regent Palace employed over a thousand staff.
The entrance to the hotel was later bought by the Victoria and Albert Museum who preserved it as a ificant piece of period de. on history regentpalacehotel. Rumour has it that if you phoned the concierge desk and asked for an extra pillow a deal could be done. The earliest records that we have show that a Mr Frederichs and Mr Delaloye formed part of the management team responsible for running the hotel.
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Henry Tanner, F. Even the inner rooms had natural light as they opened onto the central court, whose triangular shape prevented direct overlook.
Located near Soho, it was an obvious meeting point for ladies of the night to ply their trade. Beyond, entered through the large swing doors, was the Rotunda Court.
Beyond the bed there was a chair and small table, a closet and the window. Eros has become one of the most famous landmarks in London so expect the area to be busy and bring your camera! There are many anecdotes and stories associated with the hotel from as far pwlace as Australia and America.
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