Sheraton Grand London Park Lane Hotel

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Sheraton Grand London Park Lane
Park Lane Hotel, Piccadilly - DSC04267.JPG
Sheraton Grand London Park Lane Hotel is located in Central London
Sheraton Grand London Park Lane Hotel
Location within Central London
General information
Location London, England
Coordinates 51°30′17.5″N 0°08′50″W / 51.504861°N 0.14722°W / 51.504861; -0.14722
Opening 1927[1]
Owner Sir Richard Sutton’s Settled Estates
Management Sheraton
Technical details
Floor count 8
Design and construction
Architect Adie, Button and Partners
Developer Sir Bracewell Smith
Other information
Number of rooms 302
Official website

The Sheraton Grand London Park Lane is a 5 Star hotel on Piccadilly, London.

The hotel opened in 1927 as The Park Lane Hotel to designs by architects Adie, Button and Partners,[2] in a grand Art Deco style, and was constructed by the developer Sir Bracewell Smith. The building is a fine example with a mansard roof and Portland stone facade. The building is Grade II listed and has 303 bedrooms on eight floors with the front overlooking Green Park towards Buckingham Palace.

The hotel was bought by ITT Sheraton in April 1996 for $70 million.[3] ITT Sheraton was itself bought by Starwood Hotels in 1998. Starwood sold their leasehold on the hotel to Sir Richard Sutton’s Settled Estates in 2014,[4] but continues to operate the property, under a long-term management contract. Though the hotel was a Sheraton property from 1996 on, it did not actually begin using the Sheraton name for twenty years, until 19 July 2016,[5] when it was renamed Sheraton Grand London Park Lane upon the completion of a major renovation.[6]

The hotel is featured in the films The End of the Affair, The Winds of War and The Golden Compass.

Coordinates: 51°30′17.5″N 0°08′50″W / 51.504861°N 0.14722°W / 51.504861; -0.14722


  1. ^ "The Park Lane Hotel (1927), London | Historic Hotels of the World-Then&Now". Retrieved 2016-11-26.
  2. ^ Christopher Hibbert; Ben Weinreb (2008). The London Encyclopaedia. Macmillan. p. 625. ISBN 978-1-4050-4924-5. Retrieved 5 August 2015.
  3. ^ "London's Park Lane Showcases Restored Art Deco Ballroom". Travel Weekly. 1997-02-06. Retrieved 2016-11-26.
  4. ^ "Starwood Hotels Sells Its Interest in The Park Lane Hotel London". 2014-05-13. Retrieved 2016-11-26.
  5. ^ "Facebook". Facebook. Retrieved 2016-11-26.
  6. ^ "Starwood to rebrand Park Lane hotel under Sheraton Grand portfolio - Business Traveller – The leading magazine for frequent flyers". 2016-05-26. Retrieved 2016-11-26.
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