• Mackenzie Wheeler Architects - Projects - Hotels and Spas - The Landmark London
  • Mackenzie Wheeler Architects - Projects - Hotels and Spas - The Landmark London
  • Mackenzie Wheeler Architects - Projects - Hotels and Spas - The Landmark London
  • Mackenzie Wheeler Architects - Projects - Hotels and Spas - The Landmark London
  • Mackenzie Wheeler Architects - Projects - Hotels and Spas - The Landmark London
  • Mackenzie Wheeler Architects - Projects - Hotels and Spas - The Landmark London

The Landmark
Marylebone, London

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Client
S’ International

Location
Marylebone, London

Date Completed
1991

Contract Period
3 years

Contract Sum
£70 million

Services Provided
Architectural Design on a consultancy basis

The Great Central Hotel of 1899 by Sir Robert Edis, requisitioned as a wartime hospital and subsequently Railway Board offices, suffered from alteration and neglect from the late 1960’s.

 

Mackenzie Wheeler Architects were appointed by S’International to assist with designs for this Grade 2 Listed Building, the development features a central atrium in the former carriage hall courtyard and a new ring of accommodation to upper levels, providing a total of 308 guestrooms and suites; possibly the first London hotel to adopt bathroom pod technology. With careful restoration of existing public rooms the scheme re-instates the original grandeur of this important terminus hotel.