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Queens Hotel

 

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  • The Queen's Hotel is one of the final of the great hotels built to service railway stations.
  • Art deco in style, it shares the same architects as the famous Dorchester Hotel in London.
  • Clad in Portland Stone it had many features that were revolutionary at the time including most unusually, "filtered air". These days we call it air conditioning. It was also the first hotel in Britain to have an en suite with every single bedroom.
  • The renovation in 2005 cost a reported 10 million to do.

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Architect
William Curtiss Green
William Hamlyn
Developer
London, Midland and Scottish Railway
Renovation Architect
EPR Architects

Reference Data

Reference No.
616
First Uploaded
19-02-2006
Last Editorial Date
30-07-2009
 

Building Location

Address
City Square, Leeds. LS1 1PJ
Council
Leeds City Council
County
West Yorkshire
Region
Yorkshire and Humber
Country
United Kingdom

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Building Specification

Status
Complete
Completion date
1937
Renovation Date
2005
Style
Art Deco

Roof Height (AGL)
40.00 *

Total Floors (O.G)
10

Market Data

Primary Use
Hotel

Hotel Rooms
217

Construction Cost
£500,000.00
Budget Date
1937

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* Estimated Height