Building    From 1991 

Lanesborough Hotel

Categories: Commerce

A 5 star hotel, reputedly the most expensive in London. In 2011 the highest rate was £14,000 per night. Each guest is allocated a 24 hour butler.

Credit for this entry to: Alan Patient of www.plaquesoflondon.co.uk

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Lanesborough Hotel

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St George's Hospital - 1

There is no indication as to who erected the plaque, but the fulsome descript...

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St George's Hospital - 2

St George’s Hospital was established on this site in 1733 in a country home b...

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Neckinger Mills, Bermondsey

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Samuel Bourne Bevington

Samuel Bourne Bevington

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Robert Horner

Robert Horner

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British Empire League

British Empire League

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