Nadler Hotels set to launch fourth property in London's Victoria
Nadler Hotels, the brand which aims to offer "affordable luxury", is to open its latest property in Victoria, London.
The 73-bedroom Nadler Victoria will open in late autumn 2015 on Palace Street, a stone's throw from Buckingham Palace.
The new hotel will mark the fourth development for the company, which launched in 2006 in Kensington, under the Base2Stay brand.
The company rebranded in 2013 as Nadler Hotels by founder and chief executive Robert Nadler, the same year that the group opened the Nadler Soho. A second hotel launched in Liverpool in 2010.
Blenheim House Construction, the developer of the group's hotels in Liverpool and Soho, is currently working on the restructure of the historic property, situated opposite the Royal Mews, at a cost of £8.1m. The Nadler Victoria will occupy the rear of the building, while the front wing is being refurbished to provide a new contemporary headquarters for Girlguiding, the leading UK charity for girls and young women.
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