Eastbourne hotel sells for nearly £2m

03 August 2005
Eastbourne hotel sells for nearly £2m

The Langham Hotel in Eastbourne has sold for close to a whopping £1,950,000 for the leasehold interest. The property, which dates back to 1884, features 85 en suite letting bedrooms and an executive suite, two guest lounges, a restaurant with 160 covers, an Art Deco sun lounge and dining area with capacity for 110 people, plus a two-bedroom manager's flat, and eight staff rooms. New owner, Neil Kirby, is the former general manager of London's Grosvenor Hotel. The agent was Christie and Co, on behalf of Julian Martyr.

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