Plate 74
Hotels on the Alexander estate.

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English Heritage

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Hermione Hobhouse (General Editor)

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1986

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74

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'Plate 74: Hotels on the Alexander estate.', Survey of London: volume 42: Kensington Square to Earl's Court (1986), pp. 74. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=50413 Date accessed: 25 October 2014.


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Hotels on Alexander Estate

a. Bailey's Holtel Gloucester and Courtfield Road, in c. 1905.


a. Bailey's Hotel, Gloucester Road, in c. 1900.

Plate 74a: a. Bailey's Hotel, Gloucester Road, in c. 1900.
Bailey's Holtel Gloucester and Courtfield Road, in c. 1905.

Built by Aldin and Sons, 1874-6. Nos. 144-152 (evan) Gloucester Road on left (pp. 181-2)

b. (above) The London penta Hotel, Cromwell Road, preliminary scheme.


The London Penta Hotel, Cromwell Road, pre liminary scheme, 1968.

Plate 74b: The London Penta Hotel, Cromwell Road, pre liminary scheme, 1968.
The London penta Hotel, Cromwell Road, preliminary scheme.

Richard Seifert and Partners, architects, 1968 (p. 182)

c. (right) The London Forum (previously London Penta) Hotel, Cromwell Road, seen from Grenville Place, 1985.


Nos. 20–26 (even) Harrington Gardens in 1884.

Plate 74c: Nos. 20–26 (even) Harrington Gardens in 1884.
The London Forum (previously London Penta) Hotel, Cromwell Road, seen from Grenville Place, 1985.

Richard Seifert and Partners, architects, 1971-2 (p. 182)