Local hotelier and pub owner buys central London hotel

30 November 2006
Local hotelier and pub owner buys central London hotel

Patrick O'Connor is the new owner of the Cecil Court hotel near London's Hyde Park.

O'Connor has owned a number of hotels in the Earls Court area in the past and currently owns the O'Callaghan's Youth Hostel on Earls Court Road along with a number of pubs in the vicinity, including the Royal Exchange in Paddington.

The single mid-terrace period townhouse offers 13 bedrooms (eight en-suite), a dining room and a roof terrace. It has the potential to add three extra rooms, subject to planning permission.

The London office of Christie + Co sold the freehold off a guide price of £1.5m.

By Angela Frewin

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