In the early 1960’s a block of period houses in southern Mayfair were demolished to make way for the `Marmite` of Mayfair buildings – The Hilton Park Lane, which opened in 1963 at a cost of £8 million and at the time the tallest multi-storey building in London.

Hilton Refurbishment

Today, London & Regional Properties have logged a planning application for the facelift of the building after nearly 60 years to create a large new garden at the rear, new re-modelled public space at the front of the hotel to create “a tranquil oasis off Park Lane” and the most exciting vision of all; the creation of private residences on the upper floors of the building with views straight into the gardens of Buckingham Palace and all over Mayfair and central London.

http://www.lrparklaneplans.co.uk/pdf/Park-Lane-Plans.pdf 

If you want to experience the view as a preview – book into Galvin at Windows Restaurant & Bar on the 27th floor.
http://www.galvinatwindows.com/