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. 

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