Plans for Grade I-listed 'In and Out' to become a hotel
Plans were submitted this week to turn the Grade I-listed Naval and Military Club in Mayfair into a 246-bedroom, five-star hotel. The £150 million project by hm2, a Harper Mackay subsidiary , will include 11 flats. The building's Palladian facades will remain almost untouched, said developer Duke of Saxony Enterprises. Courtyards and glazed corridors will bring light into the plan.
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