Melia White House London
Melia White House, is a grade II listed building and was constructed as serviced flats and is now in use as a 548 bed Hotel. It was built in 1936 and designed by Robert Atkinson, constructed with a steel frame clad in pale cream faience tiles, the tiles are slightly darker to the ground floor and have banding between each floor level. It has a star shaped plan to ensure optimum light and ventilation without lightwells.
The Melia Hotel International Group instructed M+P to refurbish the existing level restaurant and meeting rooms facilities on the ground floor and the refurbishment and change of use of the existing rear terrace.
- conversion of the existing restaurant to provide conference facilities; including removal of existing partitions walls and installation of new walls;
- removal and installation of new partition walls to reconfigure the entrance/reception, restaurant and business centre;
installation of a new terrace area fronting Osnaburgh Street to be used in connection with the existing restaurant.
Feasibility for total refurbishment expansion of the hotel, to include additional floors and extensions to the existing listed building.
Ground floor front of house reception and restaurant refurbishment
Client: The Melia Hotel International Group
Date completed: In construction
Architect & Interior Designer: Mackay + Partners