The Ned Hotel


This historical building was originally housed by the Midland Bank but was transformed into a retro 1920-1930’s themed hotel next to the financial district in central London.

Lavish interiors are spread across every surface, from four poster beds, crystal chandeliers to pattered mahogany tables, it oozes class and exquisite tastes.

There are 252 rooms within the Grade I listed building, across 11 storeys – including an exclusive jazz bar, roof top garden views, a spa and gym with a full sized boxing ring and not forgetting the eight restaurants and multitude of .

Original features have been kept such as 3,000 safety boxes within the underground ‘members only’ club, the cashier’s desks for the bank clerks which are now manned by reception staff and structural features such as the columns throughout the building and signage will remain to keep its charm.

Compco installed the sprinkler system including tanks and pumps and also dry risers throughout the building at a contract cost of £928,250. We started on this build in April 2015 and completed in October 2016.






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