The Grade I-listed Francis Hotel dates back to 1728, originally designed by John Wood, the Elder, as six separate townhouses facing on to Queens Square. We worked with Houseman Henderson Architects on a head-to-toe refit to accommodate an MGalley hotel.
This involved sensitive restoration of the Bath stone façade, and an interior transformation: a new Raymond Blanc restaurant, new lift shaft, and new communal spaces. We also acted for the owners on a Licence to Alter application that enabled the restaurant work.
Now, visitors can relax in true Regency style.
Bringing ultimate luxury to the heart of London
The Brewery Centre in Cheltenham is being extended to house a 104 bed hotel.
Improving local facilities for both club members and the wider community
New brewpub from disused railway arches