Lancaster Gate Hotel, London
Originally named Lancaster Gallery, Lancaster Gate Hotel was built in the 1850s in English Baroque style with French mannerist touches. The 1920s saw it divided into flats and hotel rooms, and the introduction of Art Deco interiors. Lancaster Gate Hotel has been stripped back to reveal its multi-layered history in a state of arrested decay, serving as the perfect backdrop for stills and filming. London Borough of Westminster.
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