Great Western Hotel, London

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The Great Western Hotel, now known as the Hilton London Paddington, is a hotel that forms part of the Paddington station complex in London, England. The hotel was built on Praed Street in 185154 to a design by architect Philip Charles Hardwick, and effectively forms the main facade of the station. Philip Charles Hardwick was the son of eminent architect, Philip Hardwick (1792-1870) who was the designer of the famous Euston Arch at Euston railway station.

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Great Western Hotel, London

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