Lowe’s Grand Hotel

The first family hotel, Lowe’s Grand Hotel opened on King Street, Covent Garden, London, England on January 1774 by David Low. The hotel was a temporary residence that catered to families unlike inns that were eating and drinking establishments.

Date:
      January, 1774
Name(s):
      Low Grand Hotel
Occupation:
      Proprietor
Location:
      London, England

Additional Information:

  • The First Grand Hotel | Famoushotels.org
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  • London’s Most Historic Hotels | Londonist
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  • The Covent Garden Hotel: Boutique Hotel in London
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