|Chiswick Moran Hotel Expansion Plans Revealed|
More than 80 bedrooms and conference hall planned
The Chiswick Moran hotel has embarked on a £20 million expansion to create 81 new bedrooms and a 300 capacity conference room.
Work has started on the development which will consist of a four-storey building with two basement levels fronting onto Power Road.
A single-storey link will provide access to the existing hotel, which has 123 bedrooms.The plan also contains scope for sixteen extra meeting rooms, and an underground car-park with capacity for 90 cars.
A view of the planned extension on Power road
Work has already commenced on demolishing warehouse buildings and a car-storage unit at the rear of the hotel. Architects Project Orange, the company which designed the hotel, which opened in 2006 on the Chiswick High Road, have been appointed to oversee the development.
A rear view of the extension
The hotel is owned by parent company Moran Hotel Group, which has a number of hotels in Ireland, and another establishment, the Crown Moran Hotel, in Cricklewood.
The general manager Josh Cameron said they were “ very excited” about the plans. It is expected that around 80 jobs will be created locally.
The hotel has benefited from its proximity to the Chiswick Business Park, and is also popular with rugby teams and supporters.
There is no completion date yet for the project.
October 27, 2012