Corinthia Hotel Residences, 10 Whitehall Place, London, United Kingdom
Corinthia Hotel Residences, 10 Whitehall Place
This grand building previously owned by the United Kingdom’s Crown Estate is now the prestigious setting for a unique collection of private residences. Situated near the River Thames, Ministries of State and the official home of the British Prime Minister, 10 Whitehall Place offers a lifestyle designed for the world’s most discerning residents.
10 Whitehall Place was built in 1914 as a grand Italianate government building for the Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food.
It was from this building that Winston Churchill announced rationing during WWII, Margaret Thatcher conducted her ‘cod wars’ with Iceland and Edwina Currie caused controversy in 1988 over salmonella in eggs.
World-class designers and craftsmen have created eleven palatial apartments and a magnificent penthouse.
Along with the prestigious address, voluminous space and uncompromising quality, the residences also offer access to a spa, restaurants and 24/7 room service.
10 Whitehall Place boasts some of the most luxurious living facilities in the capital, together with one of London’s greatest locations. Apartments range from 300sqm to the stunning 1000sqm penthouse – with a further 300sqm terrace complete with breathtaking London views.
Situated near the Prime Minister’s official home Vision of world-class designers and craftsmen Eleven palatial apartments with one penthouse Access to luxury spa and restaurants 24/7 room service
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