130 Queen’s Gate History

Some of the ground bought by the Commissioners of the Great Exhibition was sold off to property developers and in 1866 a planning application was made for a neo-classical style townhouse at 130 Queen’s Gate.
Built by William Douglas, the property largely stood empty until the 1880s. A slump in the housing market at the time was blamed for the slow take-up of the townhouses. In the early 1870s optimism returned and in its hey-day the area became a stronghold of the upper classes.

The first registered occupant of the property was Edward Fairfax Studd, a Captain in the Royal Field Artillery and Justice of the Peace, who also wrote a book on the Law of Tithes and Tithe Rent-Charge which is still available from Amazon today. For much of the time before 1900 most of the properties were lived in by the servants of landlords who lived outside of London.

From the turn of the 20th Century, 130 Queen’s Gate has been used as boarding houses, hotels or apartments. In December 2008 the current owners started major refurbishments, opening for business in September 2010.

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At One Thirty Properties, we are committed to maintaining the trust and confidence of our visitors to our web site. We want you to know that we never share email lists or your data with other companies for marketing purposes. In this Privacy Policy, we provide information detailing why we collect your personal information and how we use it. We also outline the limited conditions under which we may disclose it to others and how we keep it secure.

Access to your personal information
We do not sell personal details to third parties for any purpose nor will we share your personal data from 25th May 2018 with any other organisations or promoters that have not been named in our privacy policy for their own marketing communications.

Changes to this Privacy Notice
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personal information about you which we ask you for (e.g. your name, address, and email address) when you make a booking from our website or over the telephone;
a. financial details in order to process your reservation where a hotel requires pre-payment;
b. details of transactions you carry out through our website and details of the fulfilment of your orders.
We may only collect and process personal data collected and/or processed on behalf of a hotel in accordance with that hotel’s instructions. We cannot process it in any other way or for any other purpose.

You should refer to the hotel’s privacy and data protection policy for details of how they protect, and how they require us to protect, your personal information.
We are permitted by the hotel:
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· to use your information for marketing purposes (where you agree to this); and
· to pre-complete forms and other details on our website to make your next visit to our website easier (eg when amending or cancelling a booking).

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