Colonnade Hotel Tourist attraction in London, United Kingdom

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Map gps coordinates: 51.524167, -0.184722
Address: 1 Castellain Rd, London W9 1ER, UK

This off-white hotel looks a decent hotel to be visited. The 4-star hotel has become an English heritage being the birthplace of the father of computer science, Alan Turing.


The greatest mathematician Alan Turing was born in the Colonnade Hotel in 1912 situated near Warwick Avenue Underground station and Little Venice. This 4-star hotel has 43 rooms including 3 suites. The hotel was formerly known as The Esplanade hotel. Starting as a private Victorian residence in 1865, it was changed in nature as a boarding school in 1880. Maintaining its tradition in 1886, once again it changed its nature and became a hospital named Warrington Lodge Medical and Surgery Home for Ladies.

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