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Will there be space for parking?

Do they have room round the back?

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Great news, the city needs more good quality hotels for business and visitors.

 

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17 hours ago, enntee said:

Will there be space for parking?

Do they have room round the back?

The city centre has multiple car parks. Why would the hotel need a specific one?

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1 hour ago, Bargepole23 said:

The city centre has multiple car parks. Why would the hotel need a specific one?

It’s a useful selling point I’d have thought. 

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7 hours ago, tinfoilhat said:

It’s a useful selling point I’d have thought. 

Maybe. Not unusual for a city centre hotel to not offer an on-site car park.

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Will guests be able to take their car to the front/back of the hotel to unload their luggage..............? 

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I wonder if they will be bringing the self-sustainable technology with them? 

Their Frankfurt hotel runs it's own Hydrogen Fuel Cell generator to power & heat the hotel.

IIRC when it was announced they claimed it would save upto 600 tonnes of carbon emissions, which I believe they said was equivalant to 50,000 average cars driving 100km (62 miles)

 

EDIT: I was right: 

 

http://www.energylivenews.com/2017/02/17/e-on-and-radission-blu-to-slash-emissions-overnight/

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On 20/11/2020 at 12:29, Cyclecar said:

Will guests be able to take their car to the front/back of the hotel to unload their luggage..............? 

There will be full taxi & drop-off/pick-up arrangements on Burgess Street - the hotel spans the block.

 

On 19/11/2020 at 14:03, tinfoilhat said:

It’s a useful selling point I’d have thought. 

Useful, perhaps, but not essential, especially for such a central site. Transport statement on the planning app confirms there is no parking included in the proposals themselves, and that they will utilise existing city centre parking, potentially with special arrangements as alchresearch says.

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