Marston’s submits plans for renovation of historic Hull hotel


Marston’s has submitted a planning application to transform its hotel in Hull into a stylish, modern property at the heart of the city.

The Kingston Hotel dates back to 1870 and could be given a refresh if the proposal is given the go ahead when the council give a decision on the project in April.

Its owners want to give the hotel’s interiors a complete makeover, to ‘improve the flow without damaging the feel of the building’.

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The building itself is Grade-II listed and has a Victorian heritage.

The project will involve taking out the bar, refitting it and extending it to a new position, and redecorating the pub, with new flooring and a new entrance.

Marston’s said the design has been created to ‘refresh and enhance the existing site’, without changing the feel of the building, but after years of ‘wear and tear’ the interior is in need of a freshen up.

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