New lease of life for historic Lancaster hotel

New lease of life for historic Lancaster hotel

A former popular Lancaster bar and nightclub is set to undergo a major transformation and reopen to guests.Plans have been submitted to Lancaster City Council for the 10,614 sqft Grade II Listed building in Penny Street, which closed in 2015, to undergo a complete revamp and open its doors as a new venue for a bar and hotel. The three-storey Alexandra Hotel was originally built in 1902 and more recently was known to many as the former Revolution Bar. It later became The Catholic Social Club, a popular venue for LGBTQ discos until 1976. The iconic building in the heart of the city has remained closed for the past six years. 

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