Traditional awnings at the Marriott Hotel
This subdued installation of four Traditional awnings have been installed at the elegant Marriott Hotel on the Plaza Parade, Maida Vale. They have been carefully designed and manufactured to fit perfectly within the recesses of the four windows. This installation of traditional awnings shows just how important it is that accurate pre-installation surveys are carried out by an expert surveyor to ensure accurate fitting. The traditional awnings have been completed in an all black finish with the hard wood boxes painted with environmentally safe water based paints and the arms have been powder coated to a hard finish by our in-house powder coating works. The Studio graphic has been applied to the valances through the use of our bespoke RAGS® branding process.
Surrounded by legendary attractions, London Marriott Hotel Maida Vale is a stylish fixture on the North West London cityscape. You can relax in their newly refurbished rooms and suites, offering large walk-in showers, Wi-Fi access and original artwork celebrating the local culture. Experiencing the charm of Maida Vale, the hotel is conveniently connected to the city centre with Wembley Stadium and Lord’s Cricket Ground nearby. Enjoy effortless access to the centre of London as well as being just round the corner from the famous Abbey Road studios.
The Maida Vale name is derived from the pub called The Maida (the hanging board of which used to show a likeness of Sir John Stuart, under which was the legend Sir John Stuart, the hero of Maida). The name referenced General Sir John Stuart, who was made Count of Maida by King Ferdinand IV of Naples and III of Sicily, after the victory at the Battle of Maida in 1806. The pub used to be on Edgware Road near the Regent’s Canal and was there until about 2000. Maida Vale was also associated with the Beatles Abbey Road Studio and the famous photograph of them which was taken on the zebra crossing.