Park Plaza Hotel Leeds
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|Park Plaza Hotel|
|Antenna spire||82 metres (269 ft)|
|Roof||77 metres (253 ft)|
Park Plaza Hotel Leeds (also known as Royal Exchange House) is a tower block in Leeds, West Yorkshire, England. It is situated in central Leeds on Leeds City Square near Leeds railway station. The tower was completed in 1966 after construction began in 1965 and was then an office block. It was reclad in 2004 to host the four star Park Plaza Hotel.
It has a roof height of 77m and 20 floors. It was Leeds' tallest building for seven years from 1966 to 1973, when it was succeeded by West Riding House.
The hotel is particularly convenient for Leeds railway station, being situated directly opposite it, overlooking The Queen's Hotel, and for the financial district of Leeds city centre being situated right on the Leeds city centre loop.
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