Three London hotels to be temporarily converted into coronavirus isolation centre

Holiday Inn Heathrow Ariel, Holiday Inn Brent Cross ve Crown Plaza Stockley hotels in London are temporarily converted into isolation centres to accommodate patients who are recovering from coronavirus.

Construction company Interserve has been appointed by the Department For Health&Social Care of the UK to convert the Holiday Inn Heathrow Ariel Hotel, which has been block booked for use as an isolation and quarantine facility should it be required. It will be used for international visitors to the UK who develop coronavirus symptoms, and for English who have returned to England. Interserve also says it is converting the Holiday Inn Brent Cross, and the Crown Plaza Stockley hotel into isolation units. The company adds that it has already converted two other facilities into isolation units on behalf of NHS: Arrowe Park Hospital and hotel and conference centre at Kents Hill Park. These two places were used to quarantine British citizens who were evacuated from Wuhan, in China.