Another of the worlds top hotels chooses Evolution Voice from Fourteen IP
The Ned connects with Evolution Voice
Fourteen IP is delighted to welcome The Ned to the ever growing number of hotels that are adopting the Evolution Voice Cloud Telephony Services for hotels.
Set in the former Midland Bank building in the heart of the City, The Ned was designed by Sir Edwin ‘Ned’ Lutyens in 1924. The heritage building hosts nine restaurants, 252 bedrooms channeling 1920s and 1930s design, a range of men’s and women’s grooming services and a members’ club.
The Ned has a range of IP and analogue sets across all 252 guest rooms, nine restaurants and all front and back of house areas, all connected to Evolution Voice and all linked to their PMS system and mobile telephony.
Formerly the headquarters of HSBC, 27 Poultry in the City Of London stood empty for over a decade, after the bank exited for Canary Wharf. In the past, the Grade I-listed building’s 92 African verdite columns and several hundred banking counters proved too daunting to build around. But with the help of billionaire investor Ron Burkle, chief executive of Soho House Nick Jones has transformed this eleven-storey building into a spectacular hotel, named The Ned after the bank’s architect, Sir Edwin “Ned” Lutyens. The 3,000 sq m former bank retail floor now hosts nine restaurants catering for 850 diners, each with its own theme
Images inside and outside of The Ned…