The Crowne Plaza Hotel in Shoreditch - previously operated by Hotel St. Gregory Limited, which fell into administration in May - is being marketed with a guide price of £80m for the freehold. Colliers International has been appointed by administrators and LPA Receivers Malcolm Shierson and Martin Ellis of Grant Thornton LLP to sell the hotel. The hotel, which is seven minute’s walk from Liverpool Street station, has 196 bedrooms, 11 conference suites and two bars, in addition to a rooftop restaurant. It has a part-constructed extension for 68 rooms and a 4,000 sq ft restaurant, which is likely to be completed by the end of 2011, according to Colliers. There are parking facilities on site. “The additional rooms will be compliant with the Crowne Plaza brand standard,” the agent said,. Colliers International director Colin Hall said: “This hotel enjoys strong corporate trade both in rooms and conferencing. London continues to show a consistently solid performance with a rolling diary of events and a growing and vibrant corporate demand. “Rarely does the opportunity arise in London to buy a genuine four star standard freehold hotel at circa £300,000 per bedroom and we are expecting strong demand from a wide range of buyers.”