|48 Shepherds Bush Green today|
Location: 48 Shepherds Bush Green, London, England
Opened: Incorporated June 1987
Closed: Dissolved February 1998
Here's the write-up from the Glasgow Herald, July 28, 1989:
Carol conquers the hassle of hotels and the single girl, by opening her own
Fifteen months ago Carol Reeves launched London's first women-only hotel (L42 with breakfast) and already more than a thousand women have passed through the doors, establishing a steady clientele which includes several Glasgow businesswomen.
Situated in West London, with easy access of Heathrow airport, Reeves emphasizes security, good lighting, and an all-female environment. It is, in fact, illegal to ban men under the Sex Discrimination Act, but it would be a very determined one who would insist on accommodation here.
|Carol Reeves (1989)|
Not surprisingly, Reeves Hotel is cited at least once as a feminist meeting space. In March 1990, Feminists Against Censorship held a "discussion day" at Reeves Hotel, which is described as a "women's hotel in London."
It was also regarded as a safe place for lesbians, as it was listed at The Insider's London as "UK’s only women only hotel." Also at her2her, a German lesbian travel site.
Other than the basic legal incorporation information here, that's all I know.