Thai-based Compass Hospitality Group has signed its eighth hotel in the UK after taking over the management of the 72-bedroom Victoria hotel in Chadderton, Oldham.
The 19th century Victorian styled hotel also features Mr Brown's restaurant, a lounge, function rooms and landscaped gardens for outdoor events.
It has been jointly acquired by Compass Hospitality and Singapore-based Seacare Hospitality. Both companies also partnered in the acquisition of the Big Sleep's three hotels in Cardiff, Cheltenham and Eastbourne in August last year.
The property is also a popular wedding venue, which can accommodate up to 200 guests.
Harmil Singh, president and CEO, Compass Hospitality Group, said: "Within 10 months of our entry into the UK market, we now have eight hotels under management in the UK. The Victoria hotel marks an important milestone and we intend to build on our market presence here."
Compass Hospitality Group's first entry into the UK market was in April 2015, having secured the management of the Lion hotel in Shrewsbury and the White Swan in Halifax. Since then, the UK portfolio has expanded to include the Big Sleep Hotels portfolio in Cardiff, Cheltenham and Eastbourne, the Lace Market hotel in Nottingham and the Hawkwell House hotel in Oxford, which the firm took over earlier this month.
It also has a portfolio of 33 hotels in Thailand, Malaysia and Singapore.
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