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Hallmark Hotel the Queen, Chester for sale for £36m

31 March 2017 by
Hallmark Hotel the Queen, Chester for sale for £36m

Hallmark Hotel the Queen, Chester has been put up for sale seeking offers in excess of £36m.

The four-AA-star property, located directly opposite Chester train station, is available free and clear of existing brand and management and offers extensive asset management and consented development opportunities.

The hotel's 218 bedrooms are split across two interconnected buildings: the Queen, the original Grade II-listed property with 131 bedrooms, and the Kings, a former office now housing the remaining 87 bedrooms.

The hotel was one of eight former Best Western hotels and the flagship hotel of the former Feathers Hotel Group, which was swallowed up by Hallmark Hotels, both of which were owned by private investment company Topland Group.

"Hallmark Hotel the Queen Chester offers fantastic value enhancement and asset management opportunities to generate further revenue and profit for the business, some of which the owners are currently implementing and others which have the benefit of planning permission."

Feathers Hotels merge into Hallmark portfolio >>

Topland acquires Feathers Group of eight hotels >>

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