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Montpellier Chapter Cheltenham to become a Malmaison

03 May 2016 by
Montpellier Chapter Cheltenham to become a Malmaison

The 60-bedroom Montpellier Chapter in Cheltenham is to be rebranded as a Malmaison hotel.

The property is the third hotel to be rebadged following the £36.1m acquisition from Hong Kong-based Swire properties of a portfolio of four hotels by Frasers Hospitality, the owner of Malmaison and sister brand Hotel du Vin, in December 2015.

In Brighton, the 71-bedroom Hotel Seattle has already joined the Malmaison group, while the 59-bedroom Magdalen Chapter in Exeter has become a Hotel du Vin property.

This leaves just the 57-bedroom Avon Gorge hotel in Bristol to be rebranded. With a Hotel du Vin already in the city, it is likely that the Avon Gorge will become a Malmaison hotel.

Scott Harper, chief operating office at Malmaison said, "The Montpellier Chapter is full of character, and we are extremely excited to be bringing the Malmaison brand to this iconic hotel. Cheltenham is a beautiful and atmospheric city in the West Country - the perfect location to introduce the Malmaison brand."

Malmasion now has 15 hotels, while Hotel du Vin has 17 properties.


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