The 34-bedroom New Ellington hotel, which relaunched in Leeds five years ago following an 18-month refurbishment, has been put on the market for £2.5m.
Featuring an art deco-inspired design, the hotel is being sold by the Royal Bank of Scotland as part of the bank's wider plan to offload its extensive hospitality portfolio. The hotel is currently operated by Bespoke Hotels.
Julian Troup, head of UK hotels, Colliers International, which is marketing the property, said it was not often that hotels in the centre of Leeds came on the market.
"Leeds city centre is set to be transformed over the coming months and years as plans for the former Yorkshire Post newspaper site come to fruition - the new mixed-use scheme will act as a gateway to the city centre and the New Ellington hotel can only benefit from its close proximity to such a transformational scheme for the city," he said.
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