Roomzzz to open Nottingham aparthotel

18 September 2014 by
Roomzzz to open Nottingham aparthotel

Roomzzz has announced the acquisition of its ninth site, the Welbeck hotel in Nottingham.

The aparthotel group is currently running the business as a 96 bedroom hotel, prior to a £3m refurbishment which will convert it to an aparthotel.

Scheduled to reopen in January 2015 as Roomzzz Nottingham City, the aparthotel will include kitchens and living areas, while it will also include penthouse suites.

Mark Walton, head of Roomzzz Aparthotel said: "The heritage of the Welbeck Hotel is an important one in the Nottingham area. We are pleased to have been able to preserve the building's use for accommodation and look forward to reviving the building and consequently the area through our refurbishment process."

"Nottingham is a key area for us - we have been seeking out an opportunity to plug a gap in the marketplace in this area and with this are pleased to raise the bar on Nottingham's accommodation offering as a premier but affordable alternative to hotels with this site."

The purchase of the Welbeck hotel site brings the Roomzzz City count to nine proprieties in total.

It said that in 2015 it planned to open additional sites in Chester, Nottingham, London and Liverpool.

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