University of Sheffield halls of residence is now new boutique hotel

09 October 2013 by
University of Sheffield halls of residence is now new boutique hotel

A former University of Sheffield hall of residence is to reopen as a boutique conference hotel after undergoing a £1.8m refurbishment.

The Halifax Hall Hotel, in the University's quiet Enddliffe Village, has partnered with South Yorkshire "sleep expert" retail company to help guests get a better night's sleep.

We Love Sleep will provide beds, mattresses, cooling alpaca pillows and duvets, pillow sprays, eye masks, light therapy boxes and eye masks in each of the rooms.

The hotel is one of only a few conference, boutique-style hotels in Sheffield, and has numerous meeting and event spaces for up to 120 people.

The hotel's general manager Paul Foster, formerly a manager at Snoozebox Portable Hotels and Manchester United, said: "We want the hotel to become one of Sheffield's finest corporate and leisure venues and this means providing something unique that will give a top quality experience."

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