The boutique Velvet hotel in Manchester is to relaunch with 17 new suites over the August Bank Holiday weekend.
The property, which is owned and operated by KRO Hospitality, has expanded into a neighbouring building at 3 Canal Street to meet guest demand.
The hotel now features 27 bedrooms and 10 suites across four floors, with a redesigned reception area.
New additions include the Signature Velvet Suite, which is decorated in sage green and celebrates the building's heritage as a historic velvet factory.
All the new bedrooms and suites feature super-kingsize beds, smart 65-inch televisions, air conditioner, black-out blinds and bathrooms with walk-in rainfall showers, freestanding baths, underfloor heating and L'Occitane bath products.
The interior design has been led by Eris Koutsoudakis and Maria Kachramanoglou of Meraki Design and includes nods to the past, with all bedrooms featuring black bedside tables shaped like cotton reels. Further detailing has been overseen by local design specialist Tick Interiors.
Kim Eivind Krohn, owner of KRO Hospitality, said: "The success of Velvet demonstrated that we needed more accommodation, with occupancy above 90% yearly.
"When the opportunity arose to purchase the freehold of the neighbouring 3 Canal Street, we knew this would be the perfect way to expand and enhance Velvet hotel, the guest experience and bring the former office building back to life."
The Velvet hotel is also home to the Village Brasserie all-day dining restaurant, which offers a daily lunch menu and offers such as ‘Steak Night Wednesdays'.
KRO Hospitality is also set to open the 32-room Forty-Seven hotel in a former Manchester shipping warehouse later this year.