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Bromsgrove hotel is put for sale for £3.95 million
3:20pm Friday 17th January 2014 in Local
A BROMSGROVE hotel has been put for sale after the company running operations went into operation.
The Holiday Inn, in Kidderminster Road, has been put on the market for a price of £3.95 million.
The four star hotel features 110 rooms and 10 functional rooms, with the Revive Health Club and Spa based at the facility.
Pederson (Bromsgrove) Limited ran the facility, operating a franchise under the InterContinental Hotels Group.
But Pederson was placed into administration last October, with David Oprey, Richard Toone and Adrian Hyde appointed joint administrators.
The hotel, which was called the Hanover International Hotel before becoming the Holiday Inn, is being marketed by property adviser Christie and Co as a well-invested, purpose built hotel with extensive leisure, meeting and conference facilities.
Gavin Wright, Christie and Co’s director of hotels, said: “Opportunities such as the Holiday Inn Bromsgrove are limited.
"Situated in the busy Midlands hotel market, close to the main motorway network, this high profile hotel is certain to generate significant interest.”
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