Hilton has completed refurbishment works on its Nottingham city centre property.
The 176-room Hilton Nottingham is located on Milton Street next to the city’s Victoria shopping centre, and has been undergoing a £6.5 million renovation programme since the start of the pandemic.
All guest rooms and corridors have been refurbished, with the addition of air-conditioning and noise insulation.
Bathrooms have been updated, and rooms now feature “bespoke Nottingham City artwork”.
The refurbished rooms join the hotel’s revamped lobby area, which was completed during the pandemic.
Other facilities at the property include an indoor pool, fitness centre, sauna, all day dining Bric Bar and Kitchen, and seven meeting spaces accommodating up to 200 guests.
The hotel dates back to 1903, and was originally called Victoria Station Hotel, after the adjacent (and long since demolished) rail station.
Commenting on the news Sue Cave, general manager, Hilton Nottingham, said:
“We are thrilled to present this stunning and modernised hotel to our guests. I feel honoured to have been a part of this amazing renovation project and thank all our local residents, team, and customers for their patience throughout.
“It has certainly been worth the wait and we look forward to welcoming guests to experience this brand new offering and continuing to deliver our signature, first class hospitality at Hilton Nottingham.”