Malmaison completes refurbishment at Leeds property

Boutique hotel brand Malmaison had completed the refurbishment of its Leeds property, located in a converted Victorian office block in the Swinegate area.

The work has included the opening of the hotel's new 'Chez Mal' brasserie and bar, which replaced the former restaurant, an upgrade to two private dining areas and a refurbished reception area, with the addition of two lounge areas.

The 100-room property, on the site of the former Leeds City Tramways office, has also upgraded bedrooms with the introduction of new fabrics. 

Paul Roberts, CEO, Malmaison Hotel du Vin, said: "We are delighted to unveil the newly refurbished Malmaison Leeds. With the new Chez Mal bar and brasserie, guests and visitors will experience sumptuous food and drink in stunning settings."

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