The 70-bedroom Great Victoria hotel in Bradford has been sold to the Gainford Group off an asking price of £2.1m after the original owner, Tomahawk Hotels, went into administration in 2010.
Located in the heart of the city opposite Bradford Interchange train and bus station, the Grade II-listed Victorian property was originally built as a railway hotel in 1867. It has undergone extensive refurbishment and boasts individually styled bedrooms and suites, as well as a restaurant, bar and gym facilities.
Hugh Anderson, partner at Edward Symmons, which has now successfully marketed and sold all three former Tomahawk Hotels, said: "The sale price achieved reflects the quality of the asset and the continued demand for good quality regional hotels in the market."
By Janet Harmer
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