Boutique Sheffield hotel goes on the market

In the north of England, the Leopold Hotel, which opened in 2007 in Sheffield's city center, has been put on the market by its private investor owners, who bought the building eight years ago.

It is being marketed by Colliers International and Bilfinger GVA, who are seeking "substantial offers" for the long leasehold interest.

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“The Leopold Hotel is Sheffield’s only four-star boutique hotel, and attracts business from Sheffield’s corporate market, together with tourist and function related business," Julian Troup, head of UK hotels agency at agent Colliers International, told the Yorkshire Post. “The hotel has the potential to be branded, which could enable a purchaser to enhance the earnings and profitability of the business.”

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