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Lace Market Hotel opens doors in spectacular style

Lace Market Hotel, Nottingham

Nottingham’s historic Lace Market Hotel is off to a roaring start since it officially reopened its doors this month.

The return of the Hotel has been celebrated widely across Nottingham and welcomed with great affection amongst visitors to the city, residents and the business community.

Dignitaries including Cllr Mohammed Saghir, Sheriff of Nottingham and Lord Mayor, Cllr Jackie Morris, have joined over 100 guests from across the city, who have already paid a visit to review the new restaurant, bar and accommodation.

Christmas menus, full of festive favourites and devised by Nottingham born Head Chef, Ben Chaplin, will launch in Merchants Restaurant and the Cock & Hoop pub on Saturday 14th November. Saint Bar’s new cocktail menu is also now available, with exclusive creations from award winning mixologist, James Vyse, including the Makewell Tart and Popcorn Martini.

General Manager, Denny Keane, who has held positions in some of the world’s most renowned five star hotels, said: “We really do have something special and unique to offer here at Lace Market Hotel and the response and support we’ve had has been phenomenal. This building holds such a special place in the hearts of so many people here in Nottingham. Now’s the exciting part! We’re looking forward to a successful Christmas and to starting the New Year as we mean to go on – with quality at the heart of everything we do.”

Making the most of its unique and distinct architecture, the hotel is comprised of 42 individually styled rooms and suites and a function room which services up to 22 people for meetings or private dining occasions. Standard room amenities include flat screen HD LCD TV, high speed Wi-Fi, minibar and refreshment counter, and en-suite bathrooms, while superior rooms and suites feature original fireplaces, free-standing bathtubs, artworks and period interior designs.

For more information about the Christmas and New Year’s Eve offers, contact Lace Market Hotel on 0115 948 4414. Visit the website www.lacemarkethotel.co.uk and follow Lace Market Hotel on Twitter @LaceMarketHotel.

Posted on 19 November 2015

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