Malmaison Leeds marks the end of extensive refurbishment


Malmaison in Leeds has announced the completion of its extensive refurbishment that saw its bar, brasserie and reception area renovated.

The converted Victorian office block in the city’s Swinegate area has now unveiled its new ‘Chez Mal’ bar and brasserie, which replaces the existing restaurant at the boutique.

The changes mark the beginning of a multi-million pound investment into the brand’s iconic Yorkshire hotels.

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Within Malmaison Leeds, the new bar boasts a wider selection of cocktails, in a new setting complete with low hanging bulbs, exposed brick, natural wood finishes and leather banquette seating.

There is also a new food menu and the hotel’s two private dining areas have also been upgraded.

The lobby area now has new marble flooring and guests can choose to relax in two new lounges.

New fabrics have also been introduced in the bedrooms, to complement Malmaison’s dark and edgy colour scheme.

Now Malmaison Leeds is complete, plans are underway to bring similar levels of investment to the group’s Hotel du Vin properties in York and Harrogate.

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. We are hugely proud of what we have to offer those coming to Malmaison Leeds and excited about our multi million pound refurbishment programme that will extend throughout our properties in Yorkshire. We have always been, and remain, big fans of the county.”