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Three Big Sleep hotels owned by Compass Hospitality rebrand as Citrus

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Three properties in the UK previously branded under The Big Sleep umbrella are to be remarketed as Citrus Hotels.

The Big Sleep in Cheltenham, Cardiff and Eastbourne are each to be rebranded as Citrus properties, a boutique-brand owned by Thailand-based Compass Hospitality.

Once completed in February, they will join the Citrus Hotel in Coventry, which was the debut branded property to launch in the UK last year.

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The 83-bed Cardiff hotel has already been transformed, following a £1.2m investment into its facilities, while the 60-bed Citrus Hotel in Cheltenham is in the midst of a refurbishment and the 50-bed Citrus Hotel in Eastbourne also boasts a new look.

Compass Hospitality is a Bangkok-based company whose hotels are chiefly located in Southeast Asia. However, the group is rapidly expanding their UK offering, both within and without the Citrus banner.

There are currently 15 hotels in operation under the Citrus Hotels brand, across Thailand, Malaysia and now the UK.

 

 

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