The Lace Market Hotel in Nottingham is bidding to add another 24 bedrooms to its inventory after submitting a planning application for an extension.
The hotel in High Pavement is looking to construct a three to four-storey extension to create the new bedrooms to operate alongside the rooms set across the property’s three Grade-II listed townhouses.
If given the green light by Nottingham City Council, Lace Market Hotel would boast a total of 66 bedrooms.
The designs have been drawn up by Manchester-based Darling Associates.
A statement submitted to the council on behalf of the applicant said: “The proposals will enhance a currently under used area to the rear of the building.
“The bedrooms proposed internally maximise the space without compromising the listed building.
“The proposals will make the building a more commercially viable proposition which will in turn ensure that the upkeep of the building fabric will stand a greater chance of being preserved intact for future generations to appreciate.”
Lace Market Hotel is operated by Compass Hospitality. Alongside its 42 bedrooms, the hotel comprises F&B space such as Saint Bar, Cock and Hoop Ale House and dining room, Supper.