Prestige Hotels considers sale of Chesterfield Hotel after building work gets complex


Chesterfield Hotel could be sold again, less than a year after its current owners Prestige Hotels snapped up the property.

The historic property in Derbyshire was bought by the group in April this year and has so far spent £118k on repair and refurbishment work.

However, a spokesperson from Prestige Hotels told the Derbyshire Times that there were ‘a couple of hoteliers interested in taking it off our hands’, and said that by next Easter a conclusion would be met.

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There are currently 12 guests staying at rooms at the property, which shut in 2015 when the previous owners went bust.

Last week, the occupants had to temporary leave the 140-year-old building after firefighters identified concerns, but have since returned after issues were rectified.

The hotel opened in 1877 and was bought by Prestige Hotels in April of this year for £900k.

Not much has been reported about its owners, but the business is owned by Thilliampalam Selvakumar, Sundeep Khiroya, Dipak Chauhan and Raja Bhupendra – and a firm called Krishen Company Limited.

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