42 The Calls (Hotel)

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42 The Calls
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General information
Location 42 The Calls, Leeds, England
Opening 1991
Owner Eton Collection
Other information
Number of rooms 41
Official website

42 The Calls is a 4-star hotel with 41 rooms. The hotel is located in Leeds opposite Leeds Parish Church and near to Leeds Corn Exchange. A former corn mill, the 18th century Fletland Mill was bought by hotelier Jonathan Wix in 1991 and renovated at a cost of £19.5 million.[1] In 2007 The Eton Collection took over the management of the hotel.[2]


The hotel has been awarded Condé Nast Traveller Best Business Hotel in the UK 2001 and 2002 and Which? Business Hotel of the Year 1999.


  1. ^ Alan Ruddock (6 May 2001). "How my office was turned into a five-star bedroom". The Guardian. Retrieved 6 May 2001. 
  2. ^ Sunday Times (13 August 2007). "Eton hotels sold to Middle East hotel group". Sunday Times. Retrieved 13 August 2007. 

External links

  • Official website

Coordinates: 53°47′42″N 1°32′21″W / 53.79500°N 1.53917°W / 53.79500; -1.53917

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