42 The Calls

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42 The Calls Hotel
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General information
Location 42 The Calls, Leeds, LS2 7EW, England
Coordinates 53°47′40.9″N 1°32′17.3″W / 53.794694°N 1.538139°W / 53.794694; -1.538139Coordinates: 53°47′40.9″N 1°32′17.3″W / 53.794694°N 1.538139°W / 53.794694; -1.538139
Opening 1991
Owner 42 The Calls Hotel Limited
Technical details
Floor count 6
Other information
Number of rooms 41
Website
Official Website

42 The Calls Hotel 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 February 2018 the hotel entered liquidation,[2] and RSM Restructuring Advisory LLP were appointed as liquidators of the company following a court order issued on January 17th 2018, and a petition by HMRC.[2]

The hotel was acquired by local investor Simon Pollard in April 2018. [3] The hotel is planned to be refurbished in late 2018, but will remain open for bookings for the foreseeable future.

Awards

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.

References

  1. ^ Alan Ruddock (6 May 2001). "How my office was turned into a five-star bedroom". The Guardian. Retrieved 6 May 2001. 
  2. ^ a b "Leeds hotel 42 The Calls in liquidation but continues to trade". The Yorkshire Evening Post. Yorkshire Evening Post. 2 February 2018. Retrieved 2 February 2018. 
  3. ^ Ltd, Insider Media. "Investment planned for luxury hotel following acquisition". Insider Media Ltd. Retrieved 2018-04-18. 

External links

  • Official website
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