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The luxury small hotels chain Hotel du Vin unveils its expansion strategy for the next year and a half, on the back of its latest opening.
Glaswegian hotel One Devonshire Gardens has reopened under new ownership. Luxury chain Hotel du Vin”s new property has undergone a refurbishment and a new name. Hotel du Vin at One Devonshire Gardens has undergone ”the Hotel du Vin” treatment, according to the owners.
The luxury boutique hotel holds 49 guest rooms, which have been made over; as has the bar and bistro. The new owners said: ”It has our superb beds, luxurious Egyptian linen, serious showers and unique, relaxed style of hospitality. The 49 stunning bedrooms and suites, set in a tree-lines Victorian terrace in the fashionable West End of Glasgow, are enhanced by the hotel's enviable reputation for service and style, that we hope, will become a Hotel du Vin with a little bit more.”
Hotel du Vin (HdV) Cambridge will open in March 2007. The site is a former university, Grade II listed building in the heart of the city. It will comprise 42 bedrooms and suites (some with private garden areas or roof terraces, overlooking the intricate winding streets of Cambridge). It will feature a Cellar Bar, Bistro and Library.
HdV”s Cheltenham property is opening in the summer months next year. The site is formerly the 100 year old Carlton Hotel located in the fashionable Montpellier district of the Georgian town. Its total transformation will feature 48 bedrooms and suites, a Bistro and Bar, Cellar Private Dining Room, Caf” du Vin and Spa.
HdV York is opening in October 2007. The Georgian building is set in three acres on an archaeological dig, located just outside the walled city on the main artery road. It will comprise 44 bedrooms and suites, Bistro and Bar, private dining, and is set in three acres of gardens.
HdV”s Newcastle property is opening in spring 2008. It is located on the River Tyne in Allan House”a 144 year old listed building, formerly the head quarters of the Tyne & Wear Shipping Company and more recently a quayside warehouse. It will comprise 42 bedrooms and suites (with balconies and river or city views), Bistro and Bar, private dining and a triangular cobbled courtyard entrance through iron gates.
HdV”s Edinburgh location will opening in the summer of 2008. Formerly Edinburgh”s Blood Transfusion Testing Lab, located off the pretty cobbled streets of the city”s Old Town, it will comprise 42 bedrooms and suites, Bistro and Bar, private dining, courtyard and gardens.