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Golden Tulip to develop £5.5m hotel in Yorkshire

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Golden Tulip has bought a site near Castleford in west Yorkshire to develop its fourth Tulip Inn hotel in the UK. The site has been purchased by Golden Tulip UK, the hotel development and franchise company which is the UK arm of Golden Tulip Hotels Inns & Resorts.

The company already has Tulip Inns in Manchester and Glasgow and a third is being built in Gateshead, Tyne & Wear, with a planned opening in late summer 2004.It also has Golden Tulip-flagged hotels in Manchester and Birmingham.

The Yorkshire development is part of a 334-acre regeneration site next to Junction 32 of the M62 motorway.The new £5.5m hotel is set to open later this year as it will be built using pre-fabricated modules. It will have 119 bedrooms and room rates will start from £62.50 a night.

The hotel will be opposite the Xscape indoor ski and leisure centre.Golden Tulip’s longer-term target is to build 20 hotels across the UK and Ireland.

The company already has Tulip Inns in Manchester and Glasgow and a third is being built in Gateshead, Tyne & Wear, with a planned opening in late summer 2004.It also has Golden Tulip-flagged hotels in Manchester and Birmingham.

The Yorkshire development is part of a 334-acre regeneration site next to Junction 32 of the M62 motorway.The new £5.5m hotel is set to open later this year as it will be built using pre-fabricated modules. It will have 119 bedrooms and room rates will start from £62.50 a night.

The hotel will be opposite the Xscape indoor ski and leisure centre.Golden Tulip’s longer-term target is to build 20 hotels across the UK and Ireland.

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