Urbanista Hotel set to reopen as Boudoir Hotel with new look renovated rooms.
The boutique hotel opened its doors for the first time in November 2019, having just three months of trading before being forced to shut and adhere to government guidelines.
Relaunching as Boudoir, the plush hotel will have 17 rooms and suites made up of kings, doubles, quads and larger suites that sleep up to eight; two of which have private use of courtyards that have been designed for guests to enjoy an exclusive outdoor space.
The hotel is also home to a beautifully decorated top floor private events space which is also to undergo further refurbishment.
With a new management team from Voya Ltd driving the hotel forward, Boudoir is reopening on 26 November to the public, with rooms available to book now.
Voya is made up of a restructured team from Urbanista, along with some new faces who bring their wealth of expertise to running the hotel that’s set in a perfect location, in the heart of the Ropewalks area.
Boudoir will have refurbished rooms and a new check-in area on arrival at the hotel with a dedicated 24 hour concierge.
David Colebourn, the hotel developer and also Development Director at Voya, explained:
“The pandemic put immense pressure on many industries, the hospitality sector being one of them. We’ve worked hard behind the scenes to refinance the hotel and have relaunched it as Boudoir. We felt Urbanista didn’t get the chance to get off the ground having to close so soon after it first opened and so we’re reopening with a fresh approach, having refurbished the rooms and injected a new lease of life into the building.
“Bookings are live now and we’re looking forward to welcoming our guests back over the festive season and beyond.”