Malmaison maintains investment momentum with multimillion pound makeover of Liverpool hotel

Malmaison, the iconic boutique hotel brand, today announces that it has completed the most recent project in its multimillion pound investment programme – the refurbishment of the bedrooms and events space of Malmaison Liverpool.

The refurbishment reinforces the brand’s continued commitment to further improving its hotels nationwide. The investment into Malmaison Liverpool includes a total revamp of the hotel’s 130 bedrooms and all meeting and events spaces, as well as the introduction of a spectacular new cocktail bar. These new additions are a fantastic complement the rest of the hotel’s renowned interiors, including its stylish Chez Mal restaurant and Mal bar.

The Liverpool investment comes at a time of significant expansion for the brand, with three new hotels opening over the next 24 months. These include Bournemouth, where the brand is in the early stages of developing a newbuild hotel; Edinburgh, where renovation work has already begun on the Grade A Listed Buchan House, which will be the brand’s second site in the city; and York, where work is underway to open a new 150 room hotel.

The ongoing investment in hotels is supported by Malmaison’s ongoing investment in its people, recently demonstrated through the launch of new, bespoke staff uniforms that reflect the brand’s bold character and individuality and ensure that staff feel valued, confident and proud. Since their introduction, staff engagement has risen 7%.

Guus Bakker, Chief Executive Officer at Malmaison Hotel du Vin Group said:

“Here at Malmaison we strive to continually improve our proposition and to deliver exceptional guest experience, so we are hugely excited to have completed the refurbishment at our Liverpool hotel and are delighted for our guests to see it. The refurbishment reflects our continued commitment to the improvement of our hotels, to ensure that our guests enjoy the same exceptional service and surroundings at Malmaison, time after time.”