A Sheffield hotel has reopened under new ownership after two months of refurbishment work.
Hotel chain Mercure have taken over the former Ashton Sheffield Hotel in Catcliffe.
The site has been rebranded as the Mercure Sheffield Parkway Hotel and reopened to customers this month.
Spokesman Jonathan Sheard from Accor UK and Ireland said: “We are delighted with the refurbishment of the Mercure Sheffield Parkway hotel – it offers fantastic services for both business and leisure guests.
“All our hotels are designed to provide quality for our guests and the hotel’s new look reflects our commitment to providing excellent facilities in each hotel across the country.”
Preet Ahluwalia, Portfolio Manager of Dominvs Hospitality, said: “This has been a big project to be part of and it has been incredible to watch the transformation of this hotel into a Mercure-branded hotel – the first for the Dominvs Hospitality portfolio.
“We are very excited to be welcoming guests to this new hotel for them to experience all that Sheffield has on offer – or as a quick stop on their way round the UK.”
The three-star hotel has 78 bedrooms.