Hallam Tower Hotel, opened in Sheffield in 1965
Hallam Tower Hotel, opened in Sheffield in 1965

16 forgotten pictures taken inside Sheffield's iconic Hallam Tower - a hotel where David Bowie once partied long into the night

The 11-storey hotel was a landmark in the city from 1965 and although it was demolished in 2017 the memories of the good times live on.

Wednesday, 24th February 2021, 1:09 pm

We have delved into The Star’s archive to bring you the forgotten faces, the staff, the chefs and the waiters as well some pictures of the abandoned hotel and the final pictures of the Hallam Tower during its demolition.

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