An Inland Revenue tax office in Cheltenham will become part of the Big Sleep
Hotel chain, the BBC reported.
The development, which will turn the building into a 63-bed hotel will cost
£5m and will create 40 new jobs
The Big Sleep Hotel chain is run by Bath businessman Cosmo Fry – a member of
the Fry’s Chocolate family and counts Hollywood actor John Malkovich as a
The chain opened its first hotel in Cardiff.
Fry described the tax office as the ideal site for the second hotel.
‘It’s a perfect vehicle for the design concept, it’s 1970s with lots of
natural light pouring in from all sides, great lateral space, clean lines, in a
great location,’ he said.
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