The Avon Gorge hotel in Bristol will reopen on 24 August following a complete restoration of the property.
The hotel features 78 refreshed bedrooms and suites, as well as new meeting, event and private dining suite located in the former spa pump rooms.
The group said the new events space retains many of the “unique and historic” features uncovered during the renovation, including the steam pumps of the former spa.
The hotel has also finished the construction of the Goram & Vincent restaurant, developed by Hotel du Vin specifically for this hotel and inspired by the local legend of two giants, Goram and Vincent.
Dating back to 1898, the grand Victorian building was originally known as the Grand Clifton Spa and Hydropathic Institution and attracted aristocrats and gentry from across the country.
Scott Harper, COO of Malmaison Hotel du Vin, said: “We’re thrilled that Hotel du Vin has become part of this much-loved hotel’s incredible history. It’s been a special journey for us, and we’re looking forward to showcasing the Avon Gorge by Hotel du Vin in all its glory.”