The luxury hotel, a Grade II-listed building located on Colmore Row, will be home to 185 rooms and suites retaining the building’s mix of French Renaissance, Victorian and Art Deco features including the stone façade, historic ceilings, mosaic tiled floors and grand staircase.
The centrepiece Grosvenor ballroom is the hotel’s “premier event space for all occasions”. The restoration also includes new penthouse suites with views across St Phillip’s Cathedral and the city beyond, as well as a sunken rooftop garden terrace.
The property also includes two new bars and a destination restaurant, a gymnasium, state-of-the-art meeting rooms, collaboration areas, and event spaces.
Cody Bradshaw, managing director, head of international hotels, said: “We’re proud to be working with Hortons’ Estate, whose founder, Isaac Horton, originally built the hotel in the 1870s, on a shared vision to create one of the most prestigious hotels in the UK.
“The restoration of this stunning grande dame building is another milestone in what is an exciting period of transformation for this vibrant city. We look forward to providing visitors to Birmingham – and locals alike with a truly one-of-a-kind destination that celebrates the splendour of this landmark building but with a 21st-century luxury experience.”