The group, which focuses on coastal locations in the South of England, said it has acquired two properties in addition to a site in Brighton – which it confirmed earlier this year.
In Bristol, the group has acquired two former bank buildings on Corn Street, which it will link together to create a 42-bedroom city centre hotel, featuring a restaurant and an event space.
Meanwhile, the announcement of its second property in Salcombe will see it take over the 35-bedroom ‘Tides Reach’ hotel in which it plans to build a new 40-bedroom wing.
Mike Warren, managing director, said: “These acquisitions further illustrate our ambitious growth plans; becoming one of the UK’s most exciting hotel brands. Expanding into cities such as Bristol and Brighton brings a new dimension to the group, with properties now featured in coastal, country and city locations.”