Dakota Deluxe: Take a look inside the new luxury hotel in Leeds

The Dakota Deluxe in Leeds is described as the jewel in the crown of Evans Property Groups �25m investment into rejuvenating the Bond Court area. The hotel will also have a first-floor cocktail bar.
The Dakota Deluxe in Leeds is described as the jewel in the crown of Evans Property Groups �25m investment into rejuvenating the Bond Court area. The hotel will also have a first-floor cocktail bar.
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A new city centre hotel has announced it will open its doors next month.

Dakota Deluxe Leeds is described as the jewel in the crown of Evans Property Group’s £25m investment 
into rejuvenating the Bond Court area of Leeds city centre. It is due to open on May 1.

The boutique 84-bedroom hotel, which is situated between Russell Street and Greek Street, is the fourth for the independently-owned Dakota Group, led by Ken McCulloch, who founded Malmaison Hotels.

There are two hotels in and near Glasgow and another in Edinburgh.

Mr McCulloch said: “It is great being back in Leeds and it’s time that Leeds had a luxury hotel because the city deserves it”.

The hotel boss gave his creative team, headed by international award-winning interior designer Amanda Rosa, the remit of designing a hotel which oozes luxurious elegance.

He added. “The majority of time spent working away from home is always grudged and so we wanted to create a very special experience.”

The hotel includes the Bar & Grill restaurant and Salon Privé, a cocktail bar with a first-floor terrace.

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