Ramada Birmingham sold to Redwings Lodge Group

Specialist business property adviser, Christie & Co has sold the Ramada Birmingham.

The 81-bedroom hotel and conference centre in the Black Country has been bought by Redwings Lodge Group, a multiple hotel operator which currently has several sites in south east and central England.

The Ramada Birmingham Hotel in Oldbury was put up for sale following a huge turnaround in business performance when former owner and local businessman, Gurjit Mahal, purchased the hotel out of administration in 2012.

The Ramada Birmingham Hotel sold off a freehold at undisclosed price.

Charles Jones, senior business agent at Christie & Co who handled the sale, said: “Redwings Lodge is very happy to be associated with the Ramada brand and plans to extend the property, adding new restaurant space and further bedrooms.

“They are also looking to further expand their portfolio within the Birmingham and Coventry area.”

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