The Grand on Colmore Row will be transformed into a luxury hotel with 152 rooms and eight new suites under plans by owners Horton’s Estates.
Plans drawn up by architect Berman Guedes Stretton also include restoring its listed facade and renovating its famous Grosvenor Suite.
Hamish McMichael, project director, said: “Hortons’ Estate’s planned restoration and refurbishment of the hotel will be rescuing a building of grace and character that is an important landmark for Birmingham.
“The project will transform the building into a first class hotel and business destination for the city.”
Client: Hortons’ Estate
Project Manager: Trebor Developments
Architect: Berman Guedes Stretton
Planning Consultants: Drivers Jonas Deloitte
M&E Engineers: RPS
Façade Engineers: Arup
Highways/Traffic: Peter Brett Associates
Interior Designer: rdd
Cost Consultant: PMP