Belfast's Lansdowne Hotel has been sold for a sum thought to be in the region of £1.25 million.
According to The Irish News, the purchaser is understood to be a locally based licensed operator and is expected to take vacant possession of the 25-bedroom venue in the coming weeks.
The hotel hit the market following six years of being operated by UK hotel chain Metro Inns.
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Commenting on the hotel's sale, director of estate agency Osborne King Mark Carron said, "The current position is that the Lansdowne Hotel has been agreed for sale to a local investor, and the deal is due to complete in the coming weeks."
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