Hallmark Group has purchased the Lord Alfred Hotel on Brisbane’s busy Caxton Street.
The popular hotel re-opened last week under the new ownership of Hallmark Group, after being temporarily closed due to the pandemic.
“The Lord Alfred is an iconic and historic venue in one of Brisbane’s best entertainment precincts, and when the opportunity arose to add it to our ever expanding portfolio, Hallmark Group jumped on it,” stated director Matt Heanan.
The Lord Alfred Hotel is now trading from Thursday – Saturday from 4:00pm, offering patrons the ultimate venue for drinks, dining, private celebrations or corporate functions. Hallmark Group have hit the ground running with operations, with patrons glad to have the pub open once more.
“The Lord Alfred underwent over $2m in renovations a few years back, so Hallmark Group plan to maintain the hotel’s strong reputation and multiple function spaces. The Lord Alfred has something on offer for everyone – whether you are looking for a drink, dinner, private celebration or corporate function,” stated managing director Scott Hempel.
The group also owns Lefty’s Music Hall on Caxton St, which sits behind the Lord Alfred Hotel.
It’s the second purchase for Hallmark Group in as many months, with the group buying beloved Toowoomba pub The Spotted Cow in September. The venue is currently undergoing renovations.