Award-winning restaurant Jöro set to launch boutique hotel in Sheffield - Exposed Magazine Feature

Rob Crolla

The nationally and internationally acclaimed restaurant Jöro is set to launch its first boutique hotel.

CODA Planning has submitted proposals to Sheffield city council for Jöro to open a four double bedroom boutique hotel and dining room at the recently completed nearby Palatine Gardens development.

Urban restaurant Jöro is based in the city’s iconic Krynkl at Shalesmoor, the space created from 26 recycled shipping containers to showcase the best and most exciting independent start-ups and businesses in Sheffield.

The restaurant uses contemporary techniques and hyper-local produce, much of it foraged, to produce a range of critically-acclaimed seasonal small plates. The success of the restaurant has helped turn Krynkl into a major Sheffield tourist attraction, with visitors coming from all over the UK.

Subject to planning approval, the boutique hotel will be based in the ground floor commercial unit at Palatine Gardens, with four en suite rooms and a central dining suite.

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Rob Crolla

Rob is Director of CODA Planning. He has a wealth of experience across a wide variety of land use sectors, and has worked in private and public sector roles, and on client-side and in consultancy roles over a 25 year planning career. Connect with Rob on LinkedIn >>

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