Plans to demolish a former bank building in the centre of Southampton's Old Town Quarter to create a new hotel have just been submitted to Southampton city council for approval.

The building in High Street would be demolished and two neighbouring buildings partially demolished to create a five-storey, luxury hotel with 97-bedrooms, a reception plus a lounge and café bar and a gym on the lower ground floor.

The new hotel would lie directly south of Southampton's Grade I-listed Bargate (pictured)

The hotel scheme has been designed by London-based OWAL Architects.

NH Hotel Group is planning to open its new Nhow branded hotel in London in August 2019.

NH Hotel Group claims that Nhow is the ‘chameleonic hotel brand that adapts itself to the city where it is located and is always changing. Taking its inspiration from the most avant-garde cities in the world and designed by Norman Foster´s studio'.

Nhow London will be located in a 5.5-acre mixed-use new development in City Road in London's tech-city district around Silicone Roundabout and Old Street.

The eight-storey hotel will include 190 bedrooms each featuring an aspect of London life reflecting both the city’s industrial past and its technological future.

Nhow London will also include a restaurant, a bar, a gym, networking spaces and meeting rooms.

Existing Nhow Hotels are located in Milan, Berlin, Rotterdam and Marseilles with projects under development in Santiago de Chile and Amsterdam as well as central London.

A spring opening is planned for a new hotel in Suffolk. The Hog Hotel will open with 17 individually designed bedrooms in Pakefield close to Lowestoft.

The hotel was formerly Fishers Hotel. Now new owners have redesigned the hotel and it will be relaunching shortly with a new restaurant, bar and events facilities.

Owners of the Hog Hotel – the Jones family – have named the hotel in honour of hedgehogs, the ‘favourite animal of the owner’s father’. The Jones’s have further plans to raise awareness of the decline of hedgehogs in the wild, and as such will be aligning themselves with hedgehog charities to support fundraising and awareness initiatives.

The Hog Hotel, as their website announces, will ‘awake from hibernation this spring’.

A building in Newark, Nottinghamshire, once a salvage depot for Second World War RAF planes before becoming a clothing factory, has now been remodelled into a business centre – Aura Newark

Aura Newark is all on one level and air-conditioned throughout. It offers a fully-serviced working environment with a reception, a well-equipped kitchen, lounge and break out areas, extensive meeting facilities as well as hot desk and virtual office services.

Meeting rooms are available for hire from one hour to a full day and offer space to accommodate up to 60 delegate for a seminar, training session or team briefing.

Superfast broadband is available in each suite with free w-fi. Delegate parking is also free of charge.

Aura Newark is a five-minute walk from the centre of Newark and Newark Castle station with a 90- minute journey to London Kings Cross on the East coast mainline.

The new Boulevard Hotel is scheduled to open this summer on Blackpool’s Pleasure Beach.

The Boulevard hotel will have 120 bedroom including 16 suites, a Beachside restaurant, Ocean Bar plus the Shoreside Conference Centre. The Boulevard Hotel is opening on the site of the Pleasure Beach’s former Star pub. It will sit alongside the Big Blue Hotel on the Blackpool promenade.

All bedrooms and suites in the Boulevard Hotel will be air conditioned and equipped with a flat-screen television and the latest in-room facilities. Some of the rooms will also enjoy a sea view.

The Shoreside Conference Centre is fully equipped with the latest AV technology. It will accommodate up to 200 delegates for a conference or meeting.

Leisure facilities include a residents’ gym.

Reservations at the Boulevard Hotel are being accepted from 1st June 2019.

The Welsh Rugby Union (WRU) has published plans to turn the former Head Post Office in Cardiff's city centre into a 175-bedroom luxury hotel.

The new hotel will be named: The Westgate Hotel. It will also include 15 suites, two restaurants, a spa with a rooftop infinity spa pool, meeting facilities and a main ballroom for 400 guests.

The former Head Post Office is located in Westgate Street and is a Grade II-listed building. It has recently been acquired by The Welsh Rugby Union. The development will also include the former Inland Revenue building, originally constructed in 1904, which is also owned by the WRU.

Subject to planning and listed building approval, construction work is expected begin in June this year with the Westgate Hotel scheduled to open in December 2020.

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