Hotel Indigo Stratford-upon-Avon has just opened in the heart of the Warwickshire market town.

Hotel Indigo Stratford-upon-Avon has 93 bedrooms with designs inspired by the history of the local neighbourhood with each room paying homage to the town’s heritage which stretches back to medieval times.

The bedrooms feature three designs:

The Tudor Rooms display the tradition of the 16th century building and offer a path to the past, with views of Shakespeare’s New Place, his residential home in later life. 

The Georgian Townhouse is inspired by Shakespeare’s Theatre.

The Contemporary Rooms in the new wing feature designs drawing from the building’s more recent 20th century past. 

All bedrooms are furnished with Hypnos beds and equipped with Nespresso coffee machines and a 40-inch flat screen television.

Hotel Indigo Stratford-upon-Avon has a Grade 1-listed façade which dates back to the 16th century. More recently, the building has been extended to include a new contemporary wing from the 1960s. The hotel includes a private walled garden and an undercover outside BBQ area.

Hotel Indigo – Stratford upon Avon features The Woodsman restaurant and bar. The restaurant also has a Feasting Room that serves as a breakfast room by day, and by night transforms into a private dining room complete with a long central table for up to 30 guests. The Falcon Tea Room within the restored building is a nod to the building’s past, as the Falcon Hotel.

Hotel Indigo – Stratford upon Avon has two meeting rooms: The Boardroom seating up to twelve delegates and the Study seating four people.

There are currently 103 Hotel Indigo properties open globally with another 99 in the pipeline.

The former Ramada Encore Belfast has just completed a £450,000 refurbishment and has now rebranded to Ramada by Wyndham Belfast.

All 150 bedrooms at Ramada by Wyndham Belfast have been refreshed with new beds, soft furnishings and artworks. An additional 15 executive rooms have also been created with upgraded furnishings.

Ramada by Wyndham Belfast features a restaurant and bar plus three meeting and events rooms – the largest of which will accommodate up to 160 delegates for a theatre style meeting.

Ramada by Wyndham Belfast is located in Talbot Street in the city’s Cathedral Quarter close to Belfast’s Titanic Quarter, the SSE Arena and the ICC Belfast.

Plans for a new Leonardo Hotel in Manchester have just been submitted. The planned new hotel, reaching up to 13 floors, would be located on the corner of Adair Street and Great Ancoats Street, close to Manchester Piccadilly station.

The 275 bedroom Leonardo Hotel would feature planters down one side of the building to create a trail of greenery from the roof down to the street. The hotel would also feature a restaurant and bar.

If all goes to plan the new Leonardo Hotel could be open by early 2021. The hotel would be a major feature in the proposed new urban quarter around Piccadilly station which will also include apartments, offices, and café-bars.

Leonardo Hotels are part of the Fattal Hotel Group which has recently purchased the Midland Hotel in the centre of Manchester.

Craft beer brewer, BrewDog, is planning to open a craft beer hotel in London. It has launched a search for a suitable location.

The company’s first “DogHouse” hotel opened last summer in the United States in Columbus, Ohio. Brewdog are now reportedly hoping to open the ‘ultimate hotel for beer geeks’.in London.

DogHouse London would include many of the features found in the DogHouse hotel in the American midwest. There would be a museum on site dedicated to the history and making of craft beer. In the bedrooms, guests would be able to pour fresh pints of lager, stout or IPA from the in-room beer taps, or grab a cold one from the in-shower beer fridge.

DogHouse London may not be the first in Britain. Last year the company announced plans to build a hotel at the site of its brewery in Aberdeenshire with a possible opening in 2019 although plans appear to have stalled.

Plans for a new 47-bedroom luxury hotel in the centre of Manchester are due to be submitted later this month.

The hotel - the Forty Seven - will be located at 47 Peter Street above Asha's Indian restaurant housed on the ground floor of the building. Asha’s will also undergo a light refurbishment as part of the buildings redevelopment with a new underground bar - The Peterman – planned to open in the basement.

The hotel is aiming to for a 2020 opening if everything goes to plan.

The Forty Seven hotel will be a two-minute walk from Manchester Central Convention Centre and close to the main rail terminals in central Manchester.

The Newt in Somerset is a new luxury hotel and spa that is being developed at Hadspen House near Bruton in Somerset. It is opening in July 2019.

Hadspen House is a Grade 1-listed, 17th-century manor house at the heart of a 300-acre country estate with extensive woods and gardens. The hotel grounds include an Arts and Crafts garden. They, together with a new, purpose-built garden museum, will be open to the public from mid-May.

The Newt in Somerset will open with 35 bedrooms, a restaurant using produce from the hotel's kitchen garden, a café, a pool, a farm shop, a cider mill and a spa.

The Newt in Somerset is a short drive from Castle Cary station in the heart of Somerset.

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