Hotel operator, Splendid Hospitality Group, has acquired the Stanwell Heathrow Hotel and Restaurant in the village of Stanwell on the south side of London Heathrow Airport.

Stanwell Heathrow Hotel and Restaurant comprises a main house, a modern extension plus a stable block with a total of 53 bedrooms across the three buildings.

 Stanwell Heathrow Hotel also includes two meeting and events rooms, a restaurant, bar and lounge, a fitness suite and a garden room.

The village of Stanwell is in close proximity of Windsor, Eton and Ascot Racecourse and within a five-minute drive of London Heathrow Airport.

Splendid Hospitality Group is planning a future rebrand of the hotel. It is the group’s 20th UK hotel – a group which includes: Holiday Inn, Hilton, Mercure and Indigo-branded hotels as well as independent venues.

The construction of two new hotels at Gulliver’s World in Warrington have been approved. - one of the hotels will be themed around a pirate ship, the other a fairytale castle.

The two hotels will be sited on Wilderness Wharf, a 2.4-acre site in Warrington which the hotels will share with holiday lodges and a new themed village resort complex.

The hotels will include suites, family rooms and a village resort with a café, craft centre, children’s indoor play centre and crèche plus a guest reception.

Construction work is expected to begin shortly and will be completed within three years.

The Royal Crescent Hotel in Bath has just joined the Pride of Britain hotel consortium. Pride of Britain restricts it’s portfolio to just 50 hotels and the addition of the Royal Crescent takes the group to maximum strength.

The hotels in Pride of Britain range in size and many of the properties stand in their own extensive grounds, a few overlook the sea and three currently are located in central London: The Goring, The Capital and The Arch although The Arch will be leaving the group this summer.

Royal Crescent Hotel is a 45-bedroom five-red-AA-starred hotel set in an acre of garden in the heart of Bath. Bedrooms are individually designed with floor to ceiling windows with view either of the gardens or Bath’s Royal Crescent.

The Royal Crescent Hotel features the Dower House Restaurant, the Montagu Bar and private dining facilities.

Leisure facilities at the Royal Crescent Hotel include the Spa & Bath House with a 12-metre heated pool, a sauna, steam room and a fully equipped fitness suite.

Gravetye Manor in West Sussex has recently been judged Pride of Britain’s Hotel of the Year 2018 ahead of its reopening next month.

Beadnell Towers in Northumberland has just reopened as a luxury country house hotel following completion of a £3million refurbishment.

Beadnell Towers has eighteen individually designed bedrooms together with a 100-seat open plan restaurant, bar and kitchen. The Reading Room lounge is available for private dining and for small business meetings.

Beadnell Towers is located in the seaside village of Beadnell just off the A1 in Northumberland.

Beadnell Village is set at the end of a stretch of beach known as Beadnell Bay. The village is well known as one of the best equipped places in Northumberland for watersports.

Crowne Plaza Marlow Hotel is to undergo a multimillion-pound refurbishment.

Now operated by Meridian Leisure Hotels, Crowne Plaza Marlow will see all its 168 bedrooms revamped along with all public areas of the hotel, including the AA Rosette Glaze Restaurant, the Aqua Bar and conservatory.

The Winterlake Conference Centre with its ten meeting and events suites will also be redesigned and equipped with the latest meeting technology.

The refurbishment programme is expected to be complete by Christmas 2019 and Crowne Plaza Marlow will remain open and fully operational throughout.

Crowne Plaza Marlow is set in five acres of countryside – an eight-minute walk from Marlow station and with good access to the M40/M4/M25 motorways as well as London Heathrow Airport.

Engineering consultants have been appointed and redevelopment work is expected to start shortly to convert Preston's former Park Hotel building back into a luxury hotel.

The Park Hotel dates from the "golden age of railway hotels" but the building has not entertained paying guests for the last seventy years. The hotel first opened in 1882 as the London and North Western and Lancashire and Yorkshire Hotel.

A major regeneration is planned together with the addition of a new pavilion and spa with accommodation for up to 200 guests.

The Park Hotel, overlooks parkland and the River Ribble in the centre of the city as well as Preston station on the West Coast Mainline route linking London and Scotland.

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