The hotel has upgraded 72 bedrooms and also boasts a new state-of-the-art reception area.
The four-star DoubleTree by Hilton, Cadbury House in Congresbury has upgraded 72 bedrooms including its Junior Suites and Loft Suites, investing over £1.5 million in the project, which has also included a refresh to several public areas.
The new bedroom décor has an emphasis on elegance and features a chrome finish, grey-toned colour palette and a focus on comfort and luxury.
DoubleTree by Hilton says the refurbishment drew inspiration from local landmarks, including the SS Great Britain, Clevedon Pier, Clifton Suspension Bridge and Avon Gorge.
Facilities include USB charging points on plug sockets, double sinks in some bathrooms and additional seating areas for relaxing or working.
The hotel’s brand new reception area is another key part of the refurbishment programme and sports a feature ‘living’ wall to the exterior. The space also has floor-to-ceiling windows with panoramic views across the North Somerset countryside.
In total the site has 132 luxury bedrooms, an onsite health club and spa and two Marco Pierre White restaurants.
DoubleTree by Hilton, Cadbury House general manager, Mehmet Kandemir, said: “Our latest refurbishment project to upgrade our bedrooms and some public areas is part of an ongoing programme of regeneration at the venue. We have become renowned for our innovative and contemporary facilities so the evolution work never ends.
“The hotel has benefitted from over £26 million in investments since its opening thanks to owner Nick Taplin, and the latest refurbishment is testament to our commitment to guest comfort and satisfaction.
“The new rooms really give the wow-factor, especially our popular suites which really are stunning and offer a real treat for those visiting for special occasions. We’re certain guests will be impressed with the upgrades.”