Lea Marston Hotel reveals 30 new bedrooms and suites

    New room at Lea Marston Hotel
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    Lea Marston Hotel, in the heart of the Midlands, has revealed 30 new bedrooms and suites as part of its near £2 million investment.

    Set in 75 acres of North Warwickshire countryside, the award-winning hotel now boasts an impressive 118 luxury ensuite rooms, as well as extensive wedding, spa, conferencing and event facilities. The additional superior, executive and luxury suites have been provided in a brand new extension to the hotel, spanning two floors and overlooking the golf course.

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    All 30 air-conditioned rooms have been styled by local designer Ilze Reinke, based in No Mans Heath, and feature warm contemporary interiors, cutting edge technology and the little luxuries that are in keeping with Lea Marston Hotel’s ethos of providing a warm welcome.

    As well as the new build, the hotel has been given a brand new look with extensive refurbishment throughout. An additional 30 members of staff have been taken on to help keep day-to-day operations running smoothly as the business goes through this latest phase of growth.

    Lea Marston Hotel
    The new look and new rooms were unveiled at a special launch party last week attended by 100 guests and visitors, including suppliers, corporate customers and the hotel’s long-standing health club members.

    Lea Marston Hotel sales and marketing director, Phillip Allsopp, said: “As a family-run hotel group, we are always looking to grow and expand our offering in order to maintain our reputation as one of the best independent hotels in the Midlands.

    “With so much to offer here at Lea Marston Hotel and in the wider surrounding area, demand is always high and the new rooms represent one of our most significant investments to date. Although the additional facilities have only been available for a few weeks, we have already had nights where we have been sold-out across the hotel, which is fantastic news for the area.”

    Daniel Fountain / 27.03.2016

    Editor, Hotel Designs


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