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Beaufort Park hotel undergoes £500k refurb

New Brighton’s hotel has already seen ‘15 rooms stripped to just the walls before being recreated in a modern manner’

Beaufort Park, a Flintshire hotel and conference centre has announced it has invested £500k into the first stage of a wide-scale refurbishment as it aims to make a strong rebound post-pandemic. 

Beaufort Park has said it has undergone a “major” refurbishment of its main function centre as well as the first phase in a total redesign of the hotel’s 105 rooms. 

According to the hotel, the most significant part of the redevelopment has been in the hotel’s main function room, the Westminster Suite, which has been refurbished to allow for a maximum of 250 guests.

In addition,  the hotel said a new outdoor terrace area has also been added to allow for al fresco dining, with plans to expand the hotel’s external offerings through the purchasing of surrounding property. 

Mark Small, general manager at Beaufort Park hotel, said: “As a member of staff, it is incredibly encouraging to see the owners willing to invest in the hotel, across my 24 years working here I have never seen such an investment made into the Beaufort and it can only be a positive for the site and the local economy as well.” 

“For the 80 staff we have on site, they have been overwhelmed by the support not only from the owners, but the local area and it is fantastic to see that their hard work is paying off now as we move out of the pandemic.”

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