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Windsor Park hotel commences interior fit-out

The Fairmont Windsor Park Hotel announced that the project to complete the interior fit-out of the site has now commenced.

The hotel, which is set to open later in the year, is the latest addition to the Fairmont hotel brand portfolio. Its latest hotel is located on the site of the former Savill Court Hotel and Spa.

The new site will feature over 200 bedrooms, seven restaurants and bars (including a tea salon and champagne lounge), spa and wellness facilities, an 800 capacity ballroom and 16 meeting rooms.

The previous site was acquired by Arora Group in 2014, and initial construction work began  in 2017. The design of the new building will be based around the original Jacobean style of the Savill Court Hotel, which was set among “sprawling grounds” adjacent to Windsor Great Park.

Smart Balustrades are now working alongside contractor Grove Developments and lead architect Unum Partnership to complete the project.

Sinead Hughes, director at Grove Developments, said: “We are privileged to work on some incredibly exciting projects at Arora Group and this is no exception. On each of our developments, we work with a trusted team of supply chain partners and Smart Balustrades is very much a part of that.” 

“We enjoy an ongoing relationship with the company as it delivers creative design solutions to an agreed timeframe.

She added: “The Fairmont Windsor Park is a special project to us in many ways; with its striking design, opulent finishes, unrivalled countryside setting adjacent to Windsor Great Park and wellness facilities, it will be a wonderful place to enjoy for generations to come.”

Mark Ritchie, member of Unum Partnership said: “The Fairmont Windsor Park is a special project which, when complete, will offer English country manor-style accommodation and facilities – with a contemporary twist.

“Using our expertise in this area, the design of the hotel has stayed true to the site’s heritage, incorporating the look and feel of the façade of the original building which has lavish Flemish influences.”

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