One of the UK’s independent hotel groups has unveiled the latest projects in its extensive £7 million redevelopment scheme.
Menzies Hotels has work underway at its 4-star London hotel, the Prince Regent, in Chigwell, with 28 rooms restyled. Set in extensive grounds, the impressive converted Georgian chapel is undergoing a £1million renovation process to restore it to its former glory.
Each room will feature new bespoke furniture, top of the range Sealey beds, refitted bathrooms and environmentally friendly LED lighting, which support the hotel’s Green Tourism initiative.
Niall Geoghegan, chairman of Menzies Hotels, said: “The significant investment we’ve made in the hotel cements our on-going commitment to being one of the leading hotels for leisure and business travellers in the greater London area.”
He believes that relaxation and creating an ambience is important for the customers enjoying Menzies Hotels, adding: “The introduction of our new bedrooms and public areas will ensure guests enjoy a comfortable and relaxing stay.”
The restaurant and bar has also undergone a complete transformation by creating an open-plan area, flooded with natural light. The space has been extended to include further seating in the new bar area where guests can benefit from a relaxing atmosphere with a drink from the wine list, while enjoying views of the gardens surrounding the property.
To officially launch the new restaurant, the hotel has created a new menu featuring freshly sourced local produce, as well as appointing a new head chef, Adrian Codreanu.