DoubleTree by Hilton

Restful Nights supplied all of the beds and sofa beds to the double tree Hilton Chester for 219 rooms.

Steeped in 18th Century history, The DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel and Spa Chester, is now looking to the future as the work to add 79 new luxury bedrooms completes.

Managed by Valor Hospitality Europe, the hotel has undergone an extensive transformation to keep up with ever-increasing demand. The hotel’s popularity has soared in recent years and is a sought-after venue for wedding, spa and leisure breaks.

As well as the addition of the new bedrooms, the renovation works to the former 18th Century manor house also include the entrance, reception, lounge and lobby areas which have benefitted from makeovers, bringing contemporary design throughout the hotel.

With a total of 219 bedrooms now available, the DoubleTree by Hilton Chester is one of the leading leisure hotels in the area and is now able to respond to the growing demand for residential conferences, as well as overnight spa breaks.

The new bedroom design, led by Rethink Interiors, incorporates elements of the hotel’s rich past, having once been owned by revolutionary pioneer balloonist, Thomas Baldwin. Artwork in the bedrooms shows off the hotel’s history, also drawing on local scenes from around the city and the famous Chester Zoo which is less than 10 minutes away.

The first phase of the renovation programme completed at the end of 2016 and saw a brand-new restaurant open at the hotel. The Garden Room and Terrace specialises in dishes that use the very best British ingredients wherever possible, taking diners on a unique journey as they follow the provenance of the suppliers, from land, sea and garden, while taking in the views out over the original walled garden and historic gardens.

Mayor opens new Cardiff Hotel

Cardiff’s latest hotel and restaurant offering marked its official opening with a visit from the Lord Mayor of Cardiff.

Restfull nights are proud to associated with indigo hotel Cardiff have supplied all of the 122 new beds.

Councillor Bob Derbyshire helped mark the opening of Hotel Indigo Cardiff, managed by Redefine|BDL Hotels (RBH), the UK’s leading independent hotel management company, on Monday 11th December with a ribbon cutting ceremony.

The Mayor received a tour of the newly built hotel before cutting the ribbon alongside the hotel’s general manager, Tom Gaskell, and other members of the hotel team.

Hotel Indigo Cardiff’s General Manager, Tom Gaskell, said: “I would like to thank the Lord Mayor of Cardiff for taking the time to visit the hotel and help us mark its official opening. We were really proud to show him around so he could see what Hotel Indigo Cardiff will bring to the city, and we welcome him back anytime for a visit.

“Hotel Indigo Cardiff provides travellers with a boutique hotel experience, and caters for the needs of those seeking to experience the city’s fantastic sights, shopping and nightlife – having Marco Pierre White’s prestigious Steakhouse Bar & Grill within the property will create a real buzz within the heart of the capital.”

The 122 bedroom hotel boasts beautifully decorated guest rooms which were designed to highlight three recurring themes – made in Wales, Welsh industries and music – underlining the heritage synonymous with the local area and beyond.

The hotel is also home to Marco Pierre White’s famous Steakhouse Bar & Grill restaurant, which is the only one in the country.

It is located close to Cardiff’s business district and with easy access to major attractions such as Cardiff Castle and the Principality Stadium, both adventurous guests wishing to explore the city or those who prefer to relax in the boutique surroundings of the hotel are well-catered.


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The White Horse set to reopen

Restfull Nights are proud to have supplied the top quality beds bespoke built the latest hotels refurbishment.We would like to wish Bespoke hotels and the management team at the white horse hotel the very best of luck with the relaunch of this beautiful hotel

UK: Bespoke Hotels is set to reopen The White Horse, Dorking

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The White Horse, Dorking, part of the Bespoke Hotel group, is set to reopen later this month, following an extensive refurbishment.

The 56-key property closed its doors in July 2017 to allow for the extensive £4 million renovation to take place. Changes were made throughout the public spaces, as well as to the restaurant and bar, whose menu and décor has been transformed.

The interior design overseen by award-winning Squid Inc, who recently worked alongside Bespoke on the opening of Manchester’s award-winning Hotel Gotham in 2015. The furnishings celebrate the building’s unique role in Dorking’s history, having once played host to Charles Dickens. Dickens took up residence at the White Horse while writing the Pickwick Papers in the mid-19th century.

The White Horse will feature extensive dining facilities as well as a versatile meeting space for private gatherings, parties, and business functions known as “1812”. The restaurant and bar facility known as “The Dozen” has capacity for up to 100 diners and serves a menu of both traditional British and modern European cuisine.

Formed in 2000, Bespoke Hotels now represents over 200 properties worldwide. It is the UK’s Largest Independent Hotel Group.