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An historic Welsh hotel in the seaside resort of Llandudno will open today Friday (3 July) as The Llandudno Bay Hotel following a multi-million pound redevelopment.

After MBI Hotels purchased the hotel in December 2014, redevelopment began in earnest and the programme of work has seen the refurbishment of the entire hotel.

The extensive renovation work on what was previously the Regency Royal Hotel has been led by MBI Group Construction – a sister division of the site’s new owner. The refurb has seen the Grade II listed building become a 61-bedroom boutique hotel, with function space for 150, a 90-cover restaurant, plus a champagne bar and lounge.

“The speed in which the work has been completed on this grand building has been astonishing; especially with the high quality achieved,” said hotel general manager, Chris Evans.

“We have had a lot of interest from locals, who are excited to have a new venue at which to meet and socialise with friends, family and colleagues, and to show-off to visitors to Llandudno.”

The new-look Llandudno Bay Hotel features a Forster Restaurant, which will serve a variety of dishes with locally-sourced ingredients. Meanwhile, the Woodhouse Bar offers cocktails and champagne to be enjoyed in the bar, or out on the terrace overlooking the bay.

There is also an on-site spa which is due to open in the 2016. Details are still to be finalised as to what this will comprise.

In addition to Llandudno Bay, MBI Hotels has also purchased the nearby Belmont Hotel, which is also undergoing renovations before opening later this year. The company has made its mark in Llandudno, having also purchased the iconic Grand Theatre for £140,000 – a property it is currently deciding how to bring back into use.

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An historic Welsh hotel in the seaside resort of Llandudno will open today Friday (3 July) as The Llandudno Bay Hotel following a multi-million pound redevelopment.
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The refurb has seen the Grade II listed building become a 61-bedroom boutique hotel
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