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Leaf Hotels has announced that the Best Western Dover Marina Hotel and Spa is to open on 24 March, following the completion of a multi-million pound redevelopment.

Nicholas Hollinshead Interiors led the design of the renovation of the Grade II-listed hotel, which will overlook Dover Harbour and was previously known as the Churchill Hotel. The 81-bedroom property will be run by Leaf Hotels under the Best Western brand, and is set to include three conference, function and meeting rooms and a restaurant and bar.

However, the reopening of the Best Western Dover Marina Hotel and Spa will not include the launch of the property's spa area; coffee shop; and ice cream parlour. A spokesperson confirmed that the spa will form part of the next phase of improvements at the hotel, which are due to be carried out later this year.

General manager David Otteson said: "The hotel is the jewel in Dover's crown, with breathtaking views across the beach and the harbour to the English Channel and beyond to France."

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Leaf Hotels has announced that the Best Western Dover Marina Hotel and Spa is to open on 24 March, following the completion of a multi-million pound redevelopment.
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