The £200K spend has seen an overhaul of the public areas reflective of today's style savvy palate. The refurbishment underlines Bracebridge Holdings' commitment to investing in its properties which comprises of The National Motorcycle Museum, The Best Western Plus Manor Hotel Meriden and Best Western Plus Windmill Village Hotel.
The three-month programme that finished on 10th September encompassed newly styled spaces suitable for pre and post dinner drinks as well as quiet reading and working areas conducive for small daytime meetings. Free Wi-Fi has also been added to the hotel's wide-ranging facilities.
The hotel sits at the heart of the UK's infrastructure and is in close vicinity to the Midlands' key conference locations including The National Motorcycle Museum and Birmingham's NEC. Guests will also find popular tourist attractions such as Shakespeare country, Warwick Castle and Cadbury World ideally located nearby.
Overseen by Directors Nick and Simon Hartland, Bracebridge Holdings remains a family-run business built on a premise of continual investment in their properties, excellent service levels and a commitment to their team of employees. The company has spent in excess of £600K in product improvements over the last year while wider plans are under foot for further expansion.
Nick, Director at Bracebridge Holdings, said: "We fully understand that our occupancy is a reflection of our product and therefore recognise the need for ongoing improvements of our hotels and venues. We have an exciting few years ahead with new developments."