The Lygon Arms, a Cotswolds hotel situated in a 16th-century coaching inn, recently unveiled the final stage of its extensive refurbishments. The new designs embrace the building’s history while enriching guest experiences. The refurbishments include 86 newly designed guestrooms and suites, a refreshed spa and two new culinary offerings.
New guestrooms incorporate modern luxury and technology within the centuries-old style and vibe of the previous property. Accents of British opulence are seen throughout. The new guestrooms include nine new suites, some themed after famous past guests like King Charles I.
New dining options include Lygon Bar & Grill and the Lygon Wine Bar. The Lygon Bar & Grill features seasonal ingredients and traditional British fare. Lyon Wine Bar serves Mediterranean cuisine alongside European and international wines.
The updated spa offers a full range of beauty treatments. Social areas also offer a new look, inspired by the Cotswolds countryside.
“It is with great pleasure that we debut the final phase of this monumental refurbishment of The Lygon Arms, that unveils an exciting new chapter in the property’s grand history,” said Graeme Nesbitt, general manager, Lygon Arms. “Our team has worked alongside the best talent to create a vision that celebrates and brings to life the property’s charm and long-standing heritage, and above all, ensures our guest experience is truly memorable.”
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