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Brentwood's Holiday Inn to be refurbished as part of multi-million pound plan

PUBLISHED: 17:00 07 September 2018

Work is underway for a new lobby to be designed at the Holiday Inn in Brentwood. Picture: Chris Ison/PA Archive/PA Images

Work is underway for a new lobby to be designed at the Holiday Inn in Brentwood. Picture: Chris Ison/PA Archive/PA Images

Chris Ison/PA Archive/PA Images

The Holiday Inn on the outskirts of Brentwood is soon going to look a little different, as it is planned to undergo a makeover as part of a multi-million pound refurbishment plan.

Designs for new lobby at the Holiday Inn in Brentwood.Designs for new lobby at the Holiday Inn in Brentwood.

LGH Hotels Management Ltd, which owns the chain of hotels, including the branch in Brook Street, is planning on investing heavily in re-inventing the guest experience from the very first moment people walk through the doors with a brand new open lobby.

It is said that the new lobby will revolutionise how guests eat, drink, work, meet, relax and socialise by providing one cohesive space to fit their individual lifestyles.

The open lobby will merge the traditionally separate zones of a reception, lounge, bar and restaurant to create one relaxed and multi-faceted area with no barriers, so that guests can blend work and leisure instinctively.

As part of the works which are already underway, there will be free high-speed Wi-Fi throughout the hotel and a ground floor accessible To Go Cafe for quick food available 24-hours a day.

Designs for new lobby at the Holiday Inn in Brentwood.Designs for new lobby at the Holiday Inn in Brentwood.

There will also be a media lounge and a new E-Bar which will offer a space for those who need to get some work done.

The refurbishment is due to be completed and unveiled towards the end of 2018.

Managing director of LGH Hotels Management Ltd Simon Teasdale, said: “We are incredibly excited to be upgrading our hotels.

“ Not only will these refurbishment plans revolutionise the Holiday Inn guest experience, but they will set a new standard in the mid-scale hospitality industry for accommodating the business and social lives of todays guests, whose work/life balance and schedules are evermore intertwined and not limited to a set routine or timetable.”

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