Grade-II listed seafront hotel in Skegness lays out plans to more than double in size

A Grade-II listed hotel in Skegness has submitted a proposal to build more than 70 new bedrooms, which would see the property more than double in size if plans are given the go ahead.

The Royal Hotel in South Parade is planning to expand with a three-storey development, which will see bedrooms go from 44 to 114, with two existing rooms lost in the project, plus the addition of a new restaurant and underground car park.

The hotel has enlisted the services of View Architects to oversee the project, and a company statement said the revamp would ‘equip the hotel with sufficient dining and function room accommodation to meet local demand’ and ensure the ‘future security of the business and the long-term viability of the listed building as a hotel facility’.

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The proposal also said the project would enhance urban space between the hotel and the adjacent winter gardens development, which is also undergoing a refurbishment and nearing completion.

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