Aviator invests in Sky Bar makeover to take business to new heights

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Luxury hotel in Farnborough, Aviator, has invested almost £200k into giving its Sky Bar a makeover.

The 169-bedroom hotel, which is headed up by general manager Dominic Osbourne, has spent £190k on new furniture, lighting and carpet for its Sky Bar venue, which has views over the neighboring private airport runway.

The new look has been spearheaded by design partners, Interiors of Chiswick.

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The space serves afternoon tea during the day and moves on to cocktails into the evening.

Opened in 2008, Aviator was originally built on the site of a former RAF officer’s mess from the Ministry of Defence.

The business is home to a 2 AA Rosette Brasserie, as well as an informal all-American restaurant, seven event spaces and 169 bedrooms.

Since opening, Aviator has also acquired The Swan gastropub, which it reopened in 2015 following a full refurbishment.

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