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Bournemouth boutique shows off £1.4m refurbishment one year after buyout

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A hotel in Bournemouth has unveiled the results of a £1.4m refurbishment project, 18 months after being taken over by new owners.

West Cliff Hotel was sold in April 2018 by the Topland Group to Motoring and Leisure Services off a guide price of £6.75m.

Formerly Hallmark Hotel Bournemouth, the sale resulted in all branding being dropped.

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Now West Cliff Hotel operates as part of its new owners’ Boundless Breaks portfolio.

The recent makeover project has seen the hotel’s reception, bar, lounge, restaurant and indoor pool refurbished.

Enhancements to the spa and 83 bedrooms are next in the pipeline.

Speaking to Bournemouth Echo, West Cliff’s new general manager, Tony Giauna, said: “We’re delighted to reveal the fruits of our labour over the last year as we continue to transform the West Cliff into an affordable oasis of calm in central sunny Bournemouth.

“When we took over, we knew there was work required to meet customer expectations and we’re committed to making the West Cliff Hotel the best it can possibly be.”

Motoring and Leisure Services also owns the three-AA-star Ghyll Manor in Rusper, West Sussex.

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