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Cornwall’s The Esplanade Hotel reopens with refreshed new look

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The Esplanade Hotel in Newquay, Cornwall has reopened with a new look after an extensive multi-million pound refurbishment.

The hotel, operated by Philema Hospitality Management, has invested in a new boutique cinema, revamped bedrooms, as well as a new all-day dining offering and adults-only cocktail bar, reopening on May 17.

Operations director Laura Cameron says: “It’s so incredibly rewarding to receive this achievement after such a challenging year for the hotel and our teams. The lockdown has allowed us to carry out planned improvements that would have ordinarily taken years, so it’s a poignant moment for us. We couldn’t have done it without the patience and dedication of our loyal and hardworking team.”

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The hotel’s bedrooms have been reduced from 90 to 85 to create bigger spaces for multi-generational families and groups of friends, and have been updated with new interiors reflecting its coastal location.

The Cove Restaurant has also been given a new look and now boasts a new flexible dining concept.


The Esplanade Hotel is also home to a leisure facility, complete with pool, hot tub and sauna, plus the Quicksilver Surf School.

Philema Hospitality Management also owns the five-star Boringdon Hall Hotel in Devon and the adult-only beachfront Fistral Beach Hotel & Spa

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