Leamington hotel prepares for £500,000 refurb under new management


A hotel in Leamington will undergo a refurbishment as part of plans from its new owners.

The Falstaff Hotel was acquired by property investment company, Turnbrook Limited on March 15 who will now invest £500,000 into renovating facilities to increase profitability at the business.

Turnbrook has appointed Assured Hotels, a UK hotel management and advisory business to manage the 63-bedroom hotel and oversee the refurbishment project, inking a deal until 2024.

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Mathew Griffin, assured’s managing director, commented: “We are delighted to have been appointed to manage The Falstaff Hotel on a day to day basis for the next five years. The task is to work with the owners and staff to deliver a successful refurbishment programme, to increase profitability by most importantly radically improving the quality of the experience for customers.

“Our track record and experience suggests a bright future for this Victorian hotel property and we look forward to making The Falstaff a landmark Leamington Spa hotel.”

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