Llandudno hotel in liquidation now on the hunt for new owner


A hotel in Llandudno that fell into liquidation last month is now on the hunt for a new owner to transform its fortunes.

The Ambassador Hotel appointed insolvency and restructuring specialist Grant Thornton after suffering cash flow problems, but the 57-bedroom business continued to trade, as liquidators came on board.

The hotel comprises a 110-cover restaurant alongside the bedrooms and employs 20 people.

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The asking price has not been disclosed.

A spokesman from sellers Wignall Brownlow said: “The Ambassador Hotel is an imposing, corner situated hotel, conveniently located in one of Llandudno’s premier ‘front’ locations.

“The hotel has been a mainstay of the Llandudno hospitality scene for decades.”

The hotel site dates back more than 150 years – previously made up of five separate hotels before they were merged together in the 1980s.

Its directors are listed as David Williams and Nigel Williams.

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  1. We learnt of the Ambassador’s demise with great sadness, not only for the tremendous, positive impact it had on the Llandudno community and the many customers it received over the years but for the Roberts family as a whole. My husband and I with friends have stayed at the hotel each January for the past 25 years. It felt like returning to family each time.
    It is hard to accept that an era of respect, politeness and wonderful service has ended. May we express our sincere thanks to the Roberts family whose first consideration was always to it’s guests and staff. A special “thank you” to Eleri whose welcome was second to none. We shall miss you all so much and we wish you well for the future.

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