The Mere Gold Resort & Spa in Cheshire is to embark on an expansion project in a ‘momentous leap’ for the business as it evolves to meet customer demands.
The four-star hotel is to add 64 new bedrooms, grow its conference and banqueting facilities to cater for 950 guests and reconfigure its reception areas after the significant plan was backed.
Also on the agenda will be upgrades to the restaurants, terraces and additions to the hotel’s spa.
Gary Johnson, general manager of The Mere Golf Resort & Spa, said: “This is a momentous leap for us that will allow us to meet evolving market demands and encourage guests on both a national and international scale to experience Cheshire and the North West of England.
“We are confident that this will help improve the local economy and job creation for the surrounding areas and we look forward to seeing our vision come to life.”
In 2018, The Mere and 18-hole James Braid-designed championship golf course was acquired by Ejarat Holdings, after UK shareholders Mark Boler and Gary Corbett sold their stake in the business for an undisclosed sum.