Len Goodman opens Alvaston Hall

Len Goodman opens Alvaston Hall

The re-launch of the Warner Leisure Hotels was welcomed by Strictly Judge, Len Goodman in a £12.5 million investment at the Alvaston Hall in Cheshire.

The night celebrated the ‘Best of British’ with the National Symphony Orchestra for an unforgettable ‘Last Night at The Warner Proms’ led by international conductor, Anthony Inglis and soprano Philippa Healey.

The renovation is the most significant in the group’s history and the development includes 113 additional bedrooms and a new Cabaret Restaurant.

The new Cabaret Restaurant has been built to host West End quality shows outside of London where guests can enjoy performances from some of the world’s biggest stars, such as Russell Watson, the Osmonds and Billy Ocean, as part of Warner’s Star Break packages. 

Host for the evening of July 10th, Len Goodman said: “Where else can you see unrivalled live entertainment and dancing outside of London?  Warner has built an incredible live entertainment and dinner venue at Alvaston Hall providing great food and star acts all in one place. It’s a 10 from Len!”

Richard Bates, Managing Director of Warner Leisure Hotels commented: “Aside from Warner, there are limited opportunities for our guests to enjoy live entertainment and dancing outside of London where they can socialise with likeminded people. Warner provides holiday experiences that celebrate the best of British, showcasing our diverse landscape, beautiful architecture, world-class entertainment and activities from Archery to Zumba. Across all of Warner’s hotels we enjoy a 96% occupancy rate and it is this high demand from our guests that has enabled us to invest £12.5 million in Alvaston Hall.”

 

 

 


by for www.femalefirst.co.uk


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