New lease of life for Chateau Impney as hotel undergoes £1m revamp

09 May 2013 by
New lease of life for Chateau Impney as hotel undergoes £1m revamp

Chateau Impney has completed the first phase of a major revamp, which has seen the redecoration of a quarter of the bedrooms and the function rooms. Work on the rest of the bedrooms and the development of a new restaurant and bar will get underway in the coming weeks.

The hotel, which employs 44 staff, was bought in July 2012 by Birmingham-based Greyfort Properties, along with its sister property, the Raven hotel, also in Droitwich. The Raven is now closed and undergoing redevelopment.

Originally built as a private home in 1875, the hotel today incorporates extensive conference and exhibition facilities which include the Broadway Suite, which can accommodate up to 1,200 guests.

General manager Ben Elder said that the focus of the business now was to build up its event and wedding business.

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