The 208-bedroom Trump Turnberry resort on the west coast of Scotland has reported a pre-tax loss of £10.04m for 2018.
In its annual report lodged at Companies House, Golf Recreation Scotland, the parent company of the hotel bought by US president Donald Trump in 2014, said that “significant capital expenditure, including investment in energy-efficient assets” has taken place during the year following on from the £200m refurbishment of the hotel in 2016.
Turnover of the hotel overlooking the Firth of Clyde in Ayrshire - up by 20.5% to £18.41m – was highlighted as the highest in the resort’s 113-year history.
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