Warner Leisure Hotels has announced plans to invest £5m in its 13 properties across England and Wales.
The hotel group, which offers adult-only breaks, will use £2m to re-design its Historic and Signature bedrooms across its portfolio with the help of UK interior designers Sophie Robinson and Pauline McCormic.
Another £2m will be spent refurbishing other rooms across the estate and in re-vamping many of its hotel restaurants.
Nidd Hall Hotel in Yorkshire (pictured) will see one of the largest investments of 2009 with the final £1m being spent on 51 bedroom refurbishments and a full re-design of its on-site Rawson Restaurant.
A spokeswoman for the group said it had already upgraded dining options at Thoresby Hall in Nottinghamshire with the opening of Tuscan-style restaurant Fenocchi`s and at Littlecoat House in Berkshire with Oliver`s Bistro.
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