Kent-based leisure group to open luxury hotel in Tunbridge Wells

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Kent-based leisure group to open luxury hotel in Tunbridge Wells

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Kent leisure company Markerstudy Leisure has announced plans to open a 39-bedroom luxury hotel in Tunbridge Wells this summer. 

One Warwick Park, as it will be called, will comprise the 10-bedroom Brew House and adjacent Old School House building in the Pantiles district of the town. 

The property, designed for both individual bookings and for exclusive use for parties and events, will include a restaurant, lounge and snug as well as a private dining area.

A function room within The Old School House will offer enough space for up to 180 people with The Townhouse Boardroom meeting room offering a capacity of eight people and the central Atrium holding 20. Both buildings will be linked by a feature gallery space. 

Individually styled bedrooms will feature king or super king beds, flat screen TVs,  Temple Spa toiletries and free WiFi with room prices starting from £99 per night for a double. 

Work started on the hotel in August 2013 with plans to open in June. When open it will provide 60 new jobs. 

Markerstudy Leisure operates a number of businesses in Kent, including Salomons Estate a 47-bedroom country house hotel and grounds outside Tunbridge Wells and aircraft management company Zenith Aviation. 

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