Fifty bedrooms at King’s Lynn Dragonfly Hotel in Beveridge Way have undergone extensive refurbishment in a major makeover of the property.
Owners Surya Hotels say the new bedrooms will be decorated in shades of rust, copper and burnt orange, to modern standards with beautiful contemporary designs and furnishings.
Communal areas have also been singled out for investment to create a contemporary feel.
The work at Hardwick Narrows mirrors similar improvements at Dragonfly Hotels in Bury St Edmunds, Peterborough and Colchester.
Acquiring the Dragonfly portfolio in January 2016 the group – which also owns the Dukes Head in Lynn – announced it would make significant investment to bring the properties, which were looking tired in places, up scratch.
Suki Dulai, managing director of Surya Hotels said: “We are delighted to be getting on with the business of bringing the Dragonflys up to the standards of other hotels within the Surya Group and continuing to make significant investment in the local area.
“These four wonderfully situated hotels in East Anglia are a great addition to our already impressive line-up, offering competitively priced, quality facilities and accommodation in the heart of beautiful villages and towns.
“The Dragonfly rooms were looking tired in places, so we are pleased to bring them back up to modern standards. We are dedicated to investing and improving all our hotels, ensuring we continue to make our hotels as welcoming, stylish and comfortable as possible for our guests.”
The Dragonfly venues provide hot-drink making facilities, flat screen TV and complimentary Wi-Fi.
Each room has a luxury Hypnos kingsize bed, aiming to guarantee a good night’s sleep.
There is an exciting new breakfast range and the launch of a new all-day dining menu from the newly-appointed F&B manager, Ryan Edge – a chef who has overseen the kitchens of Marco Pierre White and Jamie Oliver during his career.