Posted: Mon 24th Jun 2024

Llandudno Victorian-era hotel reopens doors following extensive refurbishment

North Wales news and information

A cherished Victorian-era hotel in North Wales has reopened its doors following an extensive refurbishment.

Situated on Llandudno’s picturesque promenade, the Cae Mor Hotel has been part of the town’s tourism industry since its inception in 1890.

Thanks to a significant investment, the seafront hotel now boasts a brand-new look.

The renovation includes 22 rooms, 15 of which offer views of the North Wales coastline, and also created 20 new jobs.

In addition to standard rooms, the hotel now offers accessible and family rooms.

The hotel’s 1890 restaurant and bar has also been transformed into a luxury fine dining venue.

Situated next to Venue Cymru, the hotel aims to attract business delegates and corporate guests attending events, concerts, and conferences.

General manager Nicola said: “Cae Mor Hotel boasts spacious car parking on the promenade, which is highly valued by our guests, along with air conditioning throughout the property.

“It’s been a pleasure working with this team, and we look forward to exceeding our guests’ expectations to ensure our standards match our new look.

“Llandudno is a thriving destination, and our goal is to continue promoting this fantastic town, encouraging footfall, and welcoming guests from far and wide.

“Although it’s a Victorian gem, it’s our responsibility to bring it into the modern era, and we feel we have achieved this by combining the building’s original charm with essential modern conveniences.”

  • For more information or to make a reservation, guests are encouraged to visit the hotel’s website: caemorhotel.co.uk.



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