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Best Accommodation 2014: Hotel

THE Grosvenor Plymouth has beaten big-name hotels to scoop the Best Accommodation (Hotel) category for the second year running.

Just missing out on the top award in the category sponsored by Commercial Concepts were The Copthorne Hotel and The Holiday Inn.

Paul Burton, editor of The Herald, said: “Visitors to Plymouth need excellent places to stay, and it is hotels like The Grosvenor Plymouth that put their best foot forward and showcase our city at its best.

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Award-winning Plymouth hotel unveils

AN award-winning independent hotel has unveiled its £400,000 expansion.
Following a £400,000, seven-month refurbishment, 12 new bedrooms were made available to guests at The Grosvenor Plymouth hotel.

The award-winning hotel on Elliot Street has expanded into the adjoining property to increase its size from 29 to 41 bedrooms and to include a new breakfast/ function room and lounge.

Owner Paul Bennett believes that these are the first new independent hotel bed spaces in Plymouth for a number of years and was delighted with the work and glad that it was finished in time for Plymouth’s busy summer season.

“I am watching Plymouth develop before my eyes but, as is common knowledge, there just aren’t enough quality bed spaces in the city,” he said.

“As we’ve seen with so many recent closures of small, medium and large accommodation providers, it’s a tough business to be in.

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Best Hotel at the City Centre and Waterfront Awards 2013

INDEPENDENT hotel The Grosvenor Plymouth has beaten off big names to be crowned Best Hotel or Accommodation.

The category, sponsored by TW Management and Training Consultancy, was open to chain and independent hotels, guest houses and holiday homes.

Richard Davis said: “This award was open to independently-owned and chain hotels, guest houses and holiday apartments.

“These are the one type of service that aren’t often used by Plymouth residents, and therefore tend to get overlooked when recognition is handed out locally.

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