With Len Goodman, the fabulous National Symphony Orchestra and a whole host of delighted guests…the re-launching of Alvaston Hall yesterday was undoubtedly a huge success!
Warner Leisure Hotels have invested a whopping £12.5million to transform many of the spaces in the hotel, including 113 new bedrooms, the sleek new Fountain and Stables Bars as well as the fabulous Cabaret restaurant – a dining area more likely to be found in Las Vegas than in the heart of Cheshire!
The festivities yesterday were kicked off with the official ribbon cutting ceremony where we were lucky enough to be joined by the Worshipful the Mayor of Cheshire East and the fabulous Len Goodman who joined our Operations Director; Simon Thompson in officially opening the new refurbishments! Guests raised a glass of bubbly in the sunshine to mark the happy occasion.
The evening continued with a ‘Last Night at the Warner Proms’ themed dinner where guests were treated to a highly entertaining Q & A session with our Warner Ambassador for Entertainment Len Goodman followed by a Best of British themed performance by the National Symphony Orchestra led by Conductor Anthony Inglis and starring Soprano Philippa Healey. This fantastic evening was rounded off with the cries of encore from our delighted guests and a confetti canon finale – an incredible end to a very memorable day for Alvaston Hall Hotel!