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Preston’s new apart-hotel is already expanding

Posted on - 21st May, 2017 - 7:00pm | Author - | Posted in - Business, Preston City Centre, Preston News
A bedroom in the countryside themed room
A bedroom in the countryside themed room

Interest in No.10 Preston in Theatre Street has led its owners to already expand next door.

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Walker and Williams have bought the building next door to their new apart-hotel and are adding a further nine apartments.

No.10 Preston was the first apart-hotel to open in Preston city centre.

Opposite Theatre Street Bar and Grill, the apart-hotel offers guests a choice of five different themed rooms where guests can spend the night either being 007 or feel like a princess in Tiffany’s.

Guests also have the choice to stay in The Hunt, Chelsea and Polo. Each room offers Hypnos beds, a full Sky TV package, free sweets, a welcome pack, a kitchen, an en-suite waterfall bath and shower and complimentary toiletries by Milton Brown.

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The bathroom in a Tiffany room
The bathroom in a Tiffany room

But all rooms have their own unique theme to offer guests a different experience in Preston. The largest apartment, ‘The Hunt’ guests will find themselves surrounded by the countryside which can sleep up to six guests.

Room prices are available from £89 to £149 a night depending on the apartment they choose to stay, when they stay and how many people wish to stay.

Read more: Here’s how the Park Hotel could look after a revamp

On their first day at No.10 guests will get two codes through their confirmation email, one code allows them access into building and the other gives them access to the box that has their apartment key.

One of the kitchens in the Polo room
One of the kitchens in the Polo room

Hotel manager Ross Taylor said: “Theatre Street is the best location because of the bar and grill across the road and Preston is a developing city with a lot going on, which is really exciting and the branch thought it would be a good starting point”.

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So far, the owners have spent around £100,000 – £150,000 with the company designing all the ideas and décor of the apartments.

The additional apartments are due to be open in September this year.

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