CELEBRITY judge, Len Goodman, hosted an evening of entertainment at Alvaston Hall in Nantwich to officially re-launch the hotel to guests.
The Strictly Come Dancing star was in town to give a perfect 10 to the establishment’s £12.5 million makeover by Warner Leisure Hotels.
The hotel now features a new cabaret restaurant and 113 additional luxury bedrooms to meet consumer demand for British breaks.
On Thursday, July 10, Len introduced the National Symphony Orchestra as part of a ‘Best of British’ evening, featuring international conductor, Anthony Inglis and soprano Philippa Healey.
The new Cabaret Restaurant has been built to host West End quality shows outside of London where guests can enjoy performances from stars including Russell Watson, the Osmonds and Billy Ocean.
“Where else can you see unrivalled live entertainment and dancing outside of London,” said Len.
“Warner has built an incredible live entertainment and dinner venue at Alvaston Hall, providing great food and star acts all in one place. It’s a 10 from Len!”
Richard Bates, Managing Director of Warner Leisure Hotels was pleased that Alvaston Hall would now be attracting more top acts to Cheshire.
He added: “Warner provides holiday experiences that celebrate the best of British, showcasing our diverse landscape, beautiful architecture, world-class entertainment and activities from Archery to Zumba.
“Across all of Warner’s hotels, we enjoy a 96 per cent occupancy rate and it is this high demand from our guests that has enabled us to invest £12.5 million in Alvaston Hall.”