A Royal Refurbishment with a Christmas Twist
The Royal Kings Arms features in Lancaster Guardian
The continued development to the historic Royal Kings Arms hotel has recently been featured in the Lancaster Guardian.
The article details the transformations to the historic city centre hotel in anticipation for the festive season, as well as the general ongoing refurbishments that are being invested into the source of pride for the city of Lancaster.
Since coming under new management in late 2016, the lower floors have been elegantly decorated with the hotel’s latest designs and refurbishments to the Crypt bar and Brasserie restaurant being shortlisted for the 2018 Northern Design Awards.
The management team are working hard and have invested millions of pounds into the restoration and transformation of the hotel, into an establishment fit for a King. A recent addition includes a set of grand mirrors to the first floor for added luxury.
In the run-up to Christmas, the Royal Kings Arms has been ornately decorated, complete with Christmas trees, an abundance of colour and a glow of lights (that ran concurrent to the recent Light Up Lancaster event).
The Christmas festivities don’t stop at the decorations, as Father Christmas will be in his cosy sitting room at the Royal Kings Arms each weekend throughout the month of December, ready to welcome families and visitors of Lancaster.
The hotel is also offering a five course Christmas Day Gala lunch for £65 and a seven course New Year’s Eve cabaret-style celebration with a welcome glass of champagne for £75.
General Manager of the Royal Kings Arms, Bob Warrior, had this to say: “We like to think of what has been achieved as the rebirth of this historic building and are looking forward to celebrating Christmas with the people of Lancaster.”