The Macdonald Marine Hotel, North Berwick, currently undergoing a £12million refurbishment has announced the opening of a marketing suite to handle enquires and leisure club memberships ahead of the autumn re-launch.
Chris Gillett, Regional Director for Scotland said: “We’ve made tremendous progress already and the work that has been carried out has begun to give us an idea of just how good the hotel will be looking by the end of the year.
“With things proceeding so well we’re ready to start taking bookings, not only for the hotel but also for the new leisure club and spa. We’ve set up a marketing suite in North Berwick to handle enquiries and business has been brisk, as the largest hotel in the area and with a great deal of history attached there is a lot of interest. I am sure our regular visitors will not be disappointed in the work Macdonald Hotels is having done.”
Recently revealed to have been a secret Radar repair station during WWII, the Macdonald Marine Hotel is about to start another exciting chapter in a proud history.
The works will see the addition of many new facilities, including treatment rooms for massage and other beauty therapies, which will be open to non residents.
Leisure membership starts from £42 per month and a beauty membership costs £45 per month including a wide range of complimentary treatments.
The work is set to be completed in autumn this year.