Isle of Man-based Comis Holdings has completed phase one of Comis Hotel & Golf Resort.
The hotel, located on the outskirts of Douglas, has seen substantial investment to rebuild the hotel’s public areas, 105 spacious bedrooms, function suites and a new 140-seat restaurant, The Snaefell.
A spokesperson for Comis Holdings said: “The Comis Hotel & Golf Resort is set to deliver a unique guest experience and provide the island with a landmark hotel of exceptional quality that will make a positive and lasting impact on the Manx visitor economy.
“We look forward to working with the Visit Isle of Man agency and executive team to market the island and our hotel as a unique destination for both leisure and business visitors to enjoy.”
The hotel’s new website has been launched and phase two of the development will see further investment to complete the hotels new swimming pool and leisure centre and the development of a new Spa facility by ESPA.
This phase will be completed by the end of April next year.
Laurence Skelly, Isle of Man minister for enterprise, commented: “I welcome the significant investment made into the new Comis Hotel & Golf Resort, which is representative of the continued confidence we are seeing in the visitor economy sector.
“I would like to congratulate all those involved with bringing the development to fruition and look forward to seeing the second phase when it opens next year.
“I am sure the hotel and resort will prove to be very popular with visitors, as well as residents and businesses.”