The Isle of Man is set to re-open its borders on June 28th, welcoming visitors from the UK, Ireland and Channel Islands who have been fully vaccinated against Covid-19.
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.
Visit Isle of Man has launched a new three-year tourism campaign aimed at encouraging people to experience the full breadth of the Island’s offering and showcase it in a whole new way.
The Isle of Man passenger survey has revealed a 6.5 per cent increase in tourist visitors to the Island in 2015, rising to 134,610. Marking the seventh year of continuous growth in tourist visits to the Island, the survey found that in the last calendar year visitors added around £10 million to the Island economy, with an average of £378 spent per visit.