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24 September 2015
One of the most historical and symbolic buildings on the coast of North Wales has been fully restored to its former glory thanks to designs from haleys’ client Croft Goode Architects.
The Esplanade Hotel, a famous sight in the seaside town of Llandudno, was reopened this summer after a refurbishment of over a year that involved improvements to the appearance, safety and accessibility for disabled users, their families and carers.
Starting from the outside, new access ramps fitted at both the front and rear entrances of the hotel were part of Croft Goode’s plans for the exterior, along with the re-introduction of railings leading up to The Esplanade’s main entrance.
Even bigger changes were made to the inside. As well as making important improvements to the hotel circulation for fire safety reasons, a large, spacious disabled toilet, known as a ‘Changing Places Toilet’, has been incorporated into the ground floor layout for the benefit of visitors and the wider disabled public.
But there’s more…
For many years, The Esplanade contained 55 bedrooms. That was until very recently when many of these rooms were reconfigured to create 40 larger rooms with bathrooms appropriately sized for wheelchair users.
It was a proud moment for the Croft Goode team to see the Grade II listed hotel officially reopen with the designs fully implemented, and haleys would like to congratulate them on a fantastic project with the purpose of helping the disabled community enjoy their stay in Llandudno.
You can find out more about Croft Goode’s projects and keep up to date with their latest news by visitingwww.croftgoode.co.uk.
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