Formerly Barceló UK, the new Puma Hotels Collection offers 21 four star hotels across the UK. The hotels are all in inspiring locations from vibrant city and town centres, spectacular coastal resorts to countryside retreats. Each hotel is unique and reflects the characteristics of the locations. Whether its through the local cuisine or range of facilities, every hotel retains and excels four star quality and service.
About Puma Hotels PLC
Puma Hotels' Collection is owned by Puma Hotels PLC. Puma Hotels PLC is not itself quoted, but The Hotel Corporation (AIM: HCP) was established as a publicly quoted feeder vehicle for investment in Puma Hotels and owns circa 49% of Puma Hotels. Puma Hotels has so far acquired 20 major leisure and conference hotels across Scotland, Northern England, Central England, Southern England and Wales. The hotels owned by the Company include the Lygon Arms in the Cotswolds, the Carlton Hotel in Edinburgh, The Marine in Troon, The Majestic in Harrogate, The Imperial on Torquay, The Imperial in Blackpool and the Hinckley Hotel in Leicestershire. The properties are mostly held freehold with three on long leasehold with very modest ground rents. The hotels offer extensive banqueting, conference and leisure facilities and many of them have architectural and historical significance. The Group has some 2,872 bedrooms and around 20,000 square metres of conference and meeting space and offers extensive facilities to both corporate and leisure guests.
Puma Hotels PLC has become a specialist property company with a contracted rising rental stream, inflation indexed but also benefiting from growth in the profitability of the hotels. The future plans of Puma Hotels are to seek to exploit the substantial real estate potential of the existing portfolio through the addition of rooms and other facilities. The Company is also actively looking for bolt-on acquisitions which are a strategic fit with the existing portfolio or enhance shareholder value. As of 23 July 2008, Shore Capital Limited acts as the exclusive portfolio manager for Puma Hotels plc and Howard Shore chairs the company's board of directors.
The massage itself was good but the treatment room was next to the swimming pool and I could hear screaming kids in the background. There was no one at reception at the time of booking and we had to wait for 5 minutes or so and then fill in the form. I felt our treatment was cut short with no fault of ours.
£25 - £200
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Harrogate, North Yorkshire