Premier city centre hotel Hilton Cardiff has announced the completion of the £2m refurbishment of its 197 guest rooms, after four months of extensive renovation works.
The room refurbishment is part of a wider improvements project, which will see further announcements before the end of the year.
The project coincides with the 15th anniversary of Hilton Cardiff, which first opened its doors on August 1 1999.
The refurbishment sees the hotel's bedrooms redecorated and furnished in a muted palette of whites and creams with bright cobalt feature elements and metallic fittings. The designs were put together by The Hickson Design Partnership, a Turin and London based architecture and interior design practice. This international partnership brings together some of the most diverse British and Italian talents to deliver bespoke designs for prestigious and luxury clients.
Marie Fagan, general manager of Hilton Cardiff, said: "This is an incredibly exciting time for Hilton Cardiff and we are very pleased to welcome the first guests to our new and improved rooms.
Hilton Cardiff has views over the medieval castle and the famously handsome Edwardian civic centre at the heart of the city. The hotel is now favoured by internationally renowned actors and musicians visiting the city and has a long sporting heritage, having welcomed teams from all over the world.
Marie Fagan stated: "The strength of the Hilton brand and our history in the city centre combined with the constant evolution of our offering means we are able to present clients with the perfect combination of heritage and innovation. We're thrilled to welcome guests to the next chapter of Hilton Cardiff."