Travelodge Hotel: Rhyl | Wynne Construction

Travelodge Hotel: Rhyl

  • Client ION Developments Ltd

    Client

    ION Developments Ltd

  • Contract Value £4.4m

    Contract Value

    £4.4m

  • Architect Ellis Williams Architects

    Architect

    Ellis Williams Architects

  • Length of Contract 52 weeks

    Length of Contract

    52 weeks

Wynne Construction was appointed by developer ION Developments, in partnership with Denbighshire County Council to build the new Rhyl Travelodge hotel on the sea-front in the town.

The hotel forms part of the £25m Waterfront Regeneration programme for Rhyl, which includes the refurbishment of the Pavilion Theatre, the new waterpark SC2 and a new Marston's pub.

Community Information

Insider Media News - Hotel construction progressing - 7th August 2018

BDaily News - Seafront hotel scheme approaches halfway mark - 3rd August 2018

BDaily News - New Travelodge to be built by Wynne Construction - 26th January 2018

Daily Post - Rhyl Travelodge hotel deal goes to Denbighshire developer- 26th January 2018

Insider Media News - Wynne Constructoin to build new Travelodge - 30th January 2018

Work started on site in January 2018



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