£2 million refurbishment at Varsity Hotel & Spa in Cambridge will transform 44 guest rooms

2 million refurbishment at The Varsity Hotel & Spa in Cambridge.

2 million refurbishment at The Varsity Hotel & Spa in Cambridge. - Credit: Archant

A £2 million refurbishment is being carried out at the Varsity Hotel & Spa in Cambridge to transform its 44 guest rooms.

2 million refurbishment at The Varsity Hotel & Spa in Cambridge.

2 million refurbishment at The Varsity Hotel & Spa in Cambridge. - Credit: Archant

The scheme will be completed by January and will help the hotel increase trade, which is projected to add 22 jobs to the local economy.

Having opened in 2010, Varsity – which has a roof terrace view -now employs over 100 members of staff.

The Varsity has attracted a number of A-listers over the years, including the Beckhams, Sir Patrick Stewart, Daniel Craig, Colin Firth, Rachel Weisz, Jeremy Irons, Ralph Fiennes as well as the families of Royal Households.

2 million refurbishment at The Varsity Hotel & Spa in Cambridge.

2 million refurbishment at The Varsity Hotel & Spa in Cambridge. - Credit: Archant

Roberto Pintus, general manager of The Varsity Hotel & Spa, said: “The new design reflects the heart of the hotel and represents our constant desire to ensure that all guests have the best experience possible.”


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To celebrate National Chocolate Week (October 15 to 21), the Varsity is launching the ultimate package for chocoholics, featuring in-room chocolates, Nutella martinis and a chocolate facial.

Mr Pintus added: The overnight experience will allow guests to relax in beautiful historic Cambridge whilst indulging their passion for chocolate.

Nutella Martini

Nutella Martini - Credit: Archant

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“Upon arrival, guests will receive personalised chocolate boxes curated by local chocolatier Hotel Chocolat, before heading up to SIX Brasserie.”

Visit www.sixcambridge.co.uk for more information or to book.

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