Macdonald Compleat Angler in Marlow, has unveiled its new superior suites following a £110,000 investment. The magnificent hotel, located on the banks of the River Thames, has renovated two of its most spectacular rooms – the Buckingham Suite and the Windsor Suite. The river-facing suites, enjoy some of the best views in town, with the historic All Saint’s Church and iconic Marlow Bridge both in sight. Guests can also expect to catch a glimpse of the Olympic rowing team which trains nearby.
The spacious rooms are furnished with a kingsize bed, 55-inch television, dining table and separate living room. Adding a touch of opulence, the hotel has also fitted an additional television in the bathroom, so guests can relax in the large bath tub while catching up on their favourite shows. Each suite has been stylishly renovated throughout with golds and silvers to exude a classic and elegant feel, with furnishings hand chosen from premium specialist retailers.
Originally built in the 18th century, Macdonald Compleat Angler is a quintessential English retreat, which takes its name from Issak Walton’s famous book ‘The Compleat Angler.’ In addition to attracting guests from across the globe, the hotel is a favourite for local residents, which include a number of famous faces. With two award-winning eateries, the Riverside Restaurant and Sindhu by Michelin-starred chef Atul Kochhar, the hotel has earned a reputation as a foodie heaven, where guests can expect a wide variety of fresh and flavoursome dishes.
As Marlow’s only riverside hotel, Macdonald Compleat Angler can also exclusively offer guests a private boat trip down the River Thames, passing by nearby towns such as Hurley and Henley, Maidenhead or Windsor.
Gavin Webster, general manager of Macdonald Compleat Angler, said; “The investment in our suites helps to cement our position as Marlow’s most exclusive destination and ensure the hotel remains the number one choice for those visiting the area.
“In addition to the stylish décor and comfortable amenities guests can expect glorious views of the River Thames, world-class dining and an unforgettable stay.”