First look inside the new 30-bedroom hotel opening soon near Scunthorpe town centre
Here's what rooms in the 42 Apart Hotel will look like when it opens (Image: 42 Apart Hotel Ltd)
By Scunthorpe Telegraph | Posted: 18 Mar 2019
This is what guests at a new 30-bedroom apartment-hotel can expect when it opens in Scunthorpe later next month.
The former Scunthorpe Conservative Club has undergone a £400,000 refurbishment which will see the historic Doncaster Road building reopen as a hotel.
Located opposite The Baths Hall, the new venture will be called 42 Apart Hotel and is due to open in a little over a month.
The developer has confirmed the project is on schedule to open in mid-April and is nearly complete.
These are the first pictures of the finished rooms, which have a modern grey and yellow colour scheme and come in a variety of sizes, including suites.
42 Apart Hotel will be opening in mid-April on Doncaster Road (Image: 42 Apart Hotel Ltd)
The finalised building will have a café which will be open to the public and meeting facilities.
When the project was announced, the owners predicted it would create eight jobs including front of house staff, receptionists, hotel manager, café staff, housekeepers, kitchen staff and maintenance workers.
Awaias Riaz, the managing director of the apartment-hotel, said: "We are launching a 30 bedroom apartment-hotel with mixed bedrooms and studio suites on Doncaster Road in Scunthorpe, opposite The Baths Hall. The hotel will be called 42 Apart Hotel.
The rooms will come in a variety of sizes (Image: 42 Apart Hotel Ltd)
"Development is nearly complete and we will have a functioning café open to the public inside, alongside meetings facilities.
"We should be creating around seven or eight jobs which include front of house, receptionist, hotel manager, café staff, housekeepers, kitchen staff and maintenance people.
The original planning application outlined how it would have 15 en-suite rooms on the ground floor, 10 on the first floor and two on the second floor, with communal facilities including kitchens, lounges and dining areas on both floors.
The hotel will be in the former Conservative Club building, which has been empty since 2013 (Image: 42 Apart Hotel Ltd)
The former Conservative Club opened in 1935, and was a popular meeting places for Scunthorpe teenagers in the 1950s and 60s when it incorporated Campbell's dance hall.
A number of proposals have been suggested for the building since its closure.
At one point, local property developer Neil Dubnyckyj was planning a £500,000 renovation to turn the site into an upmarket steak restaurant and cabaret bar.