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Revamp at Bury St Edmunds hotel in company's £1 million investment in portfolio




Kizzy Brew-Butler, operations manager, and Lucy Moody general manager. Picture: Mark Westley.
Kizzy Brew-Butler, operations manager, and Lucy Moody general manager. Picture: Mark Westley.

A Bury St Edmunds hotel has received a major revamp as part of a company’s £1 million group-wide investment.

The 71 bedrooms at the Dragonfly Hotel, in Symonds Road, have undergone extensive refurbishment with renovations across the restaurant and bar area.

The business facilities have also been upgraded.

It follows a £1 million group-wide renovation by Surya Hotels across its Dragonfly portfolio, which it bought in January 2016 and includes venues in Colchester, King’s Lynn and Peterborough.

Surya is part of Flying Trade Group.

Suki Dulai, CEO of Flying Trade Group and Surya Hotels, said: “We’re delighted to have now brought the Bury St Edmunds Dragonfly up to the standards of other hotels within the Surya Group and continue to make significant investment in the local area.

“We’re dedicated to investing and improving all our hotels, ensuring we continue to make our hotels as welcoming, stylish and comfortable as possible for our guests.”



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