The Isle of Wight’s Broadway Park Hotel, which was rescued from permanent closure after going out of business under its former owners last year, is celebrating a successful first quarter since reopening in May – having served over 11,000 breakfasts while looking after 15,000 guests during a busy summer. season.
The pandemic put the hotel in danger of permanent closure last year, as previously reported by Island Echo, an exceptional summer since its reopening has seen the hotel rebound strongly, as it continues to strengthen.
Thinking back to a few hectic months, the hotel’s management team were delighted to see the number of clients they had served during this time after the silent closing period. This revealed that by the end of August, the hotel had served 11,128 breakfasts to 15,808 guests.
Dean Pascall, General Manager of the Broadway Park Hotel, said:
“Looking back on what we’ve accomplished over the past few months is always a rewarding feeling, but when you put numbers on it it makes it even more revealing. In the hospitality business, you are often very focused on caring for hotel guests, so you can easily forget how many people you have looked after over a period of weeks and months.
“To think that we have already welcomed over 15,000 guests since reopening really underscores all the hotel and destination has to offer and how hard the hotel team has worked, while providing great positivity. for the future.”
“It’s not just for the hotel either. Another layer of reward comes from knowing that we have supported so many people visiting the Isle of Wight. Since we are a region generally popular with tourists, the positive impact on other businesses in the region is enormous.
“We look forward to working with the local community and serving the local community with our hospitality offering.