THE QUEEN’S HOTEL in Llandudno could be set to reopen, four years after closing its doors.

The hotel was one of three establishments, along with the Belmont and the Llandudno Bay Hotel, that had gone into administration in 2020.

The hotel closed permanently in May that year, having been welcoming guests for more than a century.

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But hope for the future of the 83-bedroom hotel was restored when the building was snapped up by hotel operating chain Everbright Hotels in 2022.

The group, which also purchased the Belmont and Llandudno Bay Hotel, said at the time that they wished to make the hotels “leading, iconic venues for Llandudno”.

Having earmarked an opening date in early 2025, the web page for the Queen’s Hotel says the venue is “opening soon”.

Dating back to 1854, the Grade II hotel also has a large dining area with up to 160 covers and function facilities comprising two large ballrooms.

Everbright Hotels were approached for comment.