Whether you’re a keen gardener or someone who just appreciates the tranquillity of a beautiful garden, North Wales is the perfect destination for a horticultural break with an abundance of picturesque and award winning gardens.
Geoff Lofthouse is celebrating 35 years as The Imperial's general manager making him one of the few, if not the, longest serving hotel manager in North Wales.
The Imperial Hotel successfully rose to Ty Gobaith’s Business Challenge turning the Conwy Hospice’s £50 challenge deposit into a cheque for over £850.
Read about our visit to War II, an informative exhibition at the Mostyn Gallery on the impact World War II had on Llandudno and North Wales.
Christmas and the New Year is one of the most popular times for couples to get engaged, and to ensure your day is memorable and perfect in every way it’s important the planning for the big day starts as soon as possible. Daunted? Don’t be! As we’ll guide you through the key steps on planning your perfect day.
Yes, it’s that time of year again when we make our New Year’s Resolutions, but as we all know keeping them isn’t that simple!
If you made a promise to improve your health and to get fitter, then make sure 2016 is the year that you keep it with our advice and exercise recommendations from Jason Foster, manager at The Imperial Hotel’s health and fitness centre Mint Condition.
Just because it’s Winter doesn’t mean you can’t get out and about and enjoy yourself, and with North Wales boasting unrivalled and now famous activities we guarantee you’ll experience a thrill like no other.
We recently exhibited at the Wedding Fayre in Venue Cymru and from the moment the doors opened to them closing we were rushed off our feet and thoroughly enjoyed meeting so many couples who are in the early stages of planning their wedding. At the same time were able to keep a beady eye on the fabulous catwalk shows and thought we’d pass on what the current trends are.
Huge congratulations to Jay Foster, manager of Mint Condition and Dafydd Pesic-Smith, assistant manager who completed the Enter the Dragon Challenge and were still smiling at the end!
Housekeeping has done a sterling job in collating all our old blankets which we have dropped off at the RSPCA's Bryn-y-Maen centre in Upper Colwyn.