Refurbishment of major Fife hotel due to be completed in early 2021
The plans include increasing bedroom capacity, expanding conference facilities, new events space entrance to include a reception area and port cochere, outdoor landscaping and adding car parking spaces including electric charging points.
Work started in January with completion in early 2021.
General manager Helen McBride said: “We are excited about the project and are eager to progress the construction work.
“This renovation will involve a big improvement to our meetings and conference spaces and extra course-facing rooms which will allow us to ‘wow’ more guests with that incredible view of the Old Course and West Sands beach.”
The project comes following an extension and refurbishment that was completed in 2018 to the hotel’s Kohler Waters Spa and Fitness Centre. A few months prior to this, the hotel also refurbished a number of bedrooms and replaced the roof of the main building with one made of recycled car tyres to deflect stray golf balls from the adjacent Old Course.
The hotel, owned by Kohler Co, currently features 144 rooms including 35 elegant suites, six restaurants/bars, The Duke’s golf course and the award-winning Kohler Waters Spa and Fitness Centre.