A five star hotel in Watford has completed the final part of its three-year renovations.

Work at The Grove near Leavesden, which involved redecorating the inside and outside of the building and upgrading the hotel and spa facilities, has now officially finished.

The last stage saw upgrades to the mansion suites' mouldings, fireplaces and curved windows.

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There were also restorations made to the marble bathrooms and wooden flooring, as well as improvements to the spa space and a restaurant.

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The Grove is homed in a Grade II listed building and is surrounded by 300 acres of countryside.

It also boasts a spa, 18-hole golf course and five restaurants on site.

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It has been awarded the Condé Nast Johansens Awards for Excellence as the best immersive experience.

The hotel has seen the likes of Barack Obama visit as well as housing the England football team during the 2020 UEFA final. 

It also hosted The World Golf Championships in 2006, when Tiger Woods won the tournament.