Published: 00:00, 09 August 2016 |
Updated: 09:35, 09 August 2016
Lovers of the fizz can get their glass of champagne from the Hythe Imperial Hotel, which has opened its fully dedicated bar.
The new Moet & Chandon Champagne Bar opened last week and is on the first floor of the hotel, next to the ballroom.
It was formally opened by the mayor of Hythe, Michael Lyons, on Thursday, August 4, and began serving guests and residents the next day.
Denise Vas, the hotel’s general manager, said: ““We’re very proud that the Hythe Imperial is the home of Moet & Chandon in Kent.
“It really is a glorious spot to relax and enjoy a glass or two of bubbly while taking in the magnificent sea views.”
The bar is open to the public from Wednesday to Sunday, and is available for hire for private functions on Monday and Tuesday.
For more information on the Hythe Imperial Hotel and the new Moet & Chandon bar, visit www.hytheimperial.co.uk.
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