Two people taken into custody after hotel in Llandudno is targeted for second time

A HOTEL which has closed ‘permanently’ in Llandudno has been targeted for a second time.

The Queens Hotel, on the seafront, was broken into on Thursday, March 25 sometimes before 7pm. North Wales Police Community Safety Central say two suspects were found on the property and taken into custody.

In June 2020, bottles of alcohol were stolen from the property.

A spokesperson from North Wales Police said they received a report of a break-in at 6.49pm on March 25.

“The suspects were arrested on site,” they added. 

No information was given in terms of what, if anything, had been taken.

The 83-bedroom hotel, which has a large dining area with circa 160 covers and function facilities comprising two large ballrooms, was one of three establishments, owned by Northern Powerhouse Developments, that had been placed in administration.

On Thursday, May 7 2020 it closed its doors after welcoming guests for more than a century.

North Wales Pioneer | Llandudno