It has been stylishly renovated, with influences of the buildings rich history throughout – and the facade remains as it was when the lights dimmed for the last time in 1975. There's a huge nightclub, Palace, in the old theatre auditorium – which is spread over two vast floors. And, the vaulted ceilings and decor have been restored to their former glory. The guest rooms are simple and modern – with en-suite bathrooms and mod cons, including a TV and tea and coffee making facilities. But we've not even mentioned the best bit – there's a golf simulator, where you can play on 20 real courses and the clubs will be provided, along with a pool hall boasting 13 American pool tables, and one original. There's also the Frites Restaurant, serving breakfasts through to artisan sausages, Frankfurts and Belgian chips.