Palm Court Hotel: Great Yarmouth News

An exciting new look is coming to the Palm Court Hotel.

An exciting new look is coming to the Palm Court Hotel.

The team there are carrying out work on the bedrooms as part of a major upgrade for 2021.

Seafront hotels unite for 10-mile charity challenge

Staff from two Great Yarmouth hotels are preparing to put their best foot forward to raise money for families and individuals in need this Christmas.

Team members from sister hotels Palm Court and Marine Lodge, will be taking part in a socially distanced walk along the seafront on Monday, December 21, to support the Salvation Army’s Christmas Appeal.

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Staff mark a huge milestone at family-run hotels

Nigel Carter, head chef at Palm Court, and Scott Barnes, hotel manager at Marine Lodge, have been with the family-run businesses – both run by brothers Jason and Nick Delf – for a combined total of 55 years.

The long service has seen them work for three generations of the same family, while building up a firm friendship of their own.

Both started at just 15 and 16 years old, with Nigel recently completing 30 years, and Scott, 25 years.

History of Norfolk hotel revealed as old safe is cracked open

Owners of a Norfolk hotel were on tenterhooks as they broke open an old safe re-discovered during refurbishment work.

But rather than bundles of cash or priceless heirlooms, all they found was an old newspaper cutting from the summer of 1966 about the history of the 70-room Palm Court on Great Yarmouth’s seafront.

World War II letter reveals hotelier’s plea to save his business

Typing a letter at his barracks in India on 17 September 1945, Joe Delf told his superiors the Imperial Hotel in Great Yarmouth had finally been derequisitioned by the military, exposing him to significant debts.