I’m a Celebrity campmates stay in a luxurious hotel after being voted out, it’s been revealed.
Hollie Arnold MBE and Ruthie Henshall, who have left camp, were rumoured to be staying in Conwy.
The recently-evicted celebrities are understood to have been whisked to Carden Park Hotel, Cheshire instead.
The 4-star hotel, located across the border in Cheshire, is around an hours drive from Gwrych Castle.
The news was revealed by Good Morning Britain’s Ross King on the ITV show earlier this morning.
The hotel is nestled in 1,000 acres of rolling countryside and there are a variety of ammenities on site.
This includes an AA Rosette awarded restaurant, championship golf courses as well as a new £10m spa.
It has almost 200 bedrooms – with the celebrities likely making use of the hotel’s variety of lavish suites.
The suites are said to provide a relaxing break, offering a walk-in rainfall shower as well as a large bathtub.
Carden Park Hotel has two restaurants and two bars situated.
The executive head chef is Graham Tinsley MBE.
The celebrities can also enjoy the brand new spa and golf courses during their stay after I’m a Celebrity.
Treatments including massages and facials are available, along with an all-weather champagne bar too.
Rooms at the Cheshire hotel are said to start from £89 – with the luxury suites instead priced from £189.
The new series of I’m a Celebrity, which is filmed in North Wales, continues on ITV later tonight at 9pm.
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