Who needs Versace? Inside the stately Carden Park Hotel in Cheshire where I’m A Celebrity stars have stayed after being ousted from camp

  • The luxury Versace hotel in Australia is usually the home of I’m A Celebrity contestants after they have left camp
  • The Carden Park Hotel in Cheshire is an hour’s drive from Gwrych Castle in Wales where the show was filmed for the first time this year amid the coronavirus pandemic.
  • Two of his house mates have already been expelled from camp, Holly Arnold and Ruthie Henschel, who will be staying at Cardin Park, with ten celebs remaining competing for the final.
  • The hotel boasts four fine dining restaurants and there are no bad Pushtucker trials in sight, and Executive Chef Graham Tinsley oversees all food.
  • There is also a huge golf course, a £ 12m spa facility and guests can enjoy themed evenings, such as a Bollinger tasting event.
  • Rooms cost around £ 89, with suites starting at £ 189, while a spa treatment will cost you around £ 45.

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The luxury Versace hotel in Australia is usually the home of I’m A Celebrity contestants after they have left camp.

But this year, they will have to make themselves at home at the Carden Park Hotel in Cheshire which is just an hour’s drive from Gwrych Castle in Wales, where the series was first filmed amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Two of his house mates have already been eliminated from camp, Holly Arnold and Ruthie Henschel, who will be staying at Cardin Park, with ten celebs remaining in the final.

Live It Already: Two house mates have already been expelled from the camp, Holly Arnold and Ruthie Henshal, who will be staying at Cardin Park, with ten celebs remaining in the final.

Live It Already: Two house mates have already been expelled from camp, Holly Arnold and Ruthie Henschel, who will be staying at Cardin Park, with ten celebs remaining in the final.

Ross King revealed the hotel’s accommodation Monday morning in Britain.

The hotel boasts four fine dining restaurants and there are no bad Pushtucker trials in sight, and all gourmet chef Graham Tinsley MBE oversees.

There’s also a huge golf course, and a £ 12m spa facility, and guests can enjoy themed evenings, like a Bollinger tasting event.

Countdown to the days: Frozen campers will no doubt be looking to replace the cold castle with a hot shower and meals

Countdown to the days: Frozen campers will no doubt be looking to replace the cold castle with a hot shower and meals

So much to look forward to: There's a huge golf course, and a £ 12million spa facility, and guests can enjoy theme evenings, like a Bollinger tasting event.

So much to look forward to: There’s a huge golf course, and a £ 12million spa facility, and guests can enjoy themed evenings, like a Bollinger tasting event

No more cute grubs: The hotel boasts four fancy restaurants and no sinister trials in sight, all food is overseen by CEO Graham Tinsley MBE

No more cute grubs: The hotel has four fancy restaurants and no sinister trials in sight, all foods are overseen by CEO Graham Tinsley’s MBE

Greenery: With views of Nicklaus Golf Course and Cheshire countryside, stunning bathrooms and bedrooms feature star-lit ceilings and a Sonos sound system

Greenery: With views of Nicklaus Golf Course and Cheshire countryside, stunning bathrooms and bedrooms feature star-lit ceilings and a Sonos sound system

And after weeks of staying in the castle, which appears to freeze and requires someone else to operate the mold-free shower manually, guests can truly stay in the bosom of luxury.

With views of Nicklaus Golf Course and Cheshire countryside, the stunning bathrooms and bedrooms feature star-lit ceilings and a Sonos sound system.

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There’s a 50 ” TV with full SKY channel, an amazing fireplace, because whoever needs a campfire anymore, comfy robes and a Nespresso machine – no need to visit Kiosk Cledwyn here.

A little different: Palazzo Versace (pictured) on Gold Coast, Australia, is the usual place to go to celebs after leaving camp

A little different: Palazzo Versace (pictured) on Gold Coast, Australia, is the usual place to go to celebs after leaving camp

The Shock: In April, nearly 200 employees of the Versace Hotel were reported to have resigned after being forced into lockdown amid the coronavirus pandemic.

The Shock: In April, nearly 200 employees of the Versace Hotel were reported to have resigned after being forced into lockdown amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Rooms cost around £ 89, with suites starting at £ 189, while a spa treatment will cost you around £ 45.

In April, it was reported that around 200 employees of the Versace Hotel had resigned after being forced into closure amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Palazzo Versace, located on the Gold Coast, has closed its doors after a travel ban was imposed to slow the spread of the virus.

Employees were left in trouble as they were told there was not enough money to pay their dues.

The hotel first began scaling back operations and curbing shifts on March 23 when the outbreak began to worsen.

Staff were initially told that they would be able to use the annual and extended service leave to keep them afloat as the hotel assessed the dire situation.

“I can see my girls!” Ruthie Henshal was the second celebrity to have been voted off the series