I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! contestants usually have the grand Palazzo Versace hotel to look forward to after weeks of eating critters and slumming it in the Australian jungle.
However, with the show taking place in Wales again this year, things are a little different.
Stars who exit the show are now treated to a few nights in a gorgeous Cheshire hotel after being booted out of camp.
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Following the show's relocation in 2020, contestants will now be living it up at Carden Park Hotel, which is just over an hour’s drive from Gwrych castle.
And it’s no wonder the hotel has been chosen for a second time, as it’s the perfect place to unwind after weeks of sleeping in hammocks in the freezing cold castle.
Carden Park Hotel offers a gorgeous spa, golf courses and even a vineyard for the celebs to enjoy after their time in the castle, with plenty of suites available for the stars to relax in.
The rooms even offer idyllic views of the Cheshire countryside and the property boasts four restaurants and bars.
All of the food is overseen by executive head chef Graham Tinsley MBE.
The spa, which is worth a whopping £12million, also features an all-weather champagne bar outside.
This year's series will see stars including Richard Madeley, Frankie Bridge, and Matty Lee all enter Gwrych Castle.
The stars have already entered the camp ahead of the show's first episode, which is set to air Sunday 21 November on ITV.
The first trial of the series has taken place, and viewers will able to watch it unravel on-screen as the new series gets underway.
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