Premier Inn is hoping to boost its Welsh venues by extending one of its hotels in north Wales.
The hotel chain has applied for planning permission to almost double the size of its Caernarfon venue, the Daily Post reported.
Currently, Premier Inn at Victoria Dock has 49 bedrooms, but it is hoped this could be increased by a further 46 rooms if permission is granted by Gwynedd Council's planning committee.
Planning manager Gruff Morris, in a report recommending that permission is granted subject to a number of conditions, said: "The impact of the proposal would be beneficial to the town in terms of confirming business viability and tourism attraction."
The news comes just days after Premier Inn's London venues celebrated the royal wedding by offering guests Kate and William-adorned bed covers.
A spokesman for the hotel chain said Premier Inn likes to treat its guests like royalty whenever it can.