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£3m conference facilities upgrade at Clayton Hotel

Unveiling the new conference and meeting centre at Clayton Hotel Belfast are general manager Jonathan Topping and meeting & events sales supervisor Courtney Mallen

CLAYTON Hotel on Belfast's Ormeau Avenue has unveiled the next stage of its £3 million investment at its four-star city centre site, which has seen it upgrade its meeting and events centre.

The new facilities include 13 fully air-conditioned meeting and break out rooms for training days, boardroom meetings and conferences, all with integrated audio-visual equipment.

The facility also features a ‘wireless waiter’ which enables organisers to press a button for assistance without leaving the room. Delegates will also have access to the hotel’s Club Vitae health club which features the only swimming pool in Belfast city centre.

The hotel’s investment programme started in 2018 featuring the upgrading of 170 bedrooms, refurbishing Avenue 22 restaurant and bar showcasing a range of local produce.

The investment programme will continue into next year and will include the refurbishment of the Olympic Suite to cater for up to 550 guests and the Club Vitae gym and changing area.

Jonathan Topping, general manager at Clayton Hotel Belfast, which is part of Ireland’s largest hotel operator Dalata Group, said: “This key investment is part of our commitment and support to Belfast city as a must visit destination for business and leisure.”

As well as Belfast, Clayton operates hotels in Cardiff, Cork, Dublin, Galway, Sligo, Limerick, Leeds, London, Birmingham, Manchester and Wexford.

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