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Ramada by Wyndham Hotel Belfast completes £450k refurbishment

Ryan McAleer

THE Ramada by Wyndham Hotel in Belfast's Cathedral Quarter has announced the completion of a £450,000 refurbishment project.

The 165-bedroom venue at St Anne's Square, is managed by independent hotel management company RBH.

The investment included rebranding the hotel from its previous name, Ramada Encore.

The first phase included refreshing the existing 150 standard bedrooms while creating an additional 15 executive rooms with upgraded furnishings and amenities. Phase two included a revamp of the public areas with new flooring and artwork.

The hotel's meeting and conference facilities have also been upgraded.

Marc McCrae, general manager of Ramada by Wyndham Belfast, said: “It's with great pride we mark the final completion of our rebrand from Ramada Encore to Ramada by Wyndham and the associated refurbishment. We now operate under a full service brand with 24 hour reception, 24 hour room service and an elevated offering for guests.

“We believe the updates really enhance our offering to guests across all touch points of the hotel.”

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