Belfast's Ramada Encore Hotel Rebranded Following £450k Revamp

By Dave Simpson
Belfast's Ramada Encore Hotel Rebranded Following £450k Revamp

Belfast's Ramada Encore hotel has been rebranded as the Ramada by Wyndham Belfast following a £450,000 refurbishment.

As part of the venue's revamp, all of its standard rooms were redecorated and 15 new executive rooms have been added to the premises.

The Belfast Telegraph quotes Ramada by Wyndham Belfast general manager Marc McCrae as saying, "We're thrilled to not only see the results of this significant investment, but to introduce guests to our new brand."

"An Important Milestone"

McCrae continued, "The completion of the refurbishment and our rebrand marks an important milestone for the hotel. We're lucky enough to stand in the heart of the Cathedral Quarter.

"Thanks to that, and the city's booming tourist trade, we have enjoyed plenty of success in recent years, and we look forward to continuing this trend by ensuring nothing less than a first-class experience for our guests."

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