Co. Waterford’s Faithlegg Hotel Celebrates Long-Service Awards

By Dave Simpson
Co. Waterford’s Faithlegg Hotel Celebrates Long-Service Awards

Certified as a Great Place to Work 2023, Co. Waterford’s Faithlegg Hotel has a number of long-standing employees who have just been celebrated by the venue.

A Token Of Appreciation

Committed to celebrating its team, group CEO David Kelly made a presentation to each person, as a token of the group’s appreciation for their long and distinguished service.

In total, 25 of the team members were honoured on the night for providing upwards of ten years of service.

The night commenced with the recipients’ red-carpet arrival at Faithlegg and a drinks reception, wherein a toast was made to their service and achievement in the industry, followed by a celebratory dinner.

The hotel noted that it looks forward to many more years of continued success, built by the efforts of its fantastic team.


Relaunch In 2018

Faithlegg Hotel was relaunched in 2018, after undergoing a refurbishment.

At the time of the venue’s relaunch, guests from the world of entertainment, media, sport, business, and the local community gathered in Waterford to celebrate the relaunch, which followed the completion of a €1.5 million refurbishment programme.

Joining the Faithlegg team to mark the occasion at the time were special guests, including Irish model Teodora Sutra, 2FM’s Stephen Byrne, and Munster Rugby star Jack O’Donoghue, with the festivities being hosted by broadcaster Marty Whelan and musical entertainment being provided by the Papa Zitas.

As part of the rebrand, 14 master bedrooms were upgraded in the venue’s old house, as well as 68 deluxe bedrooms in the hotel’s new wing. The ground-floor restaurant also underwent a revamp, with the decor being designed by Liz Harte Interior Designers.

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