Clayton Hotel Belfast opens new business centre
From left, Jonathan Topping, general manager and Courtney Mallen, meeting & events sales supervisor.
Clayton Hotels has unveiled the next stage of a £3m investment at its four-star Belfast City Centre site, a new, state-of-the-art Meeting and Events Centre offering flexible, tailor-made business solutions in the heart of the city.
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 and serviced by an experienced team providing a high-quality service tailored to business requirements.
The facility also features a wireless waiter, enabling 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 with the upgrade of 170 bedrooms and refurbishment of Avenue 22 restaurant and bar, showcasing a range of local produce offering visitors a unique taste of Belfast and Northern Ireland and the introduction of the Red Bean Roastery coffee dock.
The investment programme will continue into 2020 with refurbishment of the Olympic Suite to cater for up to 550 guests and the Club Vitae gym and changing area.
“We are delighted to unveil our brand-new state of the art Meeting and Events centre, with additional features, as part of our ongoing £3m investment programme in the hotel,” said Jonathan Topping, general manager, Clayton Hotel Belfast. “This investment is part of our commitment and support to Belfast City as a must visit destination for business and leisure.
“Being located in the heart of Belfast City Centre makes us the ideal conference and meeting partner as well as the perfect location from which to explore the city. With our programme continuing into 2020, we very much look forward to working with all our partners to ensure that we provide the best possible experience to all our guests.”
Clayton Hotel Belfast is part of Dalata Hotel Group, Ireland’s largest hotel operator.