11th February 2020

The final phase of a six-figure refurbishment at Ramada by Wyndham Belfast is now complete, elevating the guest experience in the hotels public areas, bedrooms and conference areas.

The hotel, situated at the heart of Belfast’s bustling Cathedral Quarter, has marked the completion of the final phase of its £450,000 refurbishment – triggered by its rebrand from Ramada Encore to Ramada by Wyndham.

The first phase included refreshing the existing 150 standard bedrooms while creating an additional 15 executive rooms with upgraded furnishings and amenities including Bluetooth speakers. Guests staying in the executive rooms are greeted with welcome hampers containing a bathrobe, slippers, drinks, additional toiletries and local snacks including Tayto crisps and Club Orange.

Phase two included a revamp of the public areas with new flooring and artwork including instagrammable monochrome photography of local landmarks and colourful cityscapes from Belfast artist Keith Drury.

The meeting and conference facilities at Ramada by Wyndham Belfast have also been given some TLC with updated carpets, colour scheme and lighting. The larger conference area also comes with the added value of a breakout area, including a Recharge station kitted out with refreshments at no additional cost.

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.”

Ramada by Wyndham Belfast, which boasts 165 bedrooms, bar, restaurant and outstanding conference facilities, sits just a stone’s throw from the Titanic Quarter, the SSE Arena and the ICC Belfast. Guests are also in easy reach of the city’s shopping district, which is just minutes away, and the University of Ulster Belfast Campus, which sits on the hotel’s doorstep.

Ramada by Wyndham Belfast is managed by RBH, the UK’s leading independent hotel management company.