Belfast Telegraph

New name for Belfast's Ramada hotel after £450,000 makeover

The Ramada by Wyndham Belfast at the Cathedral Quarter
The Ramada by Wyndham Belfast at the Cathedral Quarter

By Staff Reporter

A Belfast city centre hotel has been refurbished and rebranded in a five-month project costing £450,000.

The former Ramada Encore is now named the Ramada by Wyndham Belfast.

The hotel at St Anne's Square is managed by RBH.

All 150 standard rooms have been redecorated, including new beds, linens, throws and artwork.

Another 15 executive rooms have also been created, with upgraded furnishings, including carpets and Bluetooth speakers.

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

"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.

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"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."

There are nearly 30 Ramada by Wyndam hotels in the UK, though the Belfast hotel is the first on the island of Ireland.

Belfast Telegraph