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Dalata refurbs Belfast Clayton

Dalata has invested £1.5 million in refurbishing its four-star Clayton hotel in Belfast. The project will involve an upgrade of 139 of the 170 bedrooms as well as the addition of a new bar and restaurant.
 Commenting on the renovations, Clayton Hotel Belfast sales and marketing manager Naomi Wilson said, "We are delighted to announce the £1.5m refurbishment investment at Clayton Hotel Belfast - 2018 is set to be a fantastic year for tourism in Belfast city centre and we want to ensure that all our customers receive the very best experience during their stay with us."
Dalata originally acquired the Clayton Hotel Belfast in 2015, before which it was a Holiday Inn. It is one of three hotels the company currently operates in Ulster, with its fourth, a Maldron off of Belfast's Bedford Street, set to open to the public in March.
 

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