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Clayton Hotel Ballsbridge Unveils New Look After Major Refurbishment

Clayton Hotel Ballsbridge Unveils New Look After Major Refurbishment
October 05
10:08 2018

Clayton Hotel Ballsbridge has unveiled the final elements of a major refurbishment that sees the hotel provide an enhanced offering for guests. The hotel, which is owned and operated by Dalata Hotel Group and is already one of the Dublin’s leading hotels, took approximately 7 months and a €9 million refurbishment to complete. The renovation has elevated the hotel to become a sophisticated and contemporary destination situated in the capital’s embassy belt in the heart of Dublin 4.

The original building, dating from the 1880’s and built as a Freemasons’ Girls School, offers Victorian architecture at its most striking and ornate. Original features such as intricate mosaic-work, stained glass, and intact fixtures and fittings are retained throughout the premises including Thomas Prior Hall, an adjacent building that can cater for large functions as is a popular wedding venue as well as corporate function room.

The newly refurbished Clayton Hotel Ballsbridge features a stylish new design throughout all 335 guest bedrooms and suites, including an additional 31 guest bedrooms, and enhanced lower ground floor lounge, bar and outdoor patio terrace accessible from the gardens.

The Grandstand Bar & Restaurant offers an enjoyable menu with an emphasis on artisan ingredients sourced from local suppliers. With a capacity of 170 in the main restaurant, the Grandstand Bar & Restaurant can also cater up to 50 guests in its superb 1880 Private Dining Room, located just off the main restaurant.

Denyse Campbell, General Manager at Clayton Hotel Ballsbridge, said: “We are thrilled to finally unveil the results of this significant investment and renovation. We recognised the evolving needs and expectations of our guests and customers and it was our vision to reflect that at every touchpoint. We were ever-mindful of the original architecture and we have made sure to retain the important features at each step along the way.”

Guests and visitors to Clayton Hotel Ballsbridge can also enjoy a light food menu throughout the day and a stylish cocktail menu from the bar, which also features an impressive selection of gins, tonics and tasty aromatic accoutrements from its very own Gin Factory.

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Denyse Campbell, General Manager Clayton Ballsbridge, and Stephen McNally, Deputy Chief Executive of Dalata Hotel Group pictured at the launch of the newly refurbished Clayton Hotel Ballsbridge.

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