Clayton Hotel Belfast announced partnership with Ulster Rugby

Clayton Hotel Belfast announced partnership with Ulster Rugby

Clayton Hotel Belfast, part of Dalata Group Hotel Group plc, Ireland’s largest hotel operator with hotels located in 12 major destinations across Ireland and the UK, will be the preferred hotel partner for Ulster Rugby during the 18/19 season.

The partnership, which has continued between the hotel and the club since the Women’s Rugby World Cup last year, will feature special customer packages including tickets and accommodation.
Earlier this year the 4-star Clayton Hotel Belfast completed a £1.5 million refurbishment programme which included the upgrading of 139 of its 170 bedrooms and refurbished restaurant and bar facilities.

The relationship with Ulster Rugby is part of Clayton Hotel group’s ongoing investment programme which includes a commitment to expanding their existing relationships with Irish rugby clubs.

General Manager for Clayton Hotel Belfast, Jonathan Topping commented:
“On behalf of Clayton Hotel Belfast we are delighted to announce our hotel partnership with Ulster Rugby for the 18/19 season.

“This relationship is part of Clayton Hotel Group’s ongoing commitment to working with Irish rugby clubs as well as the perfect opportunity to showcase Clayton Hotel Belfast as the perfect destination for supporters and visitors during Ulster Rugby games.

“We look forward to welcoming all supporters to the hotel over the next year and wish Ulster Rugby every success with the forthcoming season.”

Fiona Hampton, Head of Sales and Marketing at Ulster Rugby added:
“Ulster Rugby is delighted to have partnered with Clayton Hotel Belfast as Preferred Hotel Partner for the 18/19 season.

“As one of our designated team hotels for the Women’s Rugby World Cup in 2017 we have a great working relationship with the team there and know they can deliver on the additional requirements that professional sporting teams require.

“Clayton Hotel Belfast will deliver an excellent visitor experience for teams and supporters alike staying in the city.”