Refurbishment underway at Holiday Inn Express Antrim

Guest bedrooms at the Holiday Inn Express Antrim are being refurbished.
Works at the hotel began on 14 November and will see £110,000 invested in making improvements to 30 rooms.

As part of the wider initiative, all of the property’s 90 bedrooms will be refurbished by the end of 2018, marking an overall investment of £350,000.

The makeover will be in line with the recently launched Holiday Inn Express Next Generation redesign, developed with industry-leading experts to meet the changing needs of today’s ‘Smart Travellers’.

The project will see the carpets, lighting, curtains, chairs and artwork in the rooms all replaced, while the hotel will take delivery of a new bed for every room to ensure guests enjoy a great night’s sleep.

Work at the hotel, managed by the UK’s leading independent hotel management company, Redefine BDL Hotels (RBH), is expected to be completed by 25 November.

Diane McMullan, general manager at Holiday Inn Express Antrim, said: “This investment will allow us to make some fantastic upgrades to our rooms.

“The investment underlines the commitment we have to improving every aspect of our guests’ experience at our hotel.

“We felt that modernising the rooms was a long overdue project and we’re all excited about how much this will enhance what we have to offer.

“We have put a lot of thought into the improvements being carried out and we are sure they will prove popular with our regular guests and newcomers alike.”

Holiday Inn Express Antrim is located off the M2, near Belfast International Airport. It features four purpose-build meeting rooms and free WiFi access for all guests.

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