Culloden Estate and Spa invests £1m on refurbishment and spa

The Culloden Estate and Spa near Belfast is investing more than £1m on an ongoing refurbishment, including a spa upgrade.

The Culloden Estate and Spa
The Culloden Estate and Spa

Various parts of the hotel have been included in the investment programme, which includes a new-look Mitre restaurant and refurbished bedrooms including the four original tower suites. The spa will begin being refurbished this month as part of the programme.  

The Estate boasts eight flexible conference and banqueting suites, including the Highland Business Centre, and can fit up to 2,000 delegates. It also offers audio visual aids, data projectors, screens and microphones and 12 acres of landscaped gardens that can be used for team building exercises. There is also a helipad onsite.

Adrian McNally, general manager of the hotel, said: "We are delighted to unveil the results of our latest refurbishment which was an investment by Hastings Hotels in excess of £1m. The refurbishment is part of the ongoing investment programme that we at Hastings Hotels pride ourselves on to ensure we make the most of our properties and our people as we continue to offer our guests a first class service every time."

More:

Surgeons to be first to try out new-look Belfast Waterfront

Galgorm Resort & Spa to unveil luxury extension

Belfast tower block to become hotel

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