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The Heritage unveil new €3 million refurbishment and rebranding in glittering gathering

The Heritage, formerly The Heritage Killenard, completed its €3 million investment, unveiling new refurbishment and rebrand in a ravishing event last night.

Special guests from the world of entertainment, sport, and business joined General Manager, Ger Alley, and his team to celebrate the official re-launch of The Heritage

The major ground floor refurbishment showcases new age décor with opulent luxury to reflect the new brand positioning

The Heritage’s new brand positioning captures everything that guests want from their own perfect escape.

Chief Executive of FBD Hotels & Resorts, David Kelly, and General Manager of The Heritage, Ger Alley, officially re-launched the hotel in a glittering gathering.

As part of the refurbishment, The Heritage upgraded the ground floor bar and restaurant of the hotel, as well as the afternoon tea space and ballroom.

Another major part of the refurbishment was the spa and leisure centre, which is one of the largest such dedicated spaces in Ireland, boasting 7,000 square metres of treatment rooms, as well as a thermal suite and leisure facilities.

Host for the evening was legendary broadcaster Marty Whelan, with live music from The Late Late Show band, The Camembert Quartet.

Following a sparkling drinks reception, guests sampled a selection of canapés taking inspiration from the current A la Carte menu at The Heritage.

General Manager Ger Alley said: “This is an important moment for The Heritage.

“Getting to this point today wouldn’t have been possible without the support and energy from the team here at the hotel.

“It’s incredible to see so many people coming out to support the re-launch of the hotel this evening.

This is an exciting time for The Heritage, and we look forward to welcoming existing and new guests to the hotel in the coming future.”

 

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Aedín graduated from University of Limerick with a degree in Journalism and New Media. She is a proud Townie with a passion for all things sports and doesn't like to speak about the 2016 blip in Portlaoise's bid to 10-in-a-row.