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Beannchor To Create 100 Hotel Jobs In Belfast

16 Jun 2015

Beannchor To Create 100 Hotel Jobs In Belfast

Beannchor, the biggest hospitality group in Northern Ireland, are set to create around 100 hotel jobs in Belfast with a new 55 bedroom property in the capital.

The hotel, to be located at Lagan House on the corner of Victoria Street and Ann Street, will cost £4 million to build but could be ready as early as spring next year if planning approval is given. The investment will create dozens of full and part time jobs for students and people with experience in the hospitality sector.

Once the 100 new positions are filled, Beannchor will employ more than 700 people in a variety of full and part time roles in the hospitality industry.

Conall Wolsey, Managing Director of Beannchor explained the ethos of the future hotel and some of the facilities that it will boast, saying: “We’re delighted to be bringing a new hotel concept to Belfast and Northern Ireland. This will be a hotel that we see as relevant to the modern day life of our customers; a hotel led by design, technology, efficiency, all in a friendly atmosphere, with the service that Beannchor is renowned for within the hospitality industry.

“The life of the hotel will be the public ground floor space, which will feature a restaurant, bar and coffee shop. We see this space being used day and night by a range of people, not just hotel guests. It will be a place where people can work, relax and socialise, within Belfast’s vibrant social scene in the heart of the city centre.”

Beannchor’s Finance Director, James Sinton, added that the hospitality sector was one of the most important for the future economy of Belfast and other parts of Northern Ireland, stressing that big investments like their new hotel were vital to sustainable economic growth in the region.

“This latest investment of around £4million follows our major investment of over £20million in the hospitality industry in recent years and will be a major economic boost to the city centre and the wider hospitality sector. The creation of 100 new full time and part time jobs will be good news for Belfast. Beannchor prides itself on creating long and meaningful careers, underpinned by our ongoing staff training and development programmes, in one of Northern Ireland’s most exciting industries,” said Mr Sinton.

We advertise all different sorts of full and part time jobs in Belfast, and hotel jobs are no exception. If you have some time on your hands and are eager to earn and learn, then apply for work in Belfast today.

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