SOCIAL PICS: Luxury Hotel Faithlegg Unveils Revamped New Look
One of Waterford’s most luxurious hotels, Faithlegg, last night welcomed an array of guests to celebrate its new revamp and refurbishment. Special guests from the world of entertainment, sport and business joined General Manager Liam Moran and his team to celebrate Faithlegg’s new brand positioning, entitled “Draws you in”.
This strategy seeks to capture the history of the estate while also making it relevant to today’s world, with bedroom upgrades, new age décor with opulent luxury, all the while entrenching it in the heritage of its surroundings.
A glittering gathering of guests from the world of entertainment, media, sport, business and
the local community gathered at Faithlegg Hotel to celebrate the launch.
Joining General Manager Liam Moran and his team to mark the occasion were special guests including Irish model Teodora Sutra, 2FM’s Stephen Byrne and Munster rugby star Jack O’Donoghue. Host for the evening was legendary broadcaster Marty Whelan, with the ever-popular Papa Zitas providing the musical accompaniment.
Following a sparkling drinks reception, guests sampled a selection of canapes taking inspiration from the current A la Carte menu at Faithlegg Hotel. Executive Chef Jenny Flynn and her team worked with local suppliers to create the delicious menu on the night.
The vision for the Faithlegg rebrand encapsulates all that Faithlegg has to offer and more. The brand’s visual rejuvenation captures a sense of old world charm in a way that is clean and polished. By respecting its heritage and yet delicately turning it on its head, they created a modern and fresh brand with a timeless quality.
As part of the rebrand, Faithlegg Hotel upgraded 14 master bedrooms in the old house and 68 deluxe bedrooms in the hotel’s new wing. The ground floor restaurant of the hotel was also upgraded. Designed by Liz Harte Interior Designers, the new décor now offers an old-world charm, blended with opulent luxury.
Speaking at the special event to mark the completion of this phase of development, General Manager Liam Moran said, “The hotel rebrand has allowed us to delve into the history of Faithlegg and bring it to life for our guests.
We’ve noticed over the last number of years that our guests come to stay with us because we know how to make each person’s stay individual to their needs and that’s what sets us apart from the rest. This is an exciting time for Faithlegg Hotel and we look forward to watching the hotel grow and prosper.”