The launch of the 35,705sq ft (3,317 sq m) Ramada Encore Warrington in winter 2008 will further raise the competitiveness of Birchwood Park, and that of Warrington, in the North West commercial property market.
It will also see the creation of approximately 60 full- and part-time jobs for the local economy.
The hotel will be a new leisure service for Warrington’s business and consumer markets, offering a restaurant, bar and coffee shop, as well as contemporary guest rooms and work zone with data ports and free wifi for business travelers.
It joins Birchwood Park’s extensive portfolio of services, including The Centre with its meeting and restaurant amenities, the Alive and Well gym and fitness centre and Busy Nought to Fives nursery.
Said MEPC Birchwood Park’s managing director, Jonathan Walsh: "The hotel will affirm Birchwood Park as a leading North West destination for business and increase its competitiveness against city centre locations."
The Ramada Encore is being developed by Ramcore Hotels and managed by BDL Management which also owns and operates other branded hotels such as Crowne Plaza and Holiday Inn.
Ewan Campbell, managing director of Ramcore, said: "We look forward to this new opportunity to deliver our high-quality, value for money service. Birchwood Park is a development of increasing stature within the North West office market, and we are confident that our presence on the park will bring considerable mutual benefit."
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