New hotel owner checks into Cardiff

November 7, 2016 by  

One of the most luxurious hotels found in Print company in Cardiff printing services Cardiff is now under new ownership after it was sold to major Irish hotel group, Dalata in a deal worth £24 million.

The Clayton Hotel is situated not far from Cardiff Central train station and is a four-star establishment boasting a total of 216 bedrooms. Its new owner, Dalata Hotels, has built up a reputation as the leading hotel chain in Ireland, and secured the hotel through a deal that was conducted off market, via a private investor whose identity has not been disclosed.

Savills, the real estate advisory firm, served as the representative for Dalata during this process. EJ Hales, a firm of property advisors based in Cardiff, performed this role on behalf of The Clayton, a hotel that also contains eatery Viva Brazil and seven rooms designed for business meetings.

EJ Hales spokesman, Dan Griffiths told Wales Online that:

“The sale of Clayton Hotel represents significant confidence in Cardiff. The good relationship between the two parties allowed the sale to have a quick turnaround, making sense for both parties.”

Savills associate director, Richard Dawes added that the purchase by Dalata showed that the ongoing regeneration of the city was having a positive impact.

As with other hotels located in Cardiff, the Clayton can make use of places that print brochures to help showcase its amenities.