The Mulranny Park Hotel
is once again making the news following the selection of its website as the Best Hospitality Website by the National Hospitality Magazine. This is a prestigious award and is a further reflection of how the hotel continues to innovate to meet the demands of the sophisticated Irish and international tourist. Its proprietors had understood the need for “immediate and accessible information in a user-friendly manner”, the judges said.
www.mulrannyparkhotel.ie was re-launched in January 2010 following an extensive overhaul. Speaking this week, Dermot Madigan pointed out that a significant amount of time was invested in putting the new site together. “Gone are the days when having a web presence of any type was enough. To survive in today’s market it is essential to have a website that captures the essence of the product on offer. Our product here in Mulranny is as good, and indeed better, than anything else available in Ireland, and our website is the window through which the world looks at us. We’re delighted that the National Hospitality Magazine has recognised us in this way”.
The website was designed by Aró, (who are based in Galway)
who worked closely with the hotel’s Sales & Marketing Manager Suzanne O’Brien to produce an amazing visual introduction to all that the hotel has to offer. Stunning photography is used throughout and a feature of the site is the extent to which everything that the local area has to offer is complemented by the facilities and services available at the hotel itself. Special offers
are profiled and change regularly to ensure that visitors to the site are fully aware of the latest offers. “We’re very conscious of the need to provide a window so that potential visitors can see what we have to offer and return visitors can be given an excuse to return! Our watchwords are ‘value with an experience’ and we continually strive to offer either a standalone hotel stay or we can help put together a package that allows the visitor to the area to explore the Greenway, sample the local food product or get active” said Suzanne O’Brien this week.