Radisson Hotel Group is implementing the Radisson Hotels Safety Protocol, a new program of in-depth cleanliness and disinfection procedures, in partnership with SGS, the world’s leading Health and Safety inspection company. The Radisson Hotels Safety protocol is an extension to the brand commitment which includes 20 Steps and an additional 10-Step protocol for Meetings and Events. These steps include hand sanitizing stations at all entrances, the use of Personal Protective Equipment-PPE, and protective screens, enhanced and recorded cleaning and disinfection frequency, social distancing in all areas of its hotels, reiteration of food safety standards and comprehensive staff training. For additional information please refer to www.radissonhotels.com/safe 2015-2017 TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence winner It was built in 1750 as a home for Thomas Cooley, a local barrister and Member of Parliament, and was originally named Seamount. Viscount Hugh Gough, a Limerick man who had a distinguished career in the British Army, renamed the house St. Helens when he bought it in 1851. A subsequent owner, Sir John Nutting, made important changes, facing the exterior of the mansion with Portland stone and lavishly enriching the interior with walls, pillars and floors of Carrara marble. At the time, the house was said to be one of the most beautiful in Ireland, and much of Sir Johns legacy remains, including the magnificent Ballroom. At the entrance to the hotel stands a specially commissioned water feature, Continuum, by the renowned sculptress Linda Brunker. Spectacularly reflecting the lush interior of St. Helens House, it is inspired by three basic elements of life - nature, space and the passing of time.