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The US president’s hotel at Doonbeg first applied for the flood defence plan last year.
The Thomastown resort bounced back from a near-€2 million loss in 2015.
Conservationists believe there’s an ‘over-concentration’ of new short-term accommodation in the city.
An Taisce made the claim in its objection to an eight-storey proposal at Jervis Street.
But the weakened UK market may bounce back, according to hotel research firm STR.
The firm behind the Dean and the Workman’s Club bought the site for a reported €3.2 million.
The new development would have been connected to the existing four-star Bridge Hotel.
Thousands of bedrooms are under construction in the Irish capital.
The restaurant manager was fired five weeks after telling bosses she was pregnant.
Tim Husbands will also serve as CEO of Hughes Group-owned Hotel Westport.
Sheep’s Head was named a ‘European destination of excellence’ but suffers from low visitor numbers.
Fáilte Ireland chairman Michael Cawley says the private sector should back the big-ticket event.
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Tourism chiefs say visitors need help navigating the capital’s public transport system.
The company that owns Dunloe Castle is worried about the ‘troubling state’ of the EU.
O’Callaghan Hotels Group is pumping millions into doing up three properties in the capital.
An Bord Pleanála said the 427-room project didn’t fit in with a local area scheme.
The measure could be used as an alternative to raising the hospitality sector’s prized VAT rate.
Topflight’s CEO says running the company with his father and brother is ‘critical’.