Pearse Hotel: will be   first buy by hotel operator Dalata since  listing  on the Dublin and London stock exchanges

The Irish hotel operator Dalata is about to buy its first hotel – the Pearse Hotel on Pearse Street in Dublin 2 – since raising €265 million from list(...)

TVC Holdings executive chairman  Shane Reihill. Photograph: Sasko Lazarov/Photocall Ireland

The directors of TVC Holdings haven’t completely killed it off just yet, but the investment company is now officially on death row and ready to meet i(...)

Shane Reihill, TVC Holdings executive chairman. Photographer: Dara Mac Dónaill

FIONA REDDANInvestment group TVC Holdings said yesterday it plans to return 90 per cent of its balance sheet to shareholders, comprising about €91 mi(...)

Developer Seán Dunne with a model for the proposed development on the site of Jurys and the Berkeley Court, Ballsbridge.

Ulster Bank is considering offloading its interest in the three Dublin hotels it backed Seán Dunne to buy for almost €380 million in 2005 in tw(...)

The Maldron Hotel Portlaoise.

Investment firm TVC Holdings said it had sold its stake in hotel group Dalata for €30.4 million following the company’s recent IPO. The firm sa(...)

Alibaba, China’s largest e-commerce company, said in November that it’s deciding whether to sell shares in the U.S. or Hong Kong. Photographer: Brent Lewin/Bloomberg

The upcoming initial public offering (IPO) of China’s ecommerce giant Alibaba looks set to turn into a fees bonanza for some of Wall Street’s b(...)

The Dalata hotel group has 5,800 rooms under its control, which include about a dozen leased hotels, mostly operating under its Maldron brand.

Dalata Hotel Group, the Republic’s largest hotel company, this morning floated on the stock exchanges of Dublin and London after raising €265 milli(...)

Dalata was founded in 2007 and now operates 40 hotels, including the 13-strong Maldron chain.

Irish hotel operator Dalata has raised €265 million from listing its shares in Dublin and London, the latest real estate-related initial publ(...)

 Citywest Hotel

The €30 million receivership sale of Ireland’s largest hotel to a secretive offshore fund has descended into a High Court lega(...)

The 774-bedroomed Citywest Hotel in west Dublin, which includes a 4,000-seat conference centre and a golf course, was supposed to have been bought out of receivership yesterday by BSQ Investments. Photograph: Frank Miller/The Irish Times

The proposed €30 million sale of Ireland’s largest hotel has run aground after the buyers failed to meet a de(...)