The Strand in Limerick is the latest hotel in Ireland to be bought by billionaire US businessman John Malone

John Malone, the billionaire US businessman behind UPC-owned Liberty Global, has added to his Irish hotel chain by buying Limerick’s Strand Hotel for (...)

The Westin Hotel and AIB branch at College Street-Westmoreland Street: initial yield of 5.06 per cent

The recent sale of the five-star Westin Hotel and the adjoining AIB bank branch on Dublin’s Westmoreland Street and College Street is to be followed (...)

Another profitable hotel in Dublin city centre is to be offered for sale on the international market. FBD Property and Leisure, an Irish-owned (...)

(From left): Frank and Paula Cullen, the parents of Leo  with Brian O’Driscoll’s mother and father Geraldine and Frank at the Westin Hotel, Dublin .Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times.

Tonight at the RDS Leinster will hope to celebrate victory in the RaboDirect Pro12 against the Glasgow Warriors and in doing so provide the appropr(...)

 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(...)

Dublin’s Westin Hotel is due to come to the market shortly. Photograph: Cyril Byrne /The Irish Times

A total of 13 hotels worth almost €85 million were sold in the first three months of the year, an increase of 150 per cent on the same period i(...)

“We expect the process of deleveraging to pick up pace considerably over the coming months with several well-known hotels due to come available for sale, albeit, with the exception of the sale of the five-star Westin Hotel [above] in Dublin city centre, most of these hotels are outside Dublin,” CBRE said. Photograph: Jason South

There are not enough Dublin hotels on the market to satisfy the volume of demand from international investors, according to one of Ireland’s le(...)

A model shows a creation by Irish designer Sharon Wauchob as part of her new women’s collection, shown in Paris yesterday. Photograph: Benoit Tessier/Reuters

On the second day of Paris Fashion Week, Sharon Wauchob, the only Irish designer on the Paris catwalks, sent out a stellar collection yesterday(...)

Protesters outside the Wal-Mart Stores  headquarters in Bentonville, Arkansas hold up a sign yesterday commemorating those killed in recent clothing factory tragedies in Bangladesh, including that at the collapsed Rana Plaza.  Photograph: Rick Wilking/Reuters

A teenage garment-maker who survived for 17 days in the rubble of a collapsed Bangladesh garment factory building has left hospital with a new job at (...)