Dalata will seek planning for an additional 150 rooms at the Clayton  near Dublin Airport.

Listed Irish hotel group Dalata, which operates the Clayton and Maldron brands, will consider paying a first dividend to shareholders in 2017. Speak(...)

Pat McCann, chief executive of the Dalata Hotel Group: Total compensation came to €840,000 before shares were included.

The executive team at hotel management group Dalata received almost €2 million between them as part of their remuneration packages in 2015, almost do(...)

The Charlemont Clinic site is just 1km north of St Stephen’s Green in Dublin

Property group U+I has made a profit of £2.3 million (€2.9m) in just 14 months after selling the Charlemont Clinic site in Dublin to hotels group Dala(...)

Irish hotel group Dalata has agreed to acquire the leasehold interest of the Gibson Hotel in Dublin.

Irish hotel group Dalata has agreed to acquire the leasehold interest of four hotels in Ireland and the UK for an enterprise value of €40 million. Th(...)

The Clarion is a four-star hotel which has 162 bedrooms, including 89 suites, bar, restaurant, extensive meeting and conference facilities, leisure centre and swimming pool

Irish-listed hotels group Dalata has acquired the four-star Clarion in Sligo town for €13.1 million. The Clarion is a four-star hotel which has 162 (...)

The Tara Towers was put up for sale in October with DTZ Sherry FitzGerald quoting in excess of €9 million for the property and an adjoining 1.4-acre site beside it

Dublin and London-listed Dalata has acquired the Tara Towers Hotel on Merrion Road, Dublin 4, for €13.1 million. The group said it plans to invest €4(...)

 Dalata, which owns the Maldron hotels chain, predicts that about €1 billion will be spent on buying Irish hotel assets this year.

About €1 billion will be spent on buying Irish hotel assets this year, Dalata chief executive Pat McCann predicted yesterday. He was speaking followin(...)

Playing a blinder: Cillian Murphy runs a gangland empire in Birmingham in Peaky Blinders

There’s no getting away from it: Peaky Blinders (BBC Two, Thursday) is the daftest, most unlikely name for a vicious mob drama, never mind one that’s (...)

Pitchfork at the ready?: You had to admit that Bono – pictured at One, the humanitarian organisation he cofounded – gave Gay Byrne a clear answer about U2’s tax. Photograph: Fred Dufour/AFP/Getty

The Meaning of Life with Gay Byrne (RTÉ One, Tuesday) rolls around each year without too much fanfare. It’s a jammy enough retirement gig for the vete(...)