Morgan hotel in Dublin reopens after €15m upgrade

City centre hotel closed earlier this year to accommodate a full interior redesign

Morgan hotel has a new lobby lounge and restaurant

Morgan hotel has a new lobby lounge and restaurant

 

The Morgan hotel on Fleet Street, Dublin, has reopened following a €15 million refurbishment.

The city centre hotel closed earlier this year to accommodate a full interior redesign and the addition of a fifth floor. The newly refurbished hotel has added 39 bedrooms to bring the total to 168 rooms. The hotel, which first opened in 2001, also has a new lobby lounge and restaurant.

It is owned by MHL, whose other Irish hotels include the InterContinental Dublin, the Spencer and Trinity City hotels, the Hilton, the Beacon and the Westin.

Separately, the Hotel Ibis Dublin, just off the Red Cow roundabout, has been sold to Propiteer Ibis Red Cow Limited for more than €14 million.

The recently refurbished 150-bedroom hotel, which was sold subject to an existing franchise agreement with Accor, will continue to be successfully managed by Interstate Hotels and Resorts.

The seller was advised on the transaction by JLL, William Fry and Grant Thornton, while DWF and Roberts Nathan advised the purchaser.