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KPMG managing partner Shaun Murphy said the time was now right to begin planning for a new home for the accountancy practice. Photograph: Mark McCall

Accountants KPMG are seeking up to 350,000sq ft (32,500sq m) of offices in Dublin as the firm seeks to bring its 2,500-plus staff together under one r(...)

The construction of hotels is picking up and almost 1,000 new rooms were added to the Dublin market last year. Photograph: iStock

Occupancy at Dublin’s hotels reached a record level last year helped by a large number of events held in the capital. According to data from travel (...)

Click Offices says there is 106,838sq m   of serviced office space in the capital. Photograph: Getty Images/iStockphoto

Dublin’s serviced office market grew by 50 per cent last year – that’s 8,000 desks which equate to 37,161sq m (400,000sq ft) of office space – accordi(...)

The Wilder hotel on Adelaide Road in Dublin 2. Built circa 1878 as a home for “aged governesses and unmarried females”, the formidable seven-bay Dublin building has had a long history. Photograph: Alan Betson

Anyone walking along Harcourt Terrace, a quiet backwater adjacent to the Grand Canal, with its mix of handsome Regency and Victorian houses, will be s(...)

Tim Fenn of the Irish Hotels Federation believes the Irish accommodation sector is ‘absolutely good value for money’ and the evidence ‘is to be found in the solid growth we have seen over several years’ Photograph: iStock

Perception counts for a lot in tourism circles and a notion that a destination is good value for money, or at least not bad value, goes a long way tow(...)

Suffragette and trade unionist Countess Markievicz, artwork by Jim Fitzpatrick, illuminating the GPO for the 2018 Herstory Light Festival in celebration of the centenary of the Irish Women’s Suffrage. Photograph: HerStory

Projections of bold female faces from Irish history were projected on to public buildings across Dublin’s city centre at the weekend to mark Nollaig n(...)

Copper Face Jacks, the highly-profitable nightclub on Harcourt Street in Dublin. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

The money continued to roll in last year for two of Dublin’s busiest pubs and clubs, according to recently-filed accounts for the venues. Accounts ju(...)

Stars of 2018 (from left, top): Saint Sister, Rejjie Snow, Lisa O'Neill, Kojaque. Front row: Grian Chatten of Fontaines DC, Le Galaxie and Wyvern Lingo

The return of garage bands, a rap scene coming of age, increasingly sophisticated electronic music, burgeoning mainstream stars, precise pop. In the p(...)

The Tifco group owns 18 hotels, as well as sites for two new hotels in Dublin, and manages a number of other high-profile hotels around the State, including the Clontarf Castle in Dublin.

After years of strong turnover in the hotel investment market from distressed Nama-driven sales, 2018 was a “normal” year for hotel transactions. It’s(...)

Management at Lillie’s Bordello said they had “exciting plans coming down the tracks”.

There will be wailing and gnashing of teeth among Ireland’s minor celebrity set this weekend after news broke that Lillie’s Bordello is to close its d(...)

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