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The K Club in Co Kildare is on the market for €80 million. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

Some 3,882 hotel rooms were under construction across the country at the end of last year, a rise of 70 per cent on the same period of 2017, data from(...)

CGI artist’s impression of the Prism building, Cork

“If Apple was coming to Cork today it wouldn’t be going up to Hollyhill; it would be directed to all that space in the docklands which, incidentally, (...)

Dalata’s planned hotel in Glasgow

Northern Irish developer McAleer & Rushe has received planning permission for two UK hotels to be operated by the Republic’s largest hotel operato(...)

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 (...)

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(...)

Dalata operates the Clayton and Maldron hotel brands

Ireland’s largest hotel group Dalata has yet to see a negative impact from Brexit, it said on Tuesday, reaffirming its full-year earnings guidance in (...)

Genevieve Gorder and Peter Lorimer of Stay Here

We are currently hooked on Stay Here, a new Netflix series that shows holiday-let landlords how to ramp up returns on their property by redecorating a(...)

Ires Reit has signed a deal to buy part of the Tara Towers Hotel site from Dalata Hotel Group with planning permission for 69 apartments.

Irish Residential Properties Reit (Ires), the State’s largest private residential landlord, has agreed to buy up to 164 apartments being developed in (...)

American fashion brand Tommy Hilfiger uses “wifi tracking” to monitor the number of people that look at a window display and then go into a shop. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Like me, you were probably blue in the face receiving emails over the past month or so from various companies and organisations alerting you to change(...)

The Hodson Bay Hotel group now obtains 63 per cent of its bookings via phone.

Irish hoteliers are launching a fightback against the giants of the tourism industry, as they try to reduce dependency on the likes of Booking. com a(...)

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