Morrison Hotel

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43 Leeson Park Ranelagh, Dublin 6, extends to 352sq m (3,789sq ft).

“Balance and proportion are the foundations of good design,” says John Rocha, one of Ireland’s most notable fashion designers. Originally from Hong Ko(...)

Dublin’s four-star Morrison Hotel trades under Hilton Worldwide’s DoubleTree brand

The Dublin hotel market is showing the first, albeit tentative, sign that it’s emerging from its near year-long Covid-19 lockdown. Having offered the(...)

Dublin’s four-star Morrison Hotel trades under Hilton Worldwide’s DoubleTree brand.

Agent CBRE has been formally appointed to handle the sale of Dublin’s luxury Morrison Hotel at a guide price of €80 million. News of the sale comes t(...)

Yelena Baturina  at the reopening of the Morrison Hotel following its refurbishment in 2013. Photograph: Gareth Chaney Collins

Russia’s richest woman Yelena Baturina looks set to get a little bit richer thanks to her well-timed investment in Dublin’s luxury Morrison Hotel. Ha(...)

Dáirine Ní Mheadhra at the Distillery District in Toronto.

I remember exactly where I was when I felt the first pull of homesickness. I was visiting Ireland in October 2013 and staying at the Morrison Hotel in(...)

The HMHS Britannic, sister ship of the Titanic, as a hospital ship, shortly before she sank in 1916

Luck can be a double-edged sword. For Irish-Argentinian nurse Violet Jessop, better known throughout maritime history as “Miss Unsinkable”, there(...)

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(...)

The Morrison Hotel on Dublin’s Ormond Quay.

Quay-side cool  The Morrison Hotel on Dublin’s Ormond Quay has refreshed its Quay 14 bar and Morrison Grill restaurant. The quarter of a million(...)

 Rolling on: Irish Continental Group’s ferry Jonathan Swift in Dublin Port. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Monday Results: Irish Continental Group Indicators: Euro zone retail PMI (Feb); US factory orders (Jan). Meetings: Keeping Dublin Moving: Will Cars(...)

Griffith College interior design students Hannah Guriby and Rosario Estevez in class with tutor John McDonald. Photograph: Johnny Savage

Sara Cosgrove knows exactly when she decided to become an interior designer. It was just as she was about to become a fashion designer. “I had studied(...)

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