Premier Inn

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Dalata’s €65m sale and leaseback of the Clayton Charlemont hotel to German investor Deka Immobilien was the last significant Irish hotel transaction in 2020

When Ireland reported its first case of Covid-19 on February 28th, everything within the hospitality industry changed. By mid-March most businesses in(...)

An artist’s impression of the proposed Premier Inn hotel on Gloucester Street in Dublin’s south docklands.

Premier Inn owner Whitbread, working with its development partner Red Rock Developments, has secured its fourth hotel location in Dublin cit(...)

All eyes are now on the sale of The K Club, which was originally placed on the market as far back as July 2018 for € 80 million. Recent reports suggest a sale of this valuable asset may soon finally complete

Unlike in 2018, there were no significant hotel portfolio deals in 2019. Instead, transaction volumes were primarily driven by “big ticket” Dublin hot(...)

An artist’s impression of the proposed Premier Inn at Morrison’s Quay in Cork

Premier Inn owner Whitbread has secured a deal with its development partners, Greenleaf Group and Warren Private, for a new 183-bedroom hotel in Cork (...)

Sales at Costa Coffee stores running for over a year rose 1.1 per cent for the 13 weeks to June 1st, reversing a 0.8 per cent contraction seen in the preceding 13 weeks. Photograph: Alan Betson

Britain’s Whitbread, which runs the Costa Coffee chain and Premier Inn hotels, reported a 7.6 per cent rise in first-quarter sales on improved trading(...)

Total revenue at Costa owner Whitbread rose 8.1 per cent to £1.55 billion. Photograph: Graham Barclay/Bloomberg News

Britain’s Whitbread said its first-half profit rose 5.4 per cent, helped by growing demand at its Premier Inn hotels and the Costa Coffee chain. Whit(...)

The Premier Inn in Newcraighall, Edinburgh, Scotland. Photograph: Google Street View

Relatives of a holidaymaker who died after being scalded in a hotel shower are seeking damages in excess of £1 million (about €1.5 million). Tourist K(...)

Fine Grain Irish-Singapore property investment group CEO Colin MacDonald and business development manager Nicole Lim

Irish-owned Singapore property investment company Fine Grain Property has just racked up a war chest of 30 million Singapore dollars (€17.5 million) i(...)

Affordable accommodation in pricey Kensington (above) and Knightsbridge
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We are a couple with two adult daughters going to London mid-July for four days. I’m wondering if you could recommend a reasonably priced guest(...)