Tifco

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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(...)

Clontarf Castle in Dublin, which is operated by the Tifco hotel chain.

Documents compiled for Tifco, the State’s second-largest hotel group, suggest US distressed assets fund, Apollo Global, recently bought the company fo(...)

FoodCloud is reportedly looking to double its operations after securing €1.5 million in investment

The Sunday Business Post leads with a report suggesting deeper business ties between Saudi Arabia and the Republic of Ireland with an estimated €10 bi(...)

The Hilton Hotel in Kilmainham, Dublin, is owned by Tifco

US private equity firm Apollo Global Management has agreed to acquire Ireland’s second-largest hotel chain Tifco in a deal said to be worth up to €600(...)

The occupancy rate of rooms in the capital was down 0.6 per cent to 90.1 per cent in July. Photograph: Eric Luke

The average cost of a hotel room outside Dublin rose by more than 8 per cent in July compared with the same month last year, new figures show. The st(...)

Chief executive of FBD Insurance Fiona Muldoon: the board has received the results of an independent investigation into corporate governance and human resources practices.  Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Renting v buying The National Treasury Management Agency (NTMA) and Nama will spend up to €175 million over 25 years renting a new headquarters in th(...)

Kings Laundry founder Robert McGovern described the acquisition as a “good news story.”

Kings Laundry, a major supplier of linen to hotels in Ireland, has been acquired by the French laundry services group Elis for an undisclosed sum. T(...)

A computer-generated image of the new Hard Rock Hotel, which Tifco plans to open  in Dublin in 2020.

Irish hospitality group Tifco is bringing the Hard Rock Hotel franchise to Dublin as part of a €30 million development. Tifco plans to open an upscal(...)

Ryanair’s chief operations officer Peter Bellew (left) and chief people officer Eddie Wilson, who has asked pilots to postpone an “unnecessary” strike scheduled for Friday. File photograph: Collins

Irish hospitality group Tifco is planning to bring the Hard Rock Hotel franchise to Dublin in 2020 with a €30 million development on a site it owns op(...)

The Hilton Hotel in Kilmainham is owned by Tifco. The group also manages Clontarf Castle

Ireland’s second-largest hotel group is going on the market in a deal that is likely to be worth up to €600 million. The Goldman Sachs-backed hotel g(...)

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