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Temple Bar Inn: the 101-room hotel will be sold with vacant possession, along with a ground-floor retail unit.

The Temple Bar Inn hotel, located at the heart of Dublin’s Temple Bar, is expected to attract both domestic and international interest when it is offe(...)

ISE chief executive Daryl Byrne: “I think the second half of the year is more likely when we could see companies coming to the market.” Photograph:   Dara Mac Donaill

Daryl Byrne, the Irish Stock Exchange’s (ISE) chief executive of five months, has been clocking up the air miles of late. Less than a year after the (...)

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(...)

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 Heritage Golf & Spa Resort, Killenard, Co Laois was last sold in 2014

Four years after buying the Heritage Hotel in Killenard, Co Laois, two US-based investors are hoping to offload it at a handsome profit. John Hughes(...)

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Tour Thailand Take in three destinations in Thailand with Cassidytravel. Spend two nights in Bangkok, five nights in Koh Samui, five nights in Phuket(...)

Clerys’ clock on O’Connell Street, Dublin. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

A cheque for £10 given by Patrick Pearse to Clery’s in Dublin seven years before the 1916 Rising is among memorabilia from the former department store(...)

Political portraits: Peter Dwan’s favourite is that of Charles Mr Haughey, which showed “great presence”

A unique series of portraits of all 13 former taoisigh has unexpectedly come to light, and will be sold at auction next week. But the identity of the (...)

The Game of Thrones-style bronze doors from Dublin’s Howl at the Moon.

More than 3,000 lots will go under the hammer in a massive two-day clearance sale of items from various Dublin venues that have either closed down or (...)

Items from the interior of the Residence Club in Dublin which will be auctioned in March. Photograph: Paul Sherwood

Fixtures and fittings from Residence, a private member’s club on Dublin’s St Stephen’s Green are among the items to be sold in what as “Ireland’s larg(...)

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