Clayton Hotel

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Crowds at last year’s Angling Expo at National Show, which this year will run  at the National Show Centre,in Swords, Co Dublin on February 18th-19th.

A new report entitled The Celtic Sea Trout Project (CSTP) addresses significant knowledge gaps as to why sea trout are suffering a decline in parts of(...)

Ardal O’Hanlon will be keeping the masses entertained at the  Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland industry dinner. Photograph: Alan Betson

Signs are that the property market’s recovery is complete when the annual industry dinner hosted by the Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland sells o(...)

Dublin’s iconic Gresham Hotel: New owner Riu Hotels and Resorts, which bought the O’Connell Street institution for €93m, has planning permission for 140 additional bedrooms. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

The best year for selling hotels in Ireland was 2015, when 63 properties changed hands for €710 million, a figure that seemed unlikely to be beaten i(...)

The Clayton Hotel in Ballsbridge, Dublin. Dalata is hoping to add 37 rooms, bringing the total to to 341. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

With high occupancy rates, constantly increasing room prices and few new city centre hotels on the horizon, well-established Dublin City hotels are re(...)

The four-star hotel is located close to Cardiff Central train station and the Principality stadium

Dalata has acquired the freehold of the 216-bedroom Clayton Hotel in Cardiff, Wales for £24 million (€27million), the group said on Wednesday. The fo(...)

Adenocarcinoma cancer cells under a microscope. Some cervical cancers are of this type. File photograph: Getty Images

The Irish Cancer Society has expressed concern at the decline in the number of girls receiving the HPV vaccine for cervical cancer. Speaking ahead of(...)

The current annual rent of €467,200 applying to the Clayton Hotel’s 24 suites will provide a net initial yield of 5.6 per cent

In one of the most unusual sales so far this year, 24 suites are to be offered for sale shortly at the Clayton Hotel on Cardiff Lane, off Sir John Rog(...)

Róisín Egenton and Nicky Lawless Róisín, who is originally from New Jersey, won the 2000 Rose of Tralee competition, while representing New York, an(...)

Dr Ali Selim of the Islamic Cultural Centre in Clonskeagh and a member of the board: he said it was  planned to discuss candidates who might “serve the best interests of Muslims”. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien/ The Irish Times

Muslims in Dublin have formed a new group to encourage the community to become more politically active and to ensure greater engagement with politicia(...)

Siobhán Slattery and John O’Grady Siobhán Slattery, from Clonmel, Co Tipperary, and John O’Grady, from Mayo, met in 2006 through a mutual friend. The(...)

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