Hodson Bay in move to provide advice on development to major hotel brands
l Group plans to sell expertise in identifying sites and getting planning permission as a service
The Hodson Bay Group plans to expand into new Irish and international locations by providing consultation services that help large brands open new hotels.
The business, controlled by the O’Sullivan family, manages hotels in Athlone and Galway and has just moved into the Dublin market following development of the new Hyatt Centric hotel in Dublin’s Liberties.
Hodson Bay Group commercial director Garry Walsh told this newspaper that further growth at the...
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