Hotel group iNua eyeing more acquisitions in regional market

Gillian Nelis

Managing Editor @gnelis
12th May, 2019
Sean O’Driscoll, chief operating officer of iNua: ‘We absolutely think we have scope to grow’ Picture: Cathal Noonan

The hotel group which has targeted regional towns and cities since its establishment in 2012 is planning more acquisitions this year.

iNua Hospitality, which was set up during the downturn by financier Noel Creedon, now has eight hotels in its portfolio and employs over 1,200 staff.

Its properties include Radissons in Cork, Sligo, Athlone and Limerick; Muckross Park in Killarney; the Hibernian in Kilkenny; the Hillgrove in Monaghan; and the Tullamore Court in Offaly.

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