No time to sleep for hotel owners

Demand for hotel rooms in Cork city is growing and Ireland’s largest hotel operator Dalata has been quick to respond, writes Lorraine Courtney

16th June, 2019
Norina O’Callaghan, sales and marketing manager, and Joe Kennedy, general manager, Clayton Hotel Silver Springs, with Tanaiste Simon Coveney Picture: Gerard McCarthy

It’s no secret that the hospitality sector has been one of the major successes in Ireland’s economic recovery story.

The response to rising hotel demand in the capital has been well documented, but Cork has its own success story to tell.

Ireland’s largest hotel operator, Dalata, has been keen to expand into Cork city. Joe Kennedy, general manager at Clayton Hotel Silver Springs, said the hotel was now part of four...

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