Cliste aims to double hotel portfolio within two years

The hospitality group is seeking four and five-star hotels in Dublin and around the country as it plots a post-pandemic expansion

Gillian Nelis

Managing Editor @gnelis
16th May, 2021
Cliste aims to double hotel portfolio within two years
Paul Fitzgerald, chief executive of Cliste Hospitality. Picture: John Allen

Cliste Hospitality, which owns eight hotels around Ireland, is aiming to double its portfolio over the next two years through asset acquisitions and the securing of management contracts.

The firm, which was previously known as iNua, owns properties including the Muckross Park hotel in Killarney, the Hibernian in Kilkenny, and Radisson Blu hotels in Sligo, Cork, Athlone and Limerick.

It also owns the Tullamore Court in Offaly and the Hillgrove in Monaghan, and manages the...

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