Dublin’s Marlin Hotel racked up €3.5m loss during 2020
New accounts show employee numbers in the hotel increased from 11 in 2019 to 33 people last year
The Marlin Hotel in Dublin city centre made a loss of close to €3.5 million last year as public health restrictions due to Covid-19 meant business was restricted for long periods.
Accounts filed with the Company Registration Office show the hotel recorded a net loss of €3.45 million for 2020, which is a significant swing from the net profit of just under €60,000 it made in 2019.
The 300-bedroom Marlin Hotel was first opened in July 2019...
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