Tuesday August 11, 2020

Homes sought for ‘super-luxury’ website

Aaron Rogan

News Correspondent

@aarrogan
24th November, 2019
William McGlade of HipHipStay.com in one of the site’s properties in Portobello. The company focuses on short-term lettings of luxurious accommodation. Picture: Fergal Phillips

Dubliners who live in luxury are being asked to nominate their homes for a “super-exclusive” new Airbnb-style platform.

Will McGlade, the 28-year-old son of Paul McGlade, the founder of Champion Sports and the beauty clinic chain Therapie Group, has launched HipHipStay, which he said aims to manage the top 1 per cent of short term lettings in the capital.

To be considered, the properties must be located in lively areas of the city centre,...

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