Hotelier duo move into ‘cheap and cheerful’ end of market

Ray Byrne and Eoin Doyle, who own several hotels, expect to open four micro-sleepers before the end of next year

21st March, 2021
Hotelier duo move into ‘cheap and cheerful’ end of market
Eoin Doyle and Ray Byrne on the roof of their new ‘micro-sleeper’ ReZz hotel on MacCurtain Street in Cork

Hoteliers Ray Byrne and Eoin Doyle are planning to build up to ten “micro-sleeper” hotels across the country.

The pair, known in hospitality circles for their boutique operations, are plotting a move into the “cheap and cheerful” end of the Irish hotel business. They expect to open four micro-sleepers between Cork and Dublin by the end of 2022.

Between them, Byrne and Doyle own and operate several high-profile hotels, including the Wineport...

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