Friday September 25, 2020

More Hard Rock hotels could come to Dublin in the future

North American tourists targeted as brand launches 120-bedroom hotel near Dublin’s Temple Bar

Killian Woods

Business reporter

1st March, 2020
Dale Hipsh of Hard Rock International: ‘Dublin is going to be a huge success’. Picture: Fergal Phillips

The executive overseeing the launch of Ireland‘s first Hard Rock Hotel has said he would be open to developing more locations with its Irish operator.

The US restaurant and hotel chain first announced its move into the Irish capital in 2018. Last week, the brand launched the 120-bedroom development near Temple Bar on Lord Edward Street.

The venue will be operated by Tifco – an Irish-based group of 24 hotels – which manages the...

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