More than 4,000 hotel beds to be completed in Dublin this year

New beds will increase existing stock in the capital of 24,000 by 17 per cent, according to Mitchell McDermott construction sector report

23rd February, 2021
More than 4,000 hotel beds to be completed in Dublin this year
Despite the increased flow of new hotel stock, the Mitchell McDermott report noted that a lot of the new hotel schemes due to start construction in 2021 are on hold. Picture:

More than 4,000 new hotel beds will be completed in Dublin this year, boosting overall stock in the city by nearly one-fifth, the annual Mitchell McDermott construction sector report has shown.

The consultancy firm’s 2021 outlook document has assessed future development trends across the Irish residential, hotel, student accommodation and data centre sectors.

Data produced by Mitchell McDermott has shown that before the end of this year, 4,177 new beds are due to be completed...

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