Tuesday October 20, 2020

Cafe en Seine owners to focus on hotels in €100m scheme

The company behind Dublin super-pub Cafe en Seine is to concentrate on its hotel operations, with plans to expand the number of bedrooms on its premises and to invest €100 million in a new development.

25th August, 2007

The company behind Dublin super-pub Cafe en Seine is to concentrate on its hotel operations, with plans to expand the number of bedrooms on its premises and to invest €100 million in a new development.

Toji, which was formerly known as Capital Bars, wants to add 50 new rooms to its Trinity Capital Hotel.

It doubled the hotel’s size to 154 rooms last year. The company may redevelop its Fireworks pub, which is located beside the...

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