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Clarion Hotel Dublin Airport set to reopen

The Clarion Hotel Dublin Airport is set to reopen later this month following a €3 million renovation.

12th August, 2006

The Clarion Hotel Dublin Airport is set to reopen later this month following a €3 million renovation.

Originally opened in 1972, the 248-bedroom hotel was bought by the Clarion Hotel Group in August 2005 for an estimated ���3 million. It is situated within Dublin Airport Complex and is aimed primarily at corporate customers, with ten meeting rooms catering for groups of up to 200 delegates.

The renovation, which involved all public areas within the hotel, began last February.

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