The scramble to improve Ireland's hotel sector may have been a resounding success in terms of building capacity, but injudicious investments, coupled with the property crash, have left a legacy of unviable hotels. These are either an unfortunate testament to a brave but doomed investor community or a chilling reminder of its hubris.
Certainly, our international standing was enhanced by feverish hotel building, and where once we had chronic under-supply, at least now we have...
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