Friday June 5, 2020

Galway hotel thrives despite area water crisis

A Galway hotel which opened for business just six months ago has overcome the area’s water problem and is enjoying occupancy rates of 70 per cent.

16th June, 2007

A Galway hotel which opened for business just six months ago has overcome the area’s water problem and is enjoying occupancy rates of 70 per cent.

Hotelier John Glynn said the Clayton Hotel had responded quickly to the drinking water crisis in Galway and installed a €25,000 state-of-the-art filter system.

‘‘Despite all of the bad publicity the water problem has attracted to Galway, it is not affecting our business one bit,” Glynn said....

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