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Hotel group gets €160m expansion

The Dublin company behind Clontarf Castle and the Crowne Plaza Hotel at Dublin Airport is investing €160 million expanding the chain from three to eight hotels, writes Simon Carswell.

16th December, 2006

The Dublin company behind Clontarf Castle and the Crowne Plaza Hotel at Dublin Airport is investing €160 million expanding the chain from three to eight hotels, writes Simon Carswell.

Tifco, which also owns the Express by Holiday Inn at Dublin Airport, is opening hotels in the coming two years in Dundalk; Blanchardstown, west Dublin; Kilkenny; and two in the southwest of Germany. The Dundalk hotel, a four-star Crowne Plaza with 140 bedrooms, will be based...

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