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Hotels come to market as occupancy rates surge

The hospitality sector remains buoyant despite Brexit uncertainty

7th May, 2017
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The Connemara Coast Hotel

Economic recovery and an increasing domestic leisure spend are benefiting the Irish hotel industry and appear to be off-setting the effects of Brexit.

As well as increasing spend in urban hotels, growing golfing activity also looks set to boost the interest of international as well as Irish hotel operators in the hotels that have come to the market this year.

A recent PwC survey of the European hotel industry said Dublin occupancy levels could again...

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