Rescue package for hotel group

The hotels operated by Irish firm Dunne Group Hotels (DG Hotels) will be rebranded under the Ramada name as part of a rescue package.

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Ian Kehoe

13th September, 2008

The hotels operated by Irish firm Dunne Group Hotels (DG Hotels) will be rebranded under the Ramada name as part of a rescue package.

DG Hotels ran a chain of seven hotels in the west of Ireland, but went into examinership in June after running out of cash and amassing sizable debts.

The company is now in the process of offloading a number of loss-making properties. It has already withdrawn from two hotels and is...

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