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Top hotels fight the crunch

Hotels around the country are trying to hang on to guests, as a fall-off in occupancy rates means that an average four out of every ten hotel rooms now lie empty. In some cases, luxury hotels that were charging over €300 per room per night are now of

15th November, 2008

Hotels around the country are trying to hang on to guests, as a fall-off in occupancy rates means that an average four out of every ten hotel rooms now lie empty. In some cases, luxury hotels that were charging over €300 per room per night are now offering rates of almost half that.

Others that have not cut rates are adding extras such as a complimentary bottle of wine with dinner or a spa treatment...

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