Trading rooms: Hotel sales hit €3bn in five years

Interest from regional investors and international chains see Dublin hotel values reach €400,000 per room

11th February, 2018
Celbridge Manor in Co Kildare is owned by Clann Hospitality

A major transformation of Irish hotel ownership has taken place during the last seven years, as a number of new Irish hotel groups have emerged, international chains have availed of the crash to enter the Irish market and some of the regional hotel groups have begun to nibble at the Dublin market.

Some of those who picked up deals after the market crashed have been trading on and reaping profits. Others have tapped into the...

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