Obstacles remain for new hotel rooms in Dublin

Only one hotel is due to open in Dublin next year – but another is being shut down to build housing

20th December, 2015
The Holiday Inn Express at Findlater House, O’Connell Street, Dublin, is due to open next year

More than 6,200 new hotel bedrooms are in the pipeline for Dublin city and county, but not all of these may be built because of issues of planning and funding. If they were built, they would meet the demand for the extra 5,000 bedrooms which industry sources believe are needed.

Latest research from CBRE indicates that more than 5,600 are in the pipeline for Dublin City alone.

As many as 3,336 bedrooms are at some stage of the...

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