Monday July 13, 2020

Citywest Hotel revenues rose 20 per cent last year

Growth comes as €13m upgrade plan continues

14th July, 2016
Staffing levels up 20 per cent at Citywest Hotel

The company which owns Citywest Hotel says revenue at the venue rose by 20 per cent last year, helped by stronger occupancy levels and corporate events.

Tetrarch says a planned investment of €13m in upgrading the facilities is also well underway.

Plans to open a new restaurant will coincide with the refurbishment of the hotel’s lobby, lounges, and all public areas by the end of this year. Construction of new access roads and an expanded...

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