Thursday October 22, 2020

Dalata buys Sligo's Clarion for €13 million

162-bed hotel sold by receiver

19th January, 2016
The Clarion on the outskirts of Sligo town

Dalata Hotel Group has bought Sligo's Clarion Hotel for €13 million. The four-star hotel was sold by its receiver Aiden Murphy of Crowe Horwath.

The hostelry will continue trading under new owners, Dalata.

Established as a hotel in 2005, the Clarion Hotel Sligo is centrally located in Sligo town.

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