Goldman to revamp Dublin hotel on Lord Edward Street
Firm planning to acquire an adjacent building known as Fashion House
The Parliament Hotel in Dublin city centre is set for a major expansion courtesy of its new owners, Goldman Sachs.
The three star hotel on Lord Edward Street currently has 64 rooms as well as a bar, restaurant, function room and nightclub. But Goldman Sachs and its hotel operator subsidiary, Tifco, are planning to acquire an adjacent building known as Fashion House with the aim of turning the Parliament into a 127-bedroom four star property.
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