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Redesigned Ormond Hotel will have Sirens bar based on Joyce’s Ulysses

The new owner of the Ormond Hotel in Dublin, Singapore-based Plato Capital, has said it plans to invest €25 million in turning it into a new boutique venue

26th August, 2018

The new owner of the Ormond Hotel in Dublin, Singapore-based Plato Capital, has said it plans to invest €25 million in turning it into a new boutique venue with a ‘Sirens’ bar, based on the episode set in the hotel in James Joyce’s Ulysses, as its centrepiece.

“We are anticipating that we will employ 200 to 250 people over the construction period and 90 staff on site when operational,” Gareth Lim,...

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