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# Hotels

Last month
May 2024
Ukrainians in hotels paying for hot meals won't have to do so if payments are reduced
The Ukraine Civil Society Forum says some 13,000 children could be pushed into poverty.
This year
The Irish hotel: From the foundation of the GAA to a battleground in Ireland's refugee crisis
Ivana Bacik appeals six storey hotel in Dublin due to housing and 'drinking emporia' fears
Last year
Dublin City Council refuse planning permission for new hotel in Temple Bar
Coldplay fans face fees of over €2,440 for Dublin accommodation for Croke Park gigs
Taylor Swift fans left frustrated after bookings at Dublin hotel are cancelled
Tourist season set to take 1,300 beds from system housing refugees
All time
Irish tourism hasn't returned to pre-pandemic levels
Planning to be lodged for 245-bedroom nine storey hotel at Arnotts in Dublin
Hostel beds cost hundreds as accommodation prices spike during Garth Brooks gigs
Beer garden off O'Connell Street used by three pubs faces closure due to hotel development
Hotels group says 'commentary' misses how supply problems are causing cost increases
Eight sites identified for modular homes to house Ukrainian refugees
Ashford Castle owners secure planning permission for 60-bedroom hotel in Dublin city centre
Developers scale back plans for hotel over Cobblestone pub in Dublin
Proposed hotel at site of Dublin's Cobblestone pub refused planning permission
Department clarifies that hotel bars must close at midnight - even for wedding guests
Protest in Dublin over planned developments at Cobblestone pub and Merchant's Arch
Green light for Conrad to transform into 'world class, five star hotel'
An Bord Pleanála issues rebuke to city council's 'too many hotels' claim
Hotels, B&Bs and guesthouses can reopen from today
Government likely to scrap €9 rule as minister says outdoors makes it safe 'not whether you eat chicken nuggets'
Stephen Donnelly says capping arrivals from states on hotel quarantine list 'possible' in future
Mandatory quarantine hotels concerns: 'There’s nothing to stop someone from opening their door and walking out'
Hotels, restaurants and cafes to get funding to upgrade premises for outdoor dining
State to indemnify hotels used for mandatory quarantine against legal action
Poll: Should over-65s get hotel or food voucher after they receive Covid-19 vaccine?
Summer bookings at 'historic low', hotels say
Hoteliers suggest guest limit for weddings based on size of venue
Council refuses planning permission for hotel on Capel Street, says there are 'too many' hotels in Dublin
Phased lifting of Level 5: Inter-county travel could open up a few days before Christmas
'Dramatic collapse' in bookings puts 100,000 jobs at risk, Irish Hotels Federation says
Taoiseach says hospitality sector was among worst affected by Covid as he launches tax credit scheme
'Nothing short of disastrous': Hoteliers say their futures are bleak as revenues plummet due to Covid
Hotels expect occupancy levels to fall by 40% this year - with room rates also taking a hit
'We've had a slew of bookings since Friday': Hoteliers' plans to reopen in the Covid-19 era
Physically distanced dancing and no menus - how a re-opened hospitality sector might look
Plans for new hotel on the Liffey's quays in Dublin opposed with claims it will destroy views along the river
Hotels in Northern Ireland to reopen from 20 July, economy minister says
New Premier Inn hotel to be built in Newmarket Square area of Dublin's Liberties