There’s more exciting news for the Irish hospitality sector, with two new hotels being planned for Dublin city in the near future.
Planning permission is being sought to develop a 38-bedroom hotel at 13 Trinity Street in Dublin 2. The three-storey-over-basement premises was acquired last year by Torchglen.
They are now planning to completely refurbish the original structure with a hotel, bar and restaurant.
The second hotel on the cards at the moment is a proposed 39-bedroom hotel on Dame Street.
A planning application has reportedly been submitted to Dublin City Council to open a new hotel at the location currently occupied by Mr Simms Olde Sweet Shoppe.
If approved, this venue will be a six storey high hotel with a bar and restaurant.
These two proposed hotels are just the latest in the recent wave of planned new accommodations in the city centre.
Earlier this month, plans for a new 9-storey hotel were submitted by property developer Noel Smyth, along with a 6-storey extension to the popular Temple Bar Inn.
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