Dublin's Dawson hotel and spa on market for €15m

Dublin's Dawson hotel and spa on market for €15m

Dublin's Dawson hotel and spa will go on the market today for €15m.

The structure comprises two interconnecting period buildings and includes 36 bedrooms, a spa, a vacant restaurant and two bars.

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Located in the heart of the city centre at 35-36 Dawson Street, it is expected to attract strong domestic and international interest due to the fact that it is a substantial licensed premises.

The former La Stampa Restaurant is at the rear of the building. With capcity for around 200 diners, it has been closed since last Christmas.

Morrissey’s and Savills are guiding €15m for the hotel, restaurant and bar which are to be sold on the instructions of Declan McDonald of PwC who was appointed receiver by AIB.

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