Tourism bosses have called for a wider government rescue package than the €4bn in income support measures; and want businesses in their industry to receive the bulk of it.
Plans for a new hotel in the Markets area of Dublin’s north inner city by one of Northern Ireland’s leading hotel groups have been rejected.
Plans by one of Munster’s leading hotel groups to break into the Dublin market have suffered a major setback after its proposal for a €50m new five-star facility was rejected.
The coronavirus continues to disrupt travel and business operations across Ireland, Britain and Europe.
Thousands of jobs could be lost “within weeks” in the tourism and hospitality industry unless urgent State support is provided to the sector.
An investigation is underway following the demolition of a building on Cork’s MacCurtain Street to pave the way for a €7m ‘city-sleeper’ hotel.
Irish hotels are bracing for loss of over 100,000 bookings from China in coming months due to the coronavirus, according to the Irish Hotels Federation.
Ireland’s tourism industry is under “considerable pressure”, with costs, Brexit uncertainty, and the coronavirus all potential headwinds this year, a leading economist has warned.
From the best bread to the best dairy, these awards have the cream of the crop.
Plans for a major extension of the Jurys Inn hotel in Galway have to be put on hold following objections from a number of parties, including An Taisce.
The Guinness Storehouse in Dublin continues to welcome the largest number of visitors of any other attraction in Ireland while the Cliffs of Moher are still standing tall in second place over Dublin Zoo.
Dublin City Council is set to launch a fresh bid to charge a hotel bed tax or visitor levy on tourists to the capital.
The global community needs to come together to tackle climate change in 2020, according to the President of Ireland.
Up to 45,000 people are expected to take part in New Year celebrations in Dublin over the next two days.
Fáilte Ireland says it showcased the country to a combined audience of 1.9 billion people in 2019 by hosting the visits of 800 journalists.
An exciting portfolio of works is underway, writes Kevin O’Neill.
It’s that time of the year again when tourism industry people look to the 2020 horizon, cogitating on what the 12 months ahead holds for Ireland.
Stunning images captured by the National Monuments Service (NMS) show light filtering through Newgrange leading up to today's Winter Solstice.
An Bord Pleanála has upheld an appeal against the Tower Hotel in Waterford City to extend its property into a Georgian quarter.
Kevin Markham discusses great links, great folk and retirement with Mr Waterville Golf, Noel Cronin.
Irish-based businesses are recruiting and expanding across a wide range of sectors. Here is a selection of people who have moved into interesting new roles.
Strandhill was announced as the winner of the European Destination of Excellence (EDEN) at an event at the Sligo Park Hotel this afternoon.
Tailoring holiday offerings is key to attracting the type of tourist you want, writes Jenny De Saulies
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