Aloft Dublin City,
|Address:||1c Clonskeagh Park,Clonskeagh ,D.14|
The first high-tech Aloft hotel to be opened in Dublin, and backed by billionaire media tycoon Denis O'Brien, will help tackle a hotel bedroom deficiency in the city, the Circuit Licensing Court has been told.
Barrister Kerry-Jane Morgan said that Blackpitts Hospitality Limited, which trades as Aloft Dublin City, planned to open the new 202-bedroom hotel in the Blackpitts area of Dublin's Liberties, near St Patrick's Cathedral.
She said the eight-storey, high-tech hotel would be ready to open in July 2018.
Counsel told Judge Karen Fergus that Blackpitts Hospitality Limited was applying for a declaratory order, ensuring the hotel would obtain a full licence if planning permission terms, as lodged with the court, are adhered to.
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|No of jobs:||50 Hotel;Construction not yet known|
|Job title:||Hotel work ;Construction|
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