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Bigger hotel for Clerys site

The developers of the former Clerys department store on O’Connell Street in Dublin have secured planning permission for a larger hotel than originally proposed on the site.clerys1119
 Dublin City Council has approved revised plans by OCES Property Holdings that will see the proposed four-star hotel contained in the redevelopment of the landmark building extended by two floors to nine storeys and the number of bedrooms from 176 to 213.
 The hotel will be located on the site of the former Clerys warehouse building on Earl Place, which has already been demolished.

 

Consultants for OCES Property Holdings said the revised plans, which would result in the removal of some bedrooms on the ground floor, would permit expanded restaurant facilities and would make for “a much more economically viable hotel size”.
 
 

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