Dublin Ireland Hyatt Hotel
Hyatt Hotels today announced the opening of the first Hyatt hotel in Ireland, managed by Hodson Bay Group in Dublin, Ireland. Today, Hyatts Hotel Corporation announced its first hotel opening in the Republic of Ireland and announced a new partnership with the Hotel Group of Dublin to design, build, operate and manage a brand new hotel. Today it was announced that the hotel will be open for bookings by the end of this year.
The hotel will be located in the Liberties, a historic and lively area in the heart of Dublin that has undergone a significant regeneration in recent years. The Liberties in Dublin will also be home to some of the city's most popular tourist attractions, such as the National Museum of Ireland and the Royal Botanic Gardens, and is a popular destination for visitors from around the world and residents alike. It is within walking distance of Dublin's main attractions, including the Guinness World Records Museum, Olympic Park, Dublin City Hall and Dublin Castle.
To help guests discover all that Dublin has to offer, the hotel is within walking distance of some of Dublin's main attractions, including the Guinness World Records Museum, Olympic Park, Dublin City Hall and Dublin Castle. To help guests discover everything, the hotel, which allows guests to discover all that Dublin has to offer, is also within walking distance of a number of the city's most popular tourist attractions, including the Guinness World Records Museum, the Royal Botanic Gardens and the National Museum of Ireland.
Within walking distance are many attractions such as the Guinness World Records Museum, the Royal Botanic Gardens and the National Museum of Ireland. Guests will also be close to many of the city's most popular tourist attractions, including Olympic Park, Dublin City Hall and Dublin Castle, as well as Dublin's main shopping and dining districts. Guests will have been within walking distance of a number of attractions including Dublin's World Records Museum, the Royal Botanic Garden and the National Museum of Ireland.
The Hyatt Centric Dublin will provide a launch pad from which travellers can experience all that Dublin has to offer. The Hyatt Centric Hotel will stand out from other Dublin hotels by providing a fascinating, localised customer experience, with a focus on the city's most popular tourist attractions, such as Olympic Park, Dublin City Hall and Dublin Castle, as well as many of the main shopping and dining areas and the Royal Botanic Garden and National Museum of Ireland. HyattCentricDublin will provide a launch pad through which travellers can experience everything that is there, Hyatts Centrics in Dublin will be provided as a launch pad for travellers who can experience everything that Dublin has to offer, from the Guinness World Records Museum to Dublin's World Heritage Sites.
St. Patrick's Cathedral is well known and is one of the best places to visit in any direction, as is the Guinness Store House. Temple Bar is less than 15 minutes "walk away, while the shopping street on Grafton Street is not much further away.
There is a talented baker somewhere in the hotel and I highly recommend a visit to the bakery bakery on the third floor of the Dublin hotel. The Liberties Gate Bar offers a wide selection of local beers and cocktails, as well as some of Dublin's best food and drink. It is one of Ireland's most popular bars and restaurants, with great food, great drinks and great atmosphere.
John O'Brien, Chief Executive Officer of Hyatt Centric Ireland, said: "The freedom in Dublin is a milestone for Hyatt in Europe. The Liberties are the essence of our brand as Hyatts Centrics, unparalleled, "said Hyatts Ireland Executive Vice President and General Manager Patrick O'Brien.
To Ballard's delight, Ms Preckwinkle added: "This announcement is an unforgettable visit to Ireland. To Ballard's "delight," Ms Preck added with a wink that the announcement marked a "memorable" visit to Ireland.
The fact that we in Cook County are so proud to have teamed up with the Hodson Bay Group here at Lakeside in Athlone makes this visit all the more special. The idea of a hotel like we love to have in Cook County and to work together here in Lakesides, Alabama, makes my visit to you all so special! The idea that I'm so happy, that we're so proud of our partnership with our friends and partners in Ireland, and that we're joining forces up here in Lakefront in Lake and AthLone, makes this trip all the more unique.
Denis Naughton, Minister for Communications, expressed his delight and said: "Hodson Bay Group is one of the leading hospitality companies in Ireland and Hyatt's attraction to the Irish market is a testament to its commitment to the Irish hospitality industry. In many ways, this is self-explanatory, but the recognition the Group has achieved as a leading hospitality organization and as a leading global hotel operator in terms of sales, marketing and customer service underscores the importance of this partnership to our business and our customers. Communications Minister Denis Naughton said: "HodsonBay Group is one of our leading hospitality companies in Ireland, so it was a credit to them and their commitment to Irish hospitality to attract Hyatt to the Irish market.