Stoneshouse joins Food and Bev. Live
The Stonehouse Trade Show is to run alongside Food & Bev Live  at Citywest, Dublin on 6th F...

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Swiss and Irish Legends
By Deirdre McGlone   If there was ever a name that was synonymous with the very best in the w...

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50 Years of Bar Education
By  Andrew O'Gorman   This article was written 50 years ago- but little has changed: &n...

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Free Energy Workshops is running a series of FREE Focus on Energy Workshops during March across the co...

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Stoneshouse joins Food and Bev. Live
Swiss and Irish Legends
50 Years of Bar Education
Free Energy Workshops


Spa award for Ashford

The Spa at Ashford Castle has been named winner of ‘Northern Europe’s Luxury Hotel Spa Award 2017’ at the annual World Luxury Spa Awards. 001ashford

Restaurant plan for bank building

The developers who bought the old Central Bank HQ in Dublin plan to alter the building’s roof in a €75 million redevelopment.

Central Bank of Ireland

US property player Hines and its Hong Kong-based partner, Peterson, are seeking permission from Dublin City Council to put a 300-seat rooftop restaurant in the building.
The plans involve changing its roof to accommodate what will be a glass-covered restaurant with 360-degree views over the city centre.

5,000 new rooms for Dublin

There will be 5,000 additional hotel rooms in Dublin by 2020 according to  Fáilte Ireland, which published a report on accommodation capacity in Dublin for the five years between 2015 and 2020.


 Some 5,382 rooms are due to come on-stream between now and 2020, with the current supply-side pressures due to have significantly eased by 2019.
Of these additional rooms, 3,444 (64%) will come from new hotels, and 1,938 (36%) will come from extensions to existing hotels.
Previous Fáilte Ireland reports predicted an accommodation shortfall between 2016 and 2018, and while this is still likely to be the case, there will be more rooms available for tourists by 2020.
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Brexit Briefing for Griffin

  Minister of State for Tourism and Sport, Brendan Griffin, who  is visiting London this week, met with the Tourism Ireland team, where he was briefed on the organisation’s 2017


 promotional programme and the possible implications on travel of the decision by the UK to leave the EU.
 Minister Griffin is pictured with Julie Wakley, Tourism Ireland’s Head of Great Britain (front, centre), and the Tourism Ireland team in London.
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'Thrones' in China

 Tourism Ireland in China has teamed up with HBO Asia for season 7 of Game of Thrones. The promotion will run until the end of August – reminding Chinese fans of the TV show that Northern Ireland is one of the main filming locations for Game of Thrones, with numerous unforgettable set locations.
Pictured are Cleo Chen, Tourism Ireland (wearing her ‘White Walker’ cosplay arms); and Tim Losty, Northern Ireland Bureau, at the launch of the  promotion in the Indigo Shopping Mall in Beijing.
 chinathrones0817 The promotion is running on five popular online platforms, including Tencent (social network), Mtime (movie news and reviews website) and SiTV (Shanghai Interactive Television), as well as on HBO’s and Tourism Ireland’s social channels – and will reach more than 14 million people around China. It features a competition, with a chance for five lucky people to win a trip for two to the ‘real life Westeros’ of Northern Ireland, which will include a VIP Game of Thrones tour.
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