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Dalata Hotel Group Officially Opens Maldron Kevin Street


Maldron Hotel Kevin Street celebrated its official opening on Wednesday, 26th September. The hotel, which is owned and operated by Dalata Hotel Group, Ireland’s leading hotel operator, opened its doors following a 26-million-euro investment which took approximately 17 months to complete.

The hotel was officially opened by Minister for Housing, Planning and Local Government, Eoghan Murphy TD and John Hennessy, Chairman of Dalata Hotel Group PLC.

The hotel is among a multi-million euro investment throughout the Maldron Hotel network in Ireland which includes extensions of two existing hotels while also opening a new hotel in Cork.

PIC SHOWS:Pat McCann (Dalata Hotel Group Chief Executive), Dermot Crowley (Dalata Hotel Group Deputy Chief Executive), John Hennessy (Dalata Hotel Group Chairman), Ann Marie Traynor (General Manager, Maldron Hotel Kevin Street) and Stephen McNally (Dalata Hotel Group Chief Executive)

Located on the corner of Kevin Street and New Street in Dublin 8 and boasting 137 bedrooms, the hotel is centrally located overlooking St. Patrick’s Cathedral and just minutes’ walk from Dublin’s St. Stephen’s Green shopping district, providing a city centre location for guests who are looking for stylish and comfortable accommodation with Dublin city at their doorstep.

Guests and visitors to Maldron Kevin Street can expect great food from the Grain and Grill Restaurant as well as Dalata Hotel Group’s own coffee brand, Red Bean Roastery, a signature blend of coffee prepared by expert baristas. Led by head chef Jennifer Donoghue and a team of 10, Grain & Grill Restaurant serves a refreshing menu of healthy and hearty meals designed to cater for all palettes.

Pat McCann, CEO of Dalata Hotel Group said, “We are delighted to officially open our Maldron Hotel on Kevin Street and we were delighted to welcome Minister Murphy and thank him for taking the time to be part of yesterday’s event.

This hotel, situated in an exciting and vibrant part of the city is an excellent addition to our Dublin portfolio and strengthens our position as market leader. As the Irish economy continues to grow, and with domestic and inbound tourism numbers expected to increase, our pipeline of rooms in both Dublin, and regional Ireland, means that we are well placed to cater for that growth.

The opening of this hotel has resulted in the creation of over 70 jobs with an investment of €26 million in the local area. We are enthusiastic about the prospects for this hotel and we look forward to partnering with our neighbours over the coming year.”

Designed with sustainability in mind, Maldron Hotel Kevin Street was constructed to achieve a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Gold Certification under the LEED 2009 for New Construction criteria, providing a modern, comfortable yet sustainable installation.

Guests wishing to stay in any Maldron Hotel are encouraged to book direct through www.maldronhotelkevinstreet.com in order to save €10/£10 per room per night. Make It Maldron exclusive discount is available on all Maldron Hotels’ most popular rates.


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