Dublin City Council has approved plans for an extension of Dublin's Clarence Hotel which will increase the venue's room count from 59 to 115.
The hotel's operator, Brushfield, has been granted permission to build an interconnection between the hotel and the adjoining Dollard House, where 56 new bedrooms will be constructed. The new rooms will be located on Dollard House's three upper floors.
"A Very Positive Outcome"
The Irish Times quotes consultants for Brushfield as saying, "This proposed development seeks to make use of the under-utilised building in a prime tourist area and would represent a very positive outcome in that it adds tourist bedrooms within the city centre, but also will make the Clarence Hotel more sustainable and viable."
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