Killashee Hotel of Naas, Co. Kildare, has officially joined FBD Hotels & Resorts.
Killashee Hotel is the sixth hotel in the company's portfolio of four-star hotels and resorts, joining The Heritage Hotel in Laois, Castleknock Hotel in Dublin, Faithlegg in Waterford, and La Cala and Sunset Beach Club on the Costa del Sol in Spain.
FBD Hotels & Resorts acquired Killashee Hotel from Tetrarch Capital for €25 million, and has committed an investment of €1.1 million over the next three months with a total investment of €5 million by 2024. The immediate plans for Killashee include the refurbishment of the reception and entrance porch areas as well as The Terrace restaurant and The Bistro, which will have clearly defined restaurant and bar areas. Additionally, The Graydon Wing and its 70 bedrooms will be upgraded with new furnishings, televisions, Dyson hairdryers and Nespresso machines, contemporary luxuries with classic design, as part of this first phase.
Statement By CEO of FBD Hotels & Resorts
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CEO of FBD Hotels & Resorts David Kelly stated, "We are delighted to add Killashee Hotel to the FBD Hotels and Resorts portfolio. Killashee Hotel is a successful business with a longstanding reputation of excellence. As we embark on this next chapter with Killashee Hotel, we are excited to work with the management team to continuously improve the hotel’s services and offering. We have both short-term and long-term investment plans for the hotel to include investments in the business, its infrastructure, and its people. We are confident that these investments will allow us to build on the successful reputation of Killashee Hotel, while continuing to maintain the highest quality standards in hospitality going forward."
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