The purchase brings MHL's total number of hotels to 13.
Brooks Hotel is located on Drury Street, minutes from Grafton Street, Fade Street and St Stephen's Green, in the heart of Dublin City. Comprising 98 guestrooms, the hotel also includes Francesca's Restaurant, Jasmine Bar, meeting spaces, a screening room, a residents lounge and a small gym with a sauna. Brooks Hotel has traded strongly for many years.
Commenting, Paul Higgins, partner, MHL Hotel Collection, said, "We are very pleased to welcome the Brooks Hotel and its staff to the MHL family. It has a well-deserved reputation for quality and hospitality and we hope to further enhance that through continued investment in the guest experience."
MHL Hotel Collection owns and operates all its hotels and is on track to exceed €200 million revenue in 2023. Its 8 hotels in Dublin city centre comprise a mixture of own brand and international branded hotels. It is also the largest Marriott franchisee in Ireland comprising the Westin, Powerscourt Hotel Resort & Spa and Moxy Hotels. Post this transaction, the MHL Hotel collection will have over 700 five-star bedrooms (including the new lodges at Glenlo Abbey Hotel & Estate) and over 2,400 bedrooms overall, located in Dublin, Galway, Limerick and Enniskerry.
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