The fourteen storey hotel has 129 guest bedrooms and suites, conference facilities including The Hamilton Suite which accommodates over 300 guests and a further eight boardrooms.
The new owners are planning a refurbishment programme of the hotel over the next few years, to further enhance the guest experience at The Gateway Hotel.
Business As Usual
The O’Callaghan Family Group are also the proprietors of the nearby Fairways Hotel in Dundalk. The Gateway Hotel will be managed by The iNUA Collection hotel group, who also manage The Fairways Hotel.
All the existing management and employees who were previously employed by The Crowne Plaza Dundalk will continue to work at The Gateway Hotel.
The iNua Collection management have confirmed that all future bookings made with the hotel will be honoured and that it will be very much 'business as usual' at the hotel.
The Gateway Hotel Dundalk was officially launched on Thursday by the O’Callaghan Family Group represented by Matthew O’Callaghan and Denis Williams.
"We're absolutely delighted to include the newly rebranded Gateway Hotel, Dundalk to our growing family business," said Matthew O’Callaghan.
"We've acquired a landmark property in the town with an excellent team and a loyal clientele. We see huge potential for The Gateway Hotel, and we're excited to enhance the look and feel of the property in the months and years ahead."
The iNua Collection
The iNua Collection operates 13 hotels across Ireland including Muckross Park Hotel & Spa, The Hillgrove Hotel Monaghan and the Radisson Blu Hotels in Cork, Limerick, Athlone & Sligo.
"We look forward to bringing our hospitality expertise and knowledge to The Gateway Hotel, ensuring that every guest will encounter exceptional friendly service and quality that defines our group brand," said Sean O’Driscoll, CEO of the iNUA Collection.
"Together with Matthew O’Callaghan and Denis Williams, and the Gateway Hotel team we will look forward to enhancing the guest’s experience at The Gateway Hotel, Dundalk and attracting lots of new business to the town.”