Two New Apart-Hotels Proposed For Belfast

By Dave Simpson
Two New Apart-Hotels Proposed For Belfast

Owner of Belfast's Ten Square boutique hotel Patrick Kearney has announced plans to invest more than £40 million in opening two new apart-hotels in the city, one of which is proposed for Stockmans Way and the other of which is planned to be developed on Apollo Road.

According to The Belfast Telegraph, the proposed Ten Square apart-hotel at Stockmans Way would be titled Ten Square West while the venue proposed for Adelaide Business Centre on Apollo Road would be called Ten Square South.

Investment And Room Count

A spokesperson for Kearney's company, Kilmona Property, revealed that £18 million would be invested in the 82-bed Ten Square West, the plans for which also include 46 apartments, with €23.5 million being invested in Ten Square South, which would feature 87 bedrooms and 26 apartments as well as 14 business studios and 10 studios for working or living.

Kilmona will be holding pre-application community consultation events at The Doyen pub of Balmoral over the next two weeks ahead of filing planning applications for the proposed hotels.

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