Ireland Observed Newsletter – September 2019

September is now upon us, we gracefully begin our decent into Fall, as the verdant leaves and our rolling green hills enjoy this years final stretch of summer. We’ve had a very busy year, with lots of happy families entrusted to our care.

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Star-Struck Dublin – New Luxury Hotels

Dublin is showing no signs of slowing down when it comes to the rise of exciting new properties. The Emerald Capital is welcoming a wealth of new luxury hotels in the coming months.

A brutal towering triangle protrudes out of a street corner, in one of the most desirable part of Dublin. What is it? It’s the Marlin and much like the fish of its namesake, The Marlin is one of the sharpest looking sights this side of the Atlantic. Dublin’s newest open hotel is perfect for those with a taste for the cutting edge. Creative interiors with natural elements, such as the indoor garden room. The Marlin has 300 bedrooms but again, in keeping with modern urban trends, pod-style rooms are embraced and comfort is prioritised. The bedrooms range from cosy cabins to larger open rooms but the large beds and modern facilties are across the board. Just off of St.Stephens Green the Marlin finds itself in the ideal location for both business and leisure travellers.

The Magadelene Laundries (remember Philomena?) have been a painful, uncomfortable and dark part of Irelands past, until now when one will become a place of calm, comfort and luxury! Hayfield Manor have just announced plans to invest €50 million to turn an old Magdalene Laundry in Dublin into a 195 bedroom 5 star hotel. This hotel will have great facilities, gyms, restaurants, bars and even a tea room!

The Red Carnation group, the same hoteliers behind The Chesterfield and beloved Ashford Castle have recently acquired Hatch Hall, a unique Victorian Gothic building in the heart of Dublin. Next month we will tell you about their plans for Scotland.

New Luxury Hotels,Bono’s Whiskey and The Shortest Street in the World! September is now upon us, we gracefully begin our decent into Fall, as the verdant leaves and our rolling green hills enjoy this years final stretch of summer. We’ve had a very busy year, with lots of happy families entrusted to our care.

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