A new four-star hotel right beside Dublin Airport’s Terminal 2 will create 400 jobs during and after construction, airport operator DAA has announced.
Work on the 11-storey terminal-linked building will begin next October and will have 402 rooms, making it Ireland’s fourth largest hotel.
It will employ 250 people while the build, expected to take 18 months, will create 150 temporary jobs. Planning permission for the development has already been granted and it is expected to be open to the public by 2019.
The DAA has appointed property consultants Savills Hotels & Leisure to seek expressions of interest for the development and operation of the new facility, which will be developed under a Finance, Build Operate and Transfer (FBOT) model.
The successful bidder will construct the hotel and operate it for a specified period of time, before eventually transferring it back to the control of the DAA.
The new 22,840 square metre property is to occupy a prime 0.8 acre site between Terminal 2 and the T2 multi-storey car park.
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