Marlin to open Dublin hotel in July

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Ireland: London serviced apartment group Marlin is set to open a €55 million 300-key hotel in Dublin this summer.

The Marlin Hotel will open in Dublin 2, creating 110 new jobs and offering 300 bedrooms. Marlin Group has developed the 110,000 square foot building at 11 Bow Lane East, adjacent to St Stephen's Green Shopping Centre.

The company has seven properties including aparthotels and a hotel at Waterloo in London. It opened its first development in 2003 and now has more than 600 serviced apartments and 230 bedrooms.

The Marlin Hotel in Dublin will include a co-working area, an indoor garden, a meeting space, a coffee dock and a 24-hour gym. It will also serve food and drinks.

General manager Michelle O'Donoghue said: "It truly is the first of its kind in Ireland a real hybrid offering. We are excited that Dublin is going to be home to something truly unique."

The hotel was designed by architects Cantrell Crowley and built by McAleer and Rushe.


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