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CBRE announce the sale of Dublin hotel The Morrison

Written by Robert McHugh, on 17th May 2021. Posted in Property

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Zetland Capital, a London based Private Equity firm today announced that funds it manages have agreed to acquire the Morrison Hotel. Plans are being developed for modernisation and further investment into this 4-star, 145-room hotel, located in the centre of Dublin.

CBRE say the quay-side location of the Morrison, surrounded by shopping, hospitality and cultural attractions, and its popular Morrison Grill restaurant and Quay 14 bar make the hotel very well-positioned to benefit from the post pandemic recovery in tourism. Being within walking distance of the IFSC and steps from the Red LUAS line also makes the Morrison a key hotel for corporate business coming back into the city towards the end of 2021 and into 2022.

Zetland Capital was advised by Savills (commercial advisor), EY (financial and tax advisor), Dentons (legal advisor), Scollard Doyle (technical advisor) and Align Partners (operational advisor).

Speaking about the investment, General Manager of the Morrison, Patrick Joyce said, "We are excited to work with the Zetland team and their partners.  Their confidence and trust in our existing management team is clear, their desire to invest in the hotel is welcome and we are glad that they support our ambitions for the Morrison.  We look forward to re-opening our doors to our loyal customers on 2nd June 2021."

Chief Investment Officer at Zetland Capital, Ahmed Hamdani added, "We have a very active pipeline of leisure and hospitality opportunities across Europe. We understand the importance of the tourism sector to the Irish economy and are delighted to support Patrick and his team.  Our investment and collaboration come at an important time and will ensure the hotel can offer an even stronger proposition moving forward."

Source: www.businessworld.ie

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