Ashling Hotel crowned Ireland’s best city hotel in national award ceremony

by Gazette Reporter
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Staff at Dublin’s Ashling Hotel are celebrating yet again as they emerged victorious at the recent Irish Hotel Awards.  

It’s been a mammoth 2023 for the iconic Dublin hotel, which won over all city hotel of the year. Based in Dublin 8 in close proximity to Heuston Station and the Phoenix Park and numerous other landmarks in the capital.  

Staff and teams at the hotel received eight nominations across a host of categories at the annual awards ceremony, which recognises and rewards excellence in hospitality and services across Ireland.   

The Irish Hotel Awards are the only awards programme that takes an all-Ireland approach to working with the hospitality industry which makes this even sweeter. 

Of the eight nominations the hotel received, they emerged winners from five categories:  

Ashling Hotel Managing Director Ronan Walsh said the hotel would be “striving to continue to improve their best-in-class hospitality experience for guests in the heart of Dublin through their renowned friendly and professional approach.” 

Following a record summer for bookings from both international and domestic tourists at the four-star hotel, autumn has seen the return of their extremely popular and state-of-the art conference facilities and the hotel have said they anticipate a busy run up to the end of 2023.  

The most recent award successes represent a further boost for the hotel who have also announced plans to begin significant refurbishment works on the hotel in January 2024.  

The works will see a redesign on the ground floor at the Ashling Hotel along with significant investment in plant and machinery as we continue our journey towards zero carbon emissions.  

This latest investment in the hotel reaffirms the hotel’s commitment to improving customer experience at the hotel, having invested €250,000 last summer to add to and enhance the conference and meeting facilities, with 15 dedicated meeting/board rooms and larger conference rooms.  

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