One of Dublin's most central hotels is up for sale... for €90 million
Do you have nearly €90 million to spare?
The Gibson Hotel in Dublin's docklands is up for sale for €87m.
The building is being sold by property auctioneers Savills, with the company saying it's likely to strike up a lot of interest.
The 4-star hotel has a restaurant, two bars, a gym and more than 250 bedrooms.
It also houses 20 suites and a conference room which can hold up to 300 people.
Savills' Fergus O’Farrell told thejournal.ie that the Gibson “offers investors the opportunity to acquire a rare hotel investment of scale with long-term secure income in a prime location”.
He further noted that investors will benefit “from the continued performance of the Irish economy, in particular the Irish hotel and tourism industry."
The hotel was named after the Gibson guitar and sits opposite the 3Arena, which Fergal says “was a strong influence for the musical theme of the hotel during its design and construction phase”.
The hotel is also home to First Dates Ireland.
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