Citywest hotel in Dublin opens to guests for the first time since 2020 after playing an important role in the fight against Covid-19

The largest hotel in the country – the Citywest Hotel in Dublin – opened its doors today for the first time in nearly two years.

The hotel played an important role during the Covid-19 pandemic, where it was used as a temporary testing facility, self-isolation facility and a vaccination center.

Ciaran Cunningham, Executive Chef, Glenn Valentine, CEO, and members of the Citywest Hotels team

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Ciaran Cunningham, Executive Chef, Glenn Valentine, CEO, and members of the Citywest Hotels team
Glenn Valentine, CEO, Brenda Orlans, Front Manager, and Cian Caulfield, Citywest Hotel Manager

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Glenn Valentine, CEO, Brenda Orlans, Front Manager, and Cian Caulfield, Citywest Hotel Manager

After closing in line with the entire hospitality sector, it was Licensed by HSE until the end of January 2022 to support the national effort to control the virus.

However, thanks to the easing of restrictions on the hotel sector, the 764-bedroom hotel – located just off the N7 road – is once again open for business.

Despite being closed since the beginning of 2020, hoteliers are still hopeful for a strong 2022 with strong domestic demand from companies and event organizers as well as a return of international tourism. for both leisure and business.

The hotel has received a wide range of overseas conference and conference bookings, including the Love Your Home exhibition, DIY Exhibition, Hardware Show and Wedding Magazine.

They are also expanding their team size and aiming to return to the 350-plus staff they were before closing.

Glenn Valentine, General Manager of Citywest Hotel said: “Today is a really important day for all of the team at Citywest, and we are delighted to finally be able to reopen the Hotel for everyone. old and new customers.

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“We have a very ambitious strategy to rebuild our business and operations to the level it was in before the pandemic.

“The owners and leadership team at Citywest are extremely proud and grateful to our team for the tremendous work that has been done to support HSE operations over the past two years, and also to the Professionalism and dedication of HSEhealth workers have been active here and a large number of volunteers and others who have supported the national effort.

“It is a relief that the hospitality sector can now reopen and hopefully the travel and travel restrictions caused by the pandemic will be a thing of the past. We look forward to welcoming those guests for what promises to be a busy opening weekend of the Six Nations.”

https://www.thesun.ie/news/8307536/dublin-citywest-hotel-reopens-guests-covid/ Citywest hotel in Dublin opens to guests for the first time since 2020 after playing an important role in the fight against Covid-19

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