One of Dublin’s best-known hotels, The Mont Clare, has temporarily closed its doors to allow for a major transformation of the hotel and change of name to The Mont. The property, off Merrion Square, will reopen in Spring 2019.
The Irish-owned and family-run O’Callaghan Collection said that it is the final phase of a programme of refurbishments that have already taken place across O’Callaghan Collection’s Dublin hotels; The Alex, The Green and The Davenpor.
The group has already invested over €100m to date across their portfolio of hotels in Dublin, Gibraltar and Cambridge, England.
The new Mont Clare’s interiors will be completely redesigned and it will feature a new bar and winter garden, and extensive remodelling of the restaurant. The number of rooms will also increase from the current 74 rooms to 96 with technology upgrades for guests.
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