Hyatt is lined up to replace five star Four Seasons hotel in Dublin, Ireland

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  1. uggboy
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    Hyatt is lined up to replace five star Four Seasons hotel

     
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    More Hyatt's is a good thing! Ireland is a great place to expand their footprint!
     
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    Hyatt wanted by now for a longer time to expand in Ireland, here's there opportunity. I'm happy about this.
     
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    Fantastic news!

    @MrsGarp and I are scheduled for Dublin in October, so to get to stay in my home chain would be awesome!
     
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    I would think it would be a Park Hyatt. Maybe Andaz.
     
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    I've stayed there and the location is far from optimal. In addition, it's in dire need of renovation, I was there a couple of years back and afaik, nothing has been done. I suspect it's the same type of situation as the Park Hyatt Aviara: Four Season terminated and left.
     
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