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Hotels booked to cope with Covid-19 costing State millions

The highest spend, €299,525.37, was for rooms in the 131-room Kingsley Hotel in Cork

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Invoices paid for hotel, B&B and other types of accommodation up to July 15 show that the highest spend, €299,525.37, was for rooms in the 131-room Kingsley Hotel in Cork

Invoices paid for hotel, B&B and other types of accommodation up to July 15 show that the highest spend, €299,525.37, was for rooms in the 131-room Kingsley Hotel in Cork

Invoices paid for hotel, B&B and other types of accommodation up to July 15 show that the highest spend, €299,525.37, was for rooms in the 131-room Kingsley Hotel in Cork

Hotel rooms and guest-house accommodation during the coronavirus pandemic is costing the State millions of euro, figures reveal.

Invoices paid for hotel, B&B and other types of accommodation up to July 15 show that the highest spend, €299,525.37, was for rooms in the 131-room Kingsley Hotel in Cork. However, it is not known how many rooms this figure relates to.

The second highest payment, €292,247, has been made to the Maldron hotel in Parnell Square, Dublin, ­followed by €164,220 to the Radisson Blu Hotel in Golden Lane, also in the capital.


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