New five-star hotel in Portrush overlooking a golf course due to open in 2023


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A new hotel will open in Portoş in 2023.

Dunluce Lodge will be a five-star luxury hotel and spa with 35 newly built rooms. The hotel will be built on the famous fourth doorstep of the Royal Porto Golf Club, overlooking the city of Porto and the Donegal and Cheris Springs.

Management firm Valor Hospitality Partners said it was hired to run the hotel.

Meanwhile, the architects of The Dunluce Lodge will be Maxwell and Company, Inverness, who specialize in designing luxury resorts, castles and hotels.

The project will be the first of its kind in the Northern Ireland coast region, where there is no other five-star hotel within a 60-mile radius.

The five-star area has been in demand for many years, and Tourism NI, Causeway Coast, and Glens Council welcome this investment in the area.

The Royal Portrush: The Royal Portrush,” said Brian McCarthy, chief UK and Europe chief at Valor Hospitality. Golf club and local area.

“With its five-star status, this resort will attract visitors from all over the world, and with our experience in managing luxury resorts around the world, including golf projects in South Africa and the United States, we are ready to use our experience.” Our first development in Ireland North”.

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He added: “In 2021, Valor’s UK portfolio will double, which is a sign of a real share of our growth ambitions.

“As we expand, it is especially special to work on a similar project that we have been involved in since its inception and we look forward to making development progress.

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Source: Belfastlive


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