Park Plaza Tyrrelstown Dublin Opens

. October 14, 2008

DUBLIN, Ireland, September 28, 2006. The brand new, 4-star deluxe Park Plaza Tyrrelstown, Dublin, has now opened, joining the growing network Park Plaza Hotels & Resorts worldwide. The hotel opened under the management of Ireland's leading hotel management company, Hotel Partners, following their territorial licence agreement with Park Plaza Hotels Europe - mastor franchisor for Carlson Hotels Worldwide's Park Plaza Hotels & Resorts brand.

Located in Dublin's Tyrrelstown, just 20 minutes from capital's centre, Park Plaza Tyrrelstown neighbours the huge corporate business parks of Blanchardstown and Ballycoolin, housing such organisations as e-Bay, IBM, BMS and Synopsis among the 400 companies resident. Not only ideal for business visitors, the hotels' proximity to prestigious golf clubs, retail outlets and extensive leisure facilities is already attracting the weekend traveller in search of a luxury break away from the bustle of Dublin city itself.

Park Plaza Tyrrelstown boasts 155 stylish guestrooms and suites, each equipped with a state-of-the-art interactive TV system and plasma screen, fax and modem points, laptop safe, mini-bar, complimentary broadband high-speed Internet access and large work desk.

In addition, the hotel's Maya-Ch'e restaurant, using the freshest and wholesome of ingredients, has already experienced rave reviews alongside its adjoining Hourglass cocktail bar.

The hotel's 11 conference rooms are fully air-conditioned with natural daylight, each with access to a 24-hour business centre. A gym with massage and beauty treatment rooms is also available to resident guests.

Park Plaza Tyrrelstown is Hotel Partners' second Park Plaza hotel to open since their territorial licence was granted in 2004, following Park Plaza Belfast located at the city's International Airport.

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