Dublin’s Trinity Townhouse relaunches after refurbishment

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Ireland: Owners Dr Stanley Quek and business partner Loh Lik Peng have relaunched the Trinity Townhouse following a €3.5 million refurbishment.

Located on South Frederick Street, the 31-bed boutique hotel is set across three listed Georgian buildings.

Upgrades include modern conveniences such as wifi and smart TVs.

Owners Quek and Peng bought the property in 2016 for €7 million, before acquiring the five-star Sheen Falls in Kenmare in late 2018.

Group general manager Seamus Crotty said there’s an opportunity to market the Dublin property as “Sheen Falls’ townhouse in the city” reported the Independent. 

Speaking about Sheen Falls, Crotty said that 2020 was shaping up to be the hotel’s best year on record. The impact of COVID-19 saw the business lose €1.2 million in cancellations.

Sheen Falls is set on 300-acres and comprises 72 rooms and five thatched cottages. It’s home to the 2AA Rosette restaurant The Falls.

Peng is the founder of Unlisted Collection, a lifestyle and hospitality brand of boutique hotels and restaurants. The group has venues in Singapore, County Kerry, Dublin, London, Shanghai and Sydney.

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