Ireland-based hotel operator Dalata Hotel Group has reached an agreement to extend the lease on the Maldron Hotel at Dublin Airport for an additional two years. 

The company has leased the four-star hotel since 2014 and the existing lease agreement for the 251-room was scheduled to expire this month. 

Opened in 1972, the hotel is located a short walk from Dublin Airport’s main terminals. 

It includes dining options such as Grain & Grill Restaurant, which serves European dishes while the bar offers a casual dining setting along with a selection of cocktails. 

The hotel also provides a grab-and-go breakfast option and features a Red Bean Roastery, which serves freshly brewed coffee. 

Other amenities at the property include ten meeting rooms and executive boardrooms featuring built-in AV equipment and free Wi-Fi. 

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In addition, the hotel has an onsite car parking service and offers business guests a 24-hour complimentary shuttle bus to and from Dublin Airport. 

Maldron Hotel is said to have served more than 4.5 million guests while in operation. 

Last November, Dalata opened its premier Maldron Hotel in Finsbury Park, London, which comprises 91 rooms. 

The company, which acquired the property for £44.3m ($55.5m), dedicated an additional £4.1m ($5.2m) to bring the property in line with the standards of its Maldron brand.  

Before this, the company also acquired a development site at 28 St. Andrew’s Square in Edinburgh, Scotland, from Aviva Life & Pensions UK for £12.5m, in October 2023.  

Dalata currently includes 19 leased hotels and owns 31 additional hotels across Ireland, Britain, and Continental Europe.  

The company’s portfolio comprises 11,400 rooms along with 1,300 more which are currently under development.