Hard Rock International have revealed their plans to open a Hard Rock Hotel in Dublin in 2020.
The company are working in collaboration with Tifco Limited, one of Ireland’s biggest hotel companies, with the hopes that the hotel will “shine a light on the musical vibrancy of the destination, past and present”.
The 120-bedroom hotel will be built on Dublin city centre’s Lord Edward Street. It will be made up of two structures: the Exchange Buildings, the current site of the Parliament Hotel, and the Fashion House Building.
Hard Rock have said that the Fashion House will be entirely rebuilt and turned into the new hotel entrance and reception. A glass link bridge will link the two buildings.
The company have promised that they will be retaining and restoring the building’s red building facade from 1912, the interiors of the Parliament building will be totally “reimagined” – and contain unique music-inspired and priceless memorabilia.
Hard Rock Hotel Dublin will also contain an all-day restaurant, showcasing some of the freshest ingredients from across the country, as well as a bar.
Todd Hricko, SVP & Head of Global Hotel Development for Hard Rock International, said of the project:
“Ireland has always been a place close to our hearts, and it only seems right to open a Hard Rock Hotel in Dublin, given the city’s musical roots.
“This is an exciting opportunity to extend our presence in Europe and elevate the one-of-a-kind offering at Hard Rock Hotels to the next level.”