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Tourism well placed to lead economic and societal post COVID-19 recovery

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Dr. Tony Johnston, Head of Department of Hospitality, Tourism and Leisure Studies, Athlone Institute of Technology, spoke with the Athlone Advertiser this week and outlined how the tourism industry is well placed to lead the post-COVID-19 recovery as economies reopen.

Radisson Galway to rebrand as The Galmont from January

One of the most prominent hotels in the west of Ireland is to change its name and be rebranded as a result of being bought and managed by an Irish-led company.

Radisson Galway to rebrand as The Galmont

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One of the most prominent hotels in the west of Ireland is to change its name and be rebranded as a result of being bought and managed by an Irish-led company.

Retaining 'the House' will boost Mayo tourism for the next century

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A few years ago, when going through old photos at home, I happened upon a set of old monochromes showing myself, about four or five, playing on the grounds of Westport House with the younger members of the Browne family. To this day I have no idea of how this came about, whether I had been kidnapped for the day, or merely abandoned, and the photograph offers no explanation that I have so far been able to decode.

Proposal to use LE Aisling as a floating museum in Galway

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Galway city councillor Pearce Flannery has opened up discussions about having the decommissioned Navy ship, LE Aisling, donated to the people of Galway in order for it to be used as a floating maritime museum moored at either Salthill or Galway Dock.

Report confirms importance of hospitality sector for Galway tourism

A new report confirms the hospitality sector is a significant component of the tourism infrastructure in Galway, with 504 pubs, 64 hotel bars and 141 fully licensed and wine licensed restaurants in the county. 

 

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