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HOTELIERS REJECTS JLC SYSTEM AS OUTDATED AND COUNTERPRODUCTIVE

05.02.2015
HOTELIERS REJECTS JLC SYSTEM AS OUTDATED AND COUNTERPRODUCTIVE
“JLCs jeopardise job creation and should be assigned to history,” says IHF President
 

HOTELIERS WARN MANDATORY CALORIE-LABELLING ENTIRELY INAPPROPRIATE FOR HOTELS

05.02.2015
HOTELIERS WARN MANDATORY CALORIE-LABELLING ENTIRELY INAPPROPRIATE FOR HOTELS
 
Thursday, 5th February 2015: The Irish Hotels Federation (IHF) today warned against the introduction of mandatory labelling of calories on menus in hotels and guesthouses. Commenting on the Government decision to implement a mandatory system for restaurants and other food outlets, IHF President Stephen McNally said that the scheme must remain voluntary for hotels and guesthouses.
 

Hoteliers urge Government to safeguard Aer Lingus' Heathrow Landing Slots

16.01.2015

HOTELIERS URGE GOVERNMENT TO SAFEGUARD AER LINGUS’ HEATHROW LANDING SLOTS

Heathrow slots are of critical strategic importance to Irish Tourism

Hotels Barometer - 86% of Hotels Seeing Increase Business Levels

22.12.2014
90% OF IRISH HOTELS UPBEAT FOR 2015 ACCORDING TO IHF INDUSTRY BAROMETER
“Ireland Now Firmly Back on the Tourism Map Following Two Years of Impressive Growth”
 
•    86% of hoteliers and guesthouses report increased business levels
   66% of hoteliers have taken on new staff this year

HOTELIERS CALL FOR MORE AMBITIOUS GROWTH TARGETS FOR IRISH TOURISM

17.12.2014

HOTELIERS CALL FOR MORE AMBITIOUS GROWTH TARGETS FOR IRISH TOURISM

Irish Hotels Federation Statement to the Joint Oireachtas Committee on Transport and Communications

 

HOTELIERS SUPPORT IRFU INTENTION TO BID FOR 2023 RUGBY WORLD CUP

05.12.2014

HOTELIERS SUPPORT IRFU INTENTION TO BID FOR 2023 RUGBY WORLD CUP

 

The Irish Hotels Federation (IHF) welcomes the decision by the IRFU to submit an all-Ireland bid to host the 2023 Rugby World Cup. The IHF states that a successful bid would see hundreds of thousands of additional overseas visitors come to Ireland, providing an economic boost for local businesses including hotels and guesthouses.

 

HOTELIERS WELCOME RETENTION OF 9% TOURISM VAT RATE

14.10.2014

HOTELIERS WELCOME RETENTION OF 9% TOURISM VAT RATE

Pro-tourism Budget Measures will Support Creation of Thousands of New Jobs

 

HOTELIERS REJECT SIPTU CLAIMS REGARDING 9% TOURISM VAT RATE

09.10.2014

 

HOTELIERS REJECT SIPTU CLAIMS REGARDING 9% TOURISM VAT RATE

“It’s time for SIPTU to act responsibly and stop jeopardising jobs,” says IHF President

 

EUROS 2020 - A MAJOR COUP FOR IRISH TOURISM

19.09.2014

EUROS 2020 - A MAJOR COUP FOR IRISH TOURISM

Dublin Looks Forward to Welcoming Tens of Thousands of EURO 2020 Fans, Says IHF

 

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