Press Release: HOTELIERS GIVE CAUTIOUS WELCOME TO BUDGET 2022

12.10.2021

HOTELIERS GIVE CAUTIOUS WELCOME TO BUDGET 2022

 

IHF Calls on Government to Reconsider Position on 9% VAT

 

HOTELIERS WELCOME INCREASE IN WEDDING GUEST NUMBERS

27.07.2021

 

HOTELIERS WELCOME INCREASE IN WEDDING GUEST NUMBERS

27th July 2021          

The Irish Hotels Federation (IHF) has welcomed the decision by the Government to allow weddings of up to 100 guests from August 5th.

HOTELIERS CALL FOR CLARITY ON WEDDING NUMBERS

25.07.2021

HOTELIERS CALL FOR CLARITY ON WEDDING NUMBERS

25TH July 2021                  

Hoteliers Welcome Government Funding for Sector

23.07.2021

HOTELIERS WELCOME GOVERNMENT FUNDING FOR SECTOR

Part of Tourism Business Continuity Scheme

 

Hoteliers Welcome Recommendation to Extend 9% Vat to 2025

21.07.2021

 

Hoteliers Welcome Recommendation to Extend 9% Vat to 2025
Joint Committee on Tourism, Culture, Arts, Sport and Media publish report and recommendations

Hoteliers Look Forward to Resumption of Indoor Hospitality

12.07.2021

Following Government measures announced today, the Irish Hotels Federation (IHF) looks forward to the resumption of indoor hospitality later this month. Tim Fenn, Chief Executive, also welcomed the news that children will be exempt from the requirement to be vaccinated. “Today’s announcement is an important milestone in the reopening of society and the economy and in the recovery of Ireland’s tourism and hospitality industry,” he said.

 

HOTELIERS DISAPPOINTED AT INDOOR DINING DELAY

29.06.2021

/sites/default/files/upload/ihi_htp_day.pdfThe Irish Hotels Federation, which represents hotel and guesthouse owners across the country, has expressed its disappointment at the Government’s announcement today that the reopening of indoor dining is being delayed. IHF President, Elaina Fitgerald Kane said the news was a crushing blow to businesses in the hospitality sector and the thousands of people who had been looking forward to returning to work next week.

IHF Skillnet launched to deliver new upskilling for Irish Hotels and Guesthouses

24.06.2021

The Irish Hotels Federation (IHF) and Skillnet Ireland, the national agency responsible for the competitiveness, productivity, and innovation of Irish businesses through enterprise-led workforce development, has today launched a new Irish Hotels Federation Skillnet to address business and skills challenges in the industry.

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