Today Donald Trump stopped off at Shannon airport on his way to inspect his latest acquisition, the Doonbeg Golf Resort which he has now rebranded Trump International Golf links and Hotel Ireland. He paid $15 million for the property when it came on the market after the previous owners went into liquidation. Mr. Trump said that he intends to invest a further $30 million, at least, to upgrade and extend the facility.
He told Irish finance minister Michael Noonan that he believed that Ireland is recovering well from the recession and that he envisaged great times ahead. He expects Trump International Golf Links and Hotel Ireland to become one of the world’s leading high-class golf resorts and to be a major facility and tourist attraction in the west of Ireland.
This is the first Trump Hotel Ireland has accepted but it is expected that there may be more in the future.
He said that he expected Trump Hotel Doonbeg to create numerous jobs in the area and also hinted that he might be looking at other investments. This is all good news for County Clare and additionally the likelihood is that there would be spin off jobs and services to supply and maintain the facility into the future.
Trump International Golf Links & Hotel Doonbeg is a premier 5 Star Hotel in County Clare. It is located beside the golf course and features the fantastic Ocean View Restaurant, Trumps Bar & Restaurant at the 18th hole and the White Horses Spa.
Rooms at Trump Hotel Doonbeg
These large luxury 5-star suites have a kitchen, living area with fireplace, Wi-Fi and bathrooms with walk-in showers. There are various sizes of suite available including Premier Three-Bedroom Suite with Courtyard View to accommodate up to 6
Four-Bedroom Cottage to accommodate up to 8
Classic Double Room
Classic Two-Bedroom Suite
Premier Four-Bedroom Suite with Ocean View to accommodate up to 8
There are numerous other configurations available. For the full range check here:
Staying at this Trump hotel in Ireland is a truly great holiday experience for golfers or others on the west coast of Clare on the Wild Atlantic Way.