CELEBRATING 50TH YEAR IN HOSPITALITY, NOT AS IT WAS ORIGINALLY INTENDED…

3 July 2020 No Comments by The Northern Standard

The Four Seasons Hotel, Monaghan, first opened in July 1970 and they will reopen again on 2nd July, almost 50 years to the day when it first opened. Many celebrations were planned to mark this year, most of which have had to be cancelled due to the current restrictions but the flavour and tone of the celebrations was as a gesture of thanks to their customers both local and further afield who have supported them over the years and hopefully do so into the future.

Over a half-century the hotel has grown and changed with demands, building both a strong reputation for excellent food and hospitality and being the venue for multigenerational social gatherings both extravagant and intimate. Many millions have been invested over the years, with the addition of a leisure club, banquet suites and guest bedrooms plus the continuous need to refurbish and renew all the facilities both front and back of house.

As part of Four Seasons Hotel, Monaghan celebrations the artist Jane Murtagh, a renowned metal work artist from Co. Clare, was commissioned to create a piece to celebrate the Four Seasons in native Irish leaves. Absorbing inspiration from our native species that can be…

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