Prosecuting Counsel Sinead Gleeson said there was no objection to the application on condition that the defendant lodged his passport with a County Wexford garda station.
Remanding the defendant on continuing bail, Judge Barry Hickson adjourned sentencing in the trial, which yesterday entered its fourth week, to April 19.
In her closing speech on Friday, Ms Gleeson told the jury that this was a very straightforward case and described the victim as a very credible witness who was consistent in giving her evidence in the trial.
She said: 'Why would she come and tell lies in the witness box? she was distraught on the bed with her knees up to her chest.' Ms Gleeson said her client was digitally assaulted by the man, adding that it was a strange and unusual case, 'but these things do happen'.
He told how he attended the hotel in response to the call received on the morning from the lady in question.
Inspector Whelan left his colleague Mark Whitty there as he decided to investigate by going from door to door along the hotel corridor.
'This is a case where there is really only a complaint.' He questioned the evidence given by the complainant and her sister, adding that the jury can expect to find inconsistencies in his client's evidence as statements were given months after the alleged offence occurred.
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He denied taking any of the women's clothes, touching her breast or her private parts.
No evidence was heard last Tuesday because one of the jurors was unwell, but on Wednesday the case resumed, with the jury hearing cross examination of Garda Whitty by Mr Peart.