Dublin: Two or Three Night Stay For Two from €89 at Camden Deluxe Hotel
- Hotel at Dublin 2 location within walking distance of Temple Bar
- Housed in old theatre with its own ballroom-cum-nightclub
- Used as location in a feature film
- Bar and pool hall
- Two or three night stay for two
- Double en suite room
- Wi-Fi, TV, and tea and coffee making facilities
- Late check-out
Last arrival dates 10 January 2013 for two night stays and 11 January 2013 for three night stays. Limit 1 per 2 people. Limit 1 per stay. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking required by phone on +00353 1478 0808, or email to firstname.lastname@example.org. No weekend availability during Sep-Oct. Non-refundable once confirmed. Modifications subject to availability. Check-in from 2pm; late check-out by midday. Valid for stay in double room. Fri and Sat stays incur €40 surcharge per two people. Excludes breakfast. Valid on option purchased only.
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Posed amid Dublin's bold scenes of past and present, guests at the Camden Deluxe Hotel can stomp the boards in a converted theatre with its own ballroom-turned-club. A focal point for exploring the capital city, the Dublin 2 area sets the stage for culture with the likes of Trinity College and Temple Bar waiting in the wings. Galleries, museums, and nightlife also sing out a syncopated chorus in the capital, which boasts a richly diverse heritage reaching from Viking settlement to the predominating Georgian architecture.
Get arty and party with today's Groupon from the Camden Deluxe Hotel. Choose from the following options:
Stay for two
In a double en suite room with late check-out
• €89 for a two-night stay
• €130 for a three-night stay
Retaining the listed building's theatrical façade while installing modern amenities within, this hotel is a mixture of venerable decadence and contemporary comfort. The theatre's old ballroom still lights up a party with the original vaulted ceiling and lavish decorations, but is known nowadays as the Palace Nightclub. Featured in the Alan Parker film The Commitments, the club is stamped with its own little dose of fame, while its bar and pool hall dish out entertainment.
Skip the usual crowds at Temple Bar and take a stroll around the quieter parts of the local area to stumble upon a portal of arts, music, and literature at Trinity College. While there, make sure to peruse the grand vaults of the Old Library, a stunning 18th century ode to knowledge. Continue artsy ganders by taking a trip to the James Joyce centre, doffing a cap at Oscar Wilde's statue in Merrion Square Park and perusing rare Yeats scribblings at the Dublin Writers Museum. Finally, flow through beverage tours at the Old Jameson Distillery and the Guinness Storehouse, before heading back to the hotel to dance the night away.
• Double room with en suite bathroom
• Rooms with television, Wi-Fi, and tea and coffee making facilities
• Late check-out at midday
Trains: The two main stations, Connelly and Heuston, are within a 10 minute drive of the hotel. Connelly provides services to Wexford and Belfast, while Heuston serves Cork, Galway, and Kerry.
Road: The hotel sits on Lower Camden Street, which is just off the N81 for those entering the city from the South.