From Our Editors
Situated in the 18th-century Georgian buildings of 35, 36 and 37 Charlemont Street, Clayton Hotel Charlemont marries the old with the new. 35 Charlemont Street was the birthplace of Irish-American sculptor Augustus Saint-Gaudens, the designer of the Parnell Monument, dubbed The Irish Michaelangelo. In the present day, the hotel restaurant was named in his honour. The hotel itself offers a choice of fully equipped rooms with complimentary wi-fi, air conditioning, work area with USB ports, a laptop-compatible safe and more, all in a city-centre location. The venue is also available for business events, as well as communion and confirmation parties.