Beginning Dec. 1, guests of the Conrad Dublin receive special holiday cheer during their stay in Ireland. Kick off the holiday season early on the Emerald Isle with an incredible family trip.
Stroll through the classically decorated city streets perusing shops, restaurants and museums with an added feeling of cheer. Stock up on traditional wool Irish sweaters, hats and scarves for yourself, or bring home for family and friends before Christmas.
With special events occurring throughout the city, both tourists and locals enjoy traditional Irish holiday events, as the hotel provides an exclusive package for the early holiday season. Enjoy the multimillion dollar renovations of the Conrad with an overnight stay, including breakfast, beginning at $274 per night.
Spring for a holiday getaway and enjoy the same yuletide cheer and tidings you would with the family at home, but without all of the dishes. The Unforgettable Christmas package offers guests a two-night stay at Conrad Dublin, Dec. 24–25. This special booking includes a warm welcome, complete with homemade mulled wine and mince pies, before a special evening of festive cocktails and cuisine at Lemuel’s. Explore the city at night and enjoy the old-world architecture decorated with lights and festive flair.
Wake up to a leisurely breakfast Christmas morning, but save room for a full, indulgent, lavish lunch at The Coburg. Help the younger kids get the attention of Santa Claus, known to be in and around the hotel this time of year. The Christmas package starts at $646 per person and adds an extra special touch to your family holiday away.
The winter holidays in Ireland are truly a magical time and showcase old-fashioned traditions and the spirit of the season. Check out the various events located around the city this winter and enjoy an early holiday getaway or opt for a special celebration of Christmas in Dublin, Ireland. Special tea times and seasonal culinary offerings can be found around the city all month long.
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