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Before the boom went sour, The Berkeley Court Hotel, then a five star hotel, was the hangout of the country’s socialites and well to do, and a night in the hotel and a meal in one of their award winning restaurants would have cost at least 200.
The hotel was bought by developer Sean Dunne in 2005 when he paid a massive 379m for two hotel sites in Ballsbridge. It was closed down and the sites were earmarked for massive development. However, after delays in securing planning permission, the hotels were reopened under the D4 Hotels br michael kors outlet online and.
Now, in a bold and unprecedented move to drum up business, the once luxurious hotel has gone one better than even the humblest and cheapest rural B which generally charge about 40 a night, by slashing their prices to practically nothing.
Sarah Curran who is the general manager for D4 Hotels said: “We feel this is the best value available in Dublin at the moment. Customers are being offered a city centre hotel room as well as a top quality meal for just 25. An o michael kors outlet online ffer we feel won’t be matched anywhere else in the capital.”
So good is the offer that it makes the famous 1980s Cinema and TV restaurant ad which had the memorable catchphrase ‘What would you get for a tenner in Dublin? A Pint and a meal at Murphs! look positively ex michael kors outlet online pensive.”