Radisson Blu St. Helens Hotel
Stillorgan Road, Dublin 4.
Located in one of the citys most prestigious districts, it is within easy reach of the city centre, the ferry port at Dun Laoghaire and is 20 minutes from Dublin Airport via the Port Tunnel. There are various public transport options available including Dublin Bus which stops conveniently at the Hotel entrance.
The Radisson Blu St Helen’s is the perfect location to enjoy a stress free family get away. Enjoy a one night stay in luxurious family rooms with super buffet breakfast.
Looking for something fun and exciting to entertain the kids, choose from the following package add-ons,
Free In Room Movie & Pizza
3 Hours Free Baby Sitting
Free Admission to Olympic size swimming pool at UCD.
-Free Admission to Glenroe Farm
-Free Admission to Family Day at Leopardstown
Packages start from €199.00 per family, prices based on 2 adults and up to 2 children sharing
Also included in this package,
• Kids Personal check in service
• Free car parking
• 4 Acres of gardens to explore
• Easy access to city centre, M50 & Dundrum.
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Radisson Blu St Helens Hotel itself is surrounded by four acres of stunning landscaped gardens, giving your children plenty of room to run around while you sit and enjoy a refreshing drink on the terrace. It is also ideally located for other exciting family attractions such as Imaginosity, Dublins Childrens Museum, Dundrum Town Centre and Dublin Zoo.
Special childrens dining menus, colouring table mats, travel games in the rooms and even their own check in card will ensure the little ones feel like VIPs while parents can relax in the Orangerie Bar and Lounge and enjoy authentic Italian food in talavera restaurant.
Contact Radisson Blu St. Helens HotelTelephone:(01) 2186000 Please mention FunDays.ie
International: +353 1 2186000
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