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Sunday 19 November 2017

Win a luxury break at the Radisson Blu St. Helens

Win a luxury break at the Radisson Blu St. Helens

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Radisson Blu St. Helen’s Hotel Dublin, one of Ireland’s leading iconic hotels and venues, is celebrating near completion of a €6million refurbishment ahead of its 20th Anniversary next year. As Ireland’s very first Radisson Hotel, which opened in 1998, this beautifully historic 1751 mansion house has been meticulously restored, combining historical grandeur with modern comforts.

Often referred to as the ‘secret garden’, the hotel is nestled amongst 4 acres of breath taking gardens in the enviable location of Stillorgan, Co. Dublin and only a short distance from both Dublin City Centre and Dundrum Town Centre, making it the perfect destination to relax post shopping, sightseeing, to enjoy a romantic break away or simply some ‘you’ time.

Visit, stay and soak up the grandeur in a choice of luxurious rooms and suites, dine in the award-winning talavera Italian restaurant, enjoy a delicious ‘gin’ menu or cocktails in the spectacular conservatory style Orangerie , savour treats with Champagne Afternoon Tea in the renowned Ballroom Lounge or enjoy al fresco views of Dublin Bay and the Wicklow mountains.

www.radissonblu.com/en/sthelenshotel-dublin

 To celebrate we are giving away a luxury trip which includes the following:

  • Luxurious overnight accommodation for 2 people in a beautiful balcony suite overlooking 4 acres of manicured gardens
  • Pre-dinner cocktails in the iconic Orangerie Bar conservatory
  • Dinner for two in the award-winning Italian restaurant talavera

For your chance to win simply answer the question below correctly

 

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  2. The online giveaway runs from 11-09-2017 to 15-09-2017 and the winners will be notified by email or telephone.
  3. All entrants must be 18 years or over. Only entrants who submitted correct registration details will be eligible.Subscribers must enter the Competition before the applicable closing date.
  4. Incomplete, illegible or late entries will not be accepted. No responsibility will be accepted for entries lost or delayed in the course of transmission.
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  6. Persons not eligible to enter the on-line Independent.ie Competition include employees of Independent.ie or Unison.ie and their families, agents of Independent.ie and any third party included in this promotion.
  7. The prize is non-transferable and cannot be redeemed for cash or any other equivalent.
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  12. Independent.ie reserves the right in its absolute discretion to disqualify any entrant, to add to or waive any rules without prior notice to the entrants or in the event of circumstance beyond the control of Independent.ie arising which in its opinion makes it desirable to cancel the competition at any stage.
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