Topic: Autumn Event

If you’re planning a visit to our lovely country, there are so many unique and wonderful cities, towns, and villages to choose from. Dublin is Ireland’s capital and is certainly a place that you shouldn’t miss out on seeing – from the Guinness Storehouse, to the Jameson Distillery, to Dublin Zoo – the list of sights is endless! However we know that when visiting Ireland a lot of our guests start or finish their journey in Dublin, but try and travel around the country to experience the breathtakingly beautiful country views. Along with this, the famous Irish “craic” is often best experienced in some of Ireland’s small towns, where some of the best traditional Irish music can be discovered.


Are you looking for a family hotel in Dublin’s city centre? If so, why not stay at the 4 star Camden Court Hotel which is conveniently located in Dublin’s city centre, just a short walk from St. Stephen’s Green and numerous restaurants and attractions. A perfect choice for a family hotel in Dublin. 


TradFest

January 09, 2018

TradFest 2018 - 24th to the 28th January


Bram Stoker Festival

October 03, 2017

Sink your teeth into the full 2017 programme! 


Bram Stoker Festival

October 11, 2016

Dublin city will get gloriously gothic this Halloween. 


Bloomsday Festival

Bloomsday is a widely celebrated event in Ireland that is based on the life of Irish writer James Joyce and the events of his famous novel Ulysses. The first Bloomsday was celebrated in 1954 by Irish authors Patrick Kavanagh and Flann O’Brien. The Ulysses was set on the 16th June 1904 and it is observed and relived on this date in Dublin and elsewhere each year. This year the Bloomsday Festival takes place from Saturday the 11th of June until Thursday the 16th of June.

The festival includes common celebrations such as re-enacting scenes from the Ulysses, dressing up in Edwardian garb and eating the same meals as characters from the book. Events include talks, walking tours, on-street parties and bus tours. A more detailed description of events taking place around the city, can be viewed below.


The Iveagh Gardens

The Iveagh Gardens is a public park located between Clonmel Street and Upper Hatch Street, right behind the National Concert Hall in Dublin 2, Ireland. This National Historic Property is the perfect place to spend some time away from the hustle and bustle of Dublin city centre. Camden Court Hotel is less than a five minute walk to The Iveagh Gardens. The Iveagh Gardens boasts beautiful fountains, gardens and woodlands. It is place not to be missed when visiting Dublin, especially if you’re already in the area or staying at Camden Court Hotel. The Iveagh Gardens is open Monday to Saturday from 8am to 6pm or dusk and on Sundays and Bank holidays from 10am to 6pm or Dusk.


Camden Court Hotel is a short pleasant stroll to the National Concert Hall, Dublin. 


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At Camden Court Hotel, we believe that one of the best ways to get around Dublin’s fair city is by foot or bike. Especially on a mild day (when it’s not raining). Not only is a bike ride in Dublin city reasonably cheap and convenient, it’s great for sightseeing and exploring.


It's our Halloween Cocktail specials. Bloody Orange €6 & Dracula's Kiss €5. Spooktacular!


We can’t believe it’s September already! The back-to-school mayhem is finally over, with all of our stressful preparations finally coming to a halt. The kids are back to school, so what better time than the present to start planning a little “me time”.

Here at the Camden Court Hotel, we’ve had a very busy, yet enjoyable summer. Dublin has been the host of so many fantastic events over the last few weeks, providing superb family fun opportunities which have been enjoyed by thousands. We’ve had the pleasure of welcoming families from all over the country along with many from abroad, and we look forward to continuously welcoming our guests to our newly refurbished 4 star Hotel in the future. 


We all know the weather in Dublin has been fantastic over the past months, the level of BBQ dining and corona clinking had that fuzzy warm summer feeling lingering in the air for longer than expected.

We’ve been quickly snapped into ‘autumn/winter’ mode that we’ve resorted to our dearest and comforting friends Mr. Couch and Mrs. Vin Rouge and slipped into an X-factor coma for the winter months.

Don’t get us wrong; we’re not complaining, we’ve had the best summer in almost 10 years, it was almost nostalgic with the increase of 90’s hits on the radio, melting tar on the potholed surfaces, and the joy of buying ‘tangle twisters’ to cool down like the good old days. To keep us from going into ‘post-summer depression’ we’ve been checking out what’s going on in Dublin City. So what do we have to look forward to?


The one and only ‘Riverdance’ are performing in the Gaiety theatre from the 27th June till the 1st of September. It’s back in Ireland for the 10th consecutive summer season. ‘Riverdance’ propels traditional dance and music into the present day, capturing the imagination of audiences across all ages and cultures. 


It’s that time of year again! It won’t be long before the streets of Dublin will be filled with Halloween festivities, bonfires, fireworks, and sugar filled little children. There are a number of events to look forward to over the next week for all the family. The celebrations begin this Friday when Dublin City will celebrate the life, work and legacy of Dublin horror novelist Bram Stoker and his gothic novel 'Dracula'.


Let’s hope the sun is shining next week for the Vodafone Comedy Festival 2012. The festival will feature a stellar line-up of 65 international and Irish comedians. The four day event takes place from July 26th to July 29thin the unique and stunning surroundings of the Iveagh Gardensin the heart of Dublin and just a couple of minutes away from the Camden Court Hotel. The festival is the largest and most successful open air comedy event of its type in Ireland with over twenty thousand people expected to attend this year.


Dublin is sure to be buzzing this week with the 2nd Dublin Fashion Festival beginning Thursday 8th September and continuing through the weekend until Sunday 11th September.

A calendar of fabulous fashion events taking place throughout Dublin has been put together. There are hunderends of Shops, Bars and Restaurants throughout the city taking part.

The calendar of events can be found on the official website for the event. http://www.dff.ie/