Itching for a night away from the house? This five-star Dublin hotel is offering a ‘suite retreat’ to one lucky IMAGE reader.
With current restrictions and an autumnal drop in temperature, there’s not much Dubliners can do over the next few weeks.
Staycations are a great way to get away and unwind without leaving the city, so you and your partner or family can recharge for the uncertain times ahead.
Whether you’re looking for a romantic weekend away or a family staycation in the city, the InterContinental Dublin is offering the perfect holiday package.
The glamorous resort sits on two acres of beautiful gardens, providing a charming view for diners at the hotel's elegant Seasons restaurant.
The ‘suite escape’ package includes a €100 food voucher plus a stay in one of the hotel’s opulent suites, ranging from Junior to Executive to Luxury (with a spacious, outdoor terrace).
Plus, each suite has a pull-out sofa bed, so if you do bring the kids along, they are only a door away in the adjoined living room.
Guests can also take a dip in the pool and jacuzzi before pampering themselves at the hotel spa, where Swedish massages and custom facials are on offer.
With peaceful gardens, a top-tier restaurant and relaxing spa on-site, the InterContinental Dublin's staycation package is just the stress-free getaway we need right now.
WHAT YOU WIN
The Suite Escape package includes:
- A luxury suite with a master bedroom and separate living area
- Breakfast each morning in Seasons restaurant
- A chilled bottle of Perrier Jouet Champagne in room on arrival
- Complimentary late check out until 2pm
- €100 food credit per room
- Complimentary self car parking
- Complimentary access to hotel’s wellness area with a pool and relaxation space
HOW TO ENTER
Fill out the form below before midnight on October 11 for your chance to win!
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