St. Patrick's Day for the Elite - Luxury Hotels in Ireland

The Ritz-Carlton Powerscourt, County Wicklow

I've never really thought of St. Patrick's day as a luxury travel event, but it very well could be! Who says you can't drink green beer and be fabulous at the same time? Well if you're going to go all out, you have to go to Ireland! I did a little research and found some of the most luxurious places to stay at the end of the old rainbow. Check it out.

Aghadoe Heights This luxury resort overlooks the world famous lakes and mountains of Killarney. This unique 5 star luxury hotel offers stunning features including an Aveda Spa, Fitness suite, swimming pool, extensive terrace and lounges along with stunning bedrooms & suites, all with spectacular views of the Kerry landscape, lakes and mountain range.

Here's the full description of The Penthouse Suite from the Aghadoe Heights website:
Situated on the roof top of The Spa at The Heights, The Penthouse, all 3,000 sq. ft, offers 360 degree vistas of the Lakes, mountains, Killarney and indeed Kerry. The Penthouse is accessible by private lift comprises a spacious lobby, extensive reception lounge and dining area facilitating 22 guests, private study, 2 luxurious bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, private Roof Top Terrace with Outdoor Hot Tub, plasma screen and piped music. Your home away from home or a dream come true- the Penthouse at Aghadoe is simply unique and among the finest in Europe.
The Clarence Dublin's premier boutique hotel located in the heart of the city on the famous River Liffey. Owned by Bono & The Edge of Irish rock group U2, The Clarence is very much a reflection of 21st century Ireland. A personal vision of the hotel's owners, representing a place that they would choose to stay in when visiting Dublin.

The Ritz-Carlton Powerscourt, County Wicklow Set amidst one of the most scenic and historic estates in Ireland, The Ritz-Carlton Powerscourt, County Wicklow is a 200- room resort showcasing Palladian style architecture and offering guests a host of amenities. Two championship-calibre golf courses on the grounds, a 30,000 square foot luxury spa by ESPA and a Gordon Ramsay signature restaurant are among the distinctive attractions of this first Ritz-Carlton in Ireland.

Ashford Castle You can't make a list of luxury places to stay in Ireland with mentioning at least one castle. You can pretend to be a real prince or princess at the Ashford Castl, voted "Best Resort" in Ireland by Conde Nast in 2008, and 2nd Best Resort in Europe. Ashford Castle in Mayo, Ireland has an unsurpassed reputation for providing guests with the very finest accommodation. Many of the rooms retain their original features and all are equipped with modern amenities including Broadband connectivity and Interactive TV.

Dromoland Castle Okay two castles! Standing majestically over 410 acres of its own private demesne, Dromoland Castle quietly affirms itself as one of the most impressive and distinguished castle hotels in Ireland - and one of Europe's most desired 5 Star destinations.

If you're interested in visiting Ireland and staying at the Dromoland Castle, they are currently doing a special Easter Offer - Three nights Deluxe Accommodation, Full Irish Breakfast and Table d'Hote Dinner on two evenings. Yum!

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