The Camden Deluxe Hotel is a stylish renovation of a listed building, the old Theatre De Luxe from which it takes its name.
The building's facade remains as it was in 1975 when the theatre lights dimmed for the last time. Today's visitors make a point to visit the hotel ballroom, the original theatre auditorium which now houses the very popular Palace Nightclub. It's beautiful vaulted ceiling and lavish decoration have also been restored to their former glory. It's also famous for its appearance in the Alan Parker film, "The Commitments". There is a nightclub onsite , it operates on a Wednesday .Thursday , Friday and Saturday.
All rooms have tea /coffee making facilities , Duck feather and down duvets, oriental pillows. television .
The Hotel is 12 Km away from Dublin Airport, and 5 km from Dublin Ferry port in Dun Laoghaire. Dublin Port is only 3 Km away. Trains from Connelly Station to Belfast, Wexford. Trains from Heuston station to Cork/Galway/Kerry.
The main bus terminus at Busaras is approx 1 km away. Buses to all main locations in Ireland are available here. Heuston and Connolly train stations are both within 2km of the hotel, and serve the South and West, and North and East of Ireland respectively.
Customers can cancel their reservation free of charge up to 2 Days before arrival. After this date, charges will be applied by the property up to the full cost of the reservation. Deposits paid are non refundable.
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Really good overall but the front desk staff were quite rude and not very helpful or friendly at all.
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