Employee Of The Mont

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Merrion Street, Dublin 2.

Susan McCarthy writes:

The Mont Hotel, previously Mont Clare hotel is coming to the end of a 10-month transformation and has sought the help of a 4-legged candidate to be on lobby pawtrol when the hotel opens its doors.

Introducing our Guest Relations Pawfficer; Monty (above)

After hours of tough negotiations with Urska Radanovic (top), The Mont hotel manager, it was agreed that Monty’s remuneration consists of at least 1000 rubs per week and daily treats.

She is now busy pupparing for the opening of The Mont making sure the final details are pawfect….

Arf.

The Mont

18 thoughts on “Employee Of The Mont

  1. Brother Barnabas

    i had one of the filthiest sexy times of my life in a gatecrashed wedding reception in the mont clare, so will always have a soft spot for that place

      1. Brother Barnabas

        sorry, that was insensitive of me. and you’re right to be cross. i won’t ever mention* that incident again.
        (*i may think of it)

  2. Slightly Bemused

    If I recall correctly, the Mont Clare was used as one scene in the film Haywire with Gina Carano. She basically kicks the daylights out of the Garda Rapid Response Team in the upstairs ballroom. Good film.

    1. Slightly Bemused

      Oops. Inappropriate placement of comments. The film was not good because of the fight with the Garda team, but in general. Apologies to any offended by the implication.

  3. Vanessa the Holy Face of Frilly Keane

    Ah the dote
    wait’ll he cocks his leg on someones LV wheelie bag
    or selfied licking his boy bits
    or gets caught rapid leaving mini sausage type messages around the breakfast buffet

    But seriously, Mont – fair play
    Old School. New Cool
    This tag has the potential to be the new we all partied

    1. Janet, I ate my avatar

      plus they had the foresight to employ a man
      marketing manager and not just a sales manager, nice move for a hotel group

      1. Termagant

        Well it’s there now

        “plus they had the foresight to employ a man”
        -Janet, 20/6/19

        in all its misogynistic glory for all eternity

  4. Janet, I ate my avatar

    I wish this country was more dog friendly, my Paris pooches can’t understand why they have to stay at home when they have better manners and are cleaner than most people on public transport and in restaurants in Dublin
    fact

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