Gorgeous Living Is Back



This morning.

Lord Edward Street, Dublin 2.

Leah writes:

A billboard for a new boutique hotel, in place of the old Parliament Hotel reflects the style (but with a little more clothing) of advertising used to promote the Belmayne development on the Malahide Road, during the height of the Celtic Tiger excess.

That development is now subject to the same poor building issues which affects so many of the homes built during that period….

Previously: Gorgeous Living Has A Price

Leah Farrell/RollingNews

18 thoughts on “Gorgeous Living Is Back

  1. B9Com From No

    Actually if I recall correctly in the original Gorgeous Living’s advert the bloke had two ladyperson friends

    1. Paulus

      Yes; and despite being portrayed as taking place in the kitchen, the suggested action was more copulatory than culinary?

    1. dav

      they have good vulture fund backing so with this current government, they can do what they like

  2. Anomanomanom

    What is that gibberish meant to mean? It’s a hard rock Hotel, while nice, its hardly Boutique.

    1. Ian-O

      Probably referring to prices when they say ’boutique’.

      When I hear boutique I hear pokey and probably needs a slap of paint.

    1. Spaghetti Hoop

      = impressive foundation, one massive balcony, good insulation, security features and hot location… but still crumbling.

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