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Stuck for something to do with your mate this Valentine’s weekend?

Ian Collins writes:

The Valentine’s Movie Night Package at The Morrison Hotel [Lower Ormond Quay, Dublin 1] is the perfect treat for those looking for something a little different over Valentines weekend.

From 6pm, dine in the glamorous surroundings of Halo and enjoy Pretty Woman. Choose from The Fancy Pants or Gentleman’s Afternoon Tea offering, before finishing with The Morrison’s Valentines cocktail, The Book of Love (Bombay Sapphire Gin with fresh lemon juice, raspberry syrup and egg white).

Tickets are priced at €60 per couple and can be booked here

Morrison Hotel

Irish-made Valentine’s stuff to broadsheet@broadsheet.ie.


The Morrison Hotel, Dublin

Moirrison Hotel Butlers Afternoon Tea for Two competition winner Stephen Stewart toasts his mum on her 70th birthday.

Stephen writes:

Just like all kids are our kids, all mammies are our mammies. I took my mammy to tea yesterday afternoon, on behalf of all mammies. Thanks to everyone,


Previously: Shall I be Mother?

Ooh! Fancy

Morrison Hotel

Thanks Sinead

The Butlers Chocolates Afternoon Tea at the Morrison Hotel

Further to our competition yesterday, Broadsheet reader Stephen Stewart wins the Butlers Afternoon Tea for Two at the Morrison Hotel.

Stephen, who is “broke”, will be taking his mother to celebrate her 70th birthday.


Thanks all.

Yesterday; Oooh! Fancy

Morrison Hotel

The limited edition Butlers Chocolates Afternoon Tea at The Morrison is priced at €30pp including tea and coffee or served with a glass of prosecco for €37.50 and  available until Sunday April from 12pm to 6pm.

Book here

Thanks Sinead

kodalinekodawinnerBarry wins a night in the Morrison with Samantha in Rm 235 (above) in The Morrison Hotel, Dublin, tickets for Longitute tomorrow to see Kodaline and  a signed album from the band.

On the condition that he does his utmost to propose marriage to Samantha.

Seven years.

The best of the LOSERS


koda5Song-title crammed.


koda2And Dongle.

Thanks Joanne, Morrison and Kodaline.

kodalineAnd are you free tomorrow?

Dubliners Kodaline (above) recently celebrated not only the success of their debut album’ In a Perfect World’ reaching Number 1 in Ireland BUT they were chosen by The Morrison Hotel in Dublin to have a lyric from their song ‘The Answer’ added on the wall of Room 235.

The Lyric  “Use your mind and make it talk because in this world that’s all you’ve got” joins lyrics from Thin Lizzy, The Stunning, The Waterboys and Mundy on walls in the hotel’s 138 bedrooms (although these are our favourite ‘adline lyrics).

We have a PAIR (yes, two) of tickets to see Kodaline TOMORROW at the Longitude Festival in Marley Park, Dublin AND an overnight stay in the ‘Kodaline’ room at The Morrison Hotel (subject to availability) PLUS an album signed by the band.

All we have to do is post this:

Visitors to The Morrison Hotel have always enjoyed the unmistakable hint of rock’n’roll in the air, and during its recent refurbishment, the hotel has taken care to preserve this distinctive, artistic aura, with nods to legendary Irish musicians, bands and artists throughout.



All YOU have to do (to enter) is complete this sentence.

Myself and______________ deserve the Kodaline/Morrison package because______________

Lines close 11.15am

Winner announced at 1.30pm.

Morrison Hotel

No cash, favours, passes, etc were given for this post


90291688-1The newly refurbished Morrison Hotel, Ormond Quay, Dublin, unveiled last night following a €7 million makeover by owner Yelena Baturina (centre) with general manager Patrick Joyce (left) and Michael Regner, of Martinez Hotels.

Anyone fancy a Silk Cut?

 (Wanderley Massafelli/Photocall Ireland)

Meanwhile, upstairs:


Mundy in one of the rooms adorned with a snatch of his lyrics from Gin and Tonic Sky .

He later chucked that telly out the window.

Pesky rockers.

Thanks Emily O’Callaghan