Sunday July 12, 2020

Glamping in the city

The Westin Hotel has expanded to include a five-star indoor camping experience for kids - with a literary twist

15th May, 2016
The Westin Hotel in Dublin 2 offers an indoor literary camping service and its own book butler Picture: Andreas Poveda

Overlooking Trinity College and a stone’s throw from the famous literary pub the Palace Bar, the Westin Hotel is the perfect base for visitors who want to explore the literary side of Dublin (In 2010, the city was officially designated a Unesco City of Literature).

The hotel has long offered a tailored Book Butler service, which provides guests with a selection of contemporary and classic Irish books in consultation with the hotel’s concierge....

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