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Who and What Is HOTEL.TV?

hotelstv-local-logo9 is the the world’s “local” hotel booking experts!  The  world’s “local” hotel booking experts! Best hotels and local booking assistance for individuals, groups, companies and events.

  • Worldwide Hotel Bookings for individuals, groups, companies, events
  • Hand-Selected hotels
  • Pay at Hotel not when you book
  • Lowest Guaranteed Rates
  • Local Area Knowledge And Updates
  • Videos/Reviews
  • Promotions/Competitions
  • General Local information
  • Worldwide Hotel Bookings for individuals, groups, companies, events

HOW AND WHY ARE WE DIFFERENT FROM OTHERS ? is all about setting up agents in local territories to go out and help people who need help making bookings. These are people like PA’s of companies, exhibition organizer, event organizer, group organizer, etc. Our target clients cannot make their bookings easily on or other sites as they do not have the facility to book over 5 + rooms at a time. And, If They did the silent client needs a contact in the area to help with the logistics of the booking including how delegates their book, negotiated rates with the hotels for a larger group and other details to do with the booking. This is something someone local can do,

  • So charges hotels lower on average.
  • While,, Expedia, charges between 20 – 30%.
  • And, they deliver price-based clients who stay for 1-2 nights and do not spend money in the hotel.

Someone who cares, and can do well to generate loyalty with their customers often, companies has a small amount of monthly bookings but this adds up over a 12 month period. So as a franchise you can work with companies to provide negotiated rates. The technology Allows franchises to have a public site, like other websites, but provides the unique opportunity to put together a booking private area just for specific clients.


  • Local area knowledge and direct approach to hotels within your choosing area
  • Events and general information’s of what and where to go for shopping, movie, sightseeing , adventure tours etc
  • Negotiate rates and satisfactory response from hotel to clients based on offers and discounts NOT available online
  • Transportation assistant. AVAILABLE ONLINE


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Dublin Theatre Festival 2013 !!


Dublin Theatre Festival, an 18-day celebration of the best of Irish and international theatre. Dublin Theatre Festival has been a major cultural and civic event in the city’s calendar since 1957. The Festival is a forum for participation, celebration and togetherness. Dublin is a wonderful place, rich in songs and stories, in culture and history. It is this wealth that continues to inspire our artists and to encourage our citizens.dublintheatrefestival (1)

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Dublin Arthur’s Day 2013 Event


32 Counties,500+ Free Music Events,1,000+ Music Acts,Creative Showcase Events At precisely 17:59 Irish-time on Thursday 26th September, a toast will commence in cities across the world as glasses, mostly pint-sized, are raised to the memory of Arthur Guinness, the man who founded the Dublin brewery back in 1759. The annual Arthur’s Day celebrations may be another remarkable advertising coup by Guinness but, in an age when excuses for merry-making have been few, raising a pint to the creator of our most famous export is surely good for you.

The Arthur’s Day line-up will see a variety of artists play in pubs across the island of Ireland, from the best and brightest of Ireland’s musical talent including The Script, James Vincent McMorrow, The Original Rudeboys, Girl Band and Bouts; to internationally acclaimed artists such as Manic Street Preachers, Emeli Sandé, Janelle Monae and the legendary Bobby Womack. Further artists will be announced soon.

As always Arthur’s Day will be a night full of surprises with acts turning up unannounced to perform in pubs. Additionally, some acts will also perform at one of five ticketed music events, taking place in pubs across Dublin, Belfast, Limerick and Cork. Tickets, priced at €10, will go on sale via on 4th September, with proceeds going to the creative and cultural initiative, Arthur Guinness Projects.

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Dublin Fashion & Irish Beer Festivals Week

An important date for your 2013 calendar, the Dublin Fashion Festival in association with Samsung is a must for fashionistas and shoppers alike, and Irish Beer festival for the cider and brewed beer lovers, A celebration of Irish craft brewing, live music and fabulous Irish artisan food stalls. Ireland’s largest GATHERING of Irish beers & ciders. THE SHOWCASE for over 25 brewers & ciderists, and over 100 festival brews – MANY, available ONLY at fest! Features our, “Cider Sanctuary”, Whiskey Corner, and Master classes & Interactive sessions with Chef’s/Foodies!


Running from the 5th – 8th September, #Dublin City Centre will see the streets being taken back by style. And interesting sightseeing, #RDS will host the beer festival while the whole city of Dublin streets will be the fashion locations, watch out it could be your street.! The festival will feature some of the usual favourites, celebrating design, style and culture with an exciting medley of on street fashion shows, workshops, industry expert demonstrations and talks, competitions and much more.DFF

DFF by Night will also be continuing the festivities late into the night with guerrilla fashion shows in bars and restaurants around the city. As if that weren’t incentive enough, all events are non-ticketed, and many of the local businesses will be hosting in-store events, so your weekend of shopping and general glamour will be free, fun and fabulous!

Dublin Fashion Festival is an annual shopping event which takes place over four days each year. Now in it’s 4th year we have over 250 retailers, restaurants, bars and hotels taking part in the event, including our city’s 8 flagships: Brown Thomas & BT2, Stephen’s Green Shopping Centre, Powerscourt Centre, Arnotts, Clery’s, Ilac Shopping Centre (including Debenhams), Jervis Shopping Centre & Penneys.

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Dublin Grafton Street..

Grafton Street (Irish: Sráid Grafton) is one of the two principal shopping streets in Dublin city centre, the other being Henry Street. It runs from Saint Stephen’s Green in the south (at the highest point of the street) to College Green in the north (to the lowest point). In 2008, Grafton Street was the fifth most expensive main shopping street in the world, at €5,621/m²/year.

The street was named after Henry FitzRoy, 1st Duke of Grafton, the illegitimate son of Charles II of England who owned land in the area. The street was developed from a then existing country lane by the Dawson family in 1708, after whom the parallel Dawson Street is named.


After O’Connell Bridge (then called ‘Carlisle Bridge’) was built to span the River Liffey, Grafton Street turned from a fashionable residential street into a busy cross-city route.

Since the 1980s, the street has been mostly pedestrianised, with the exception of the short stretch running between Nassau Street and College Green. This short stretch contains two notable Dublin landmarks, the eighteenth century Trinity College Provost’s House, home to the head of the college, and the late twentieth century statue of Molly Malone, which has become a popular Dublin meeting place. A life-size bronze statue of Phil Lynott was unveiled on Harry Street, off Grafton Street near the Stephen’s Green end, on 19 August 2005.

Buskers, including musicians, poets and mime artists commonly perform to the shopping crowds. This scene was portrayed in the 2006 film Once, starring Glen Hansard of The Frames, a former Grafton Street busker.

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Dublin inner city urban park Granby Park

The urban park, Granby Park, will open tomorrow, Thursday 22 August, and close on 22 September. Though temporary in nature, the hope is that its impact will be felt far beyond its last day.  It will leave behind it physical structures – such as ‘legacy trees’ that will be donated after its closure – and a digital ‘toolkit’ for those looking to undertake similar projects. In its wake will be an invisible footprint on Dominick St Lower, one that can be walked in by others wishing to make a change in their community.

This amphitheater is a symbol of the level of collaboration involved in this park. Made from refurbished pallets, it was designed by Sean Harrington Architects and involves children from Bradog Youth Service and students from the North Eastern Education and Library Board in Belfast, explained Aaron Copeland, an Upstart core member who is coordinating this project. Taking their cue from the centenaries celebrated between 2012 – 2016, including the Ulster Covenent and the Easter Rising, they are constructing the amphitheater from pallets that usually have negative connotations. These “divisive symbols” are being used to create a new, positive, structure, imbuing the pallets with a new meaning and a non-sectarian purpose.


The aim is to “prompt a discussion in relation to the marking of the centenaries” and how this will be addressed, said Copeland. A number of bands, musicians and DJs are already lined up to perform at the amphitheater.

Working alongside him are the horticultural staff who are charged with adding plant life to the pallet structure. Fiann Ó Núalláin, an outreach horticulturist, explained that within the wall they will plant herbs, edible plants, edible flowers, and vegetables, which can then be harvested and utilized in the restaurant. The leftover plants and herbs will be given to community groups and locals, perhaps ending up on the balconies of the flats across the road. “You don’t have to have money to create community,” said Bishop, pointing out the children’s area that was being coated in sand and surrounded by tyres and ferns. Beneath the mounds of grass here lie rubble from the site, its former history hidden from view under a carpet of new life.

One of the features of the park will be the Dublin Trade School, an initiative that will see people trading skills using a barter system. There are still plenty of places here that can be filled, so people with ideas and skills are encouraged to get in touch. On one wall of the park, multicoloured boots and shoes stuffed with plants are displayed on wooden slats. They were created by local schoolchildren, as part of  a project worked on with Karla Healion, community engagement officer.

Another wall will be the ‘graffiti wall’, with spray paint and masks available for people to create their own artworks in this designated space. Collaboration is the key to this entire project, from the first semblance of an idea to the current phase of turning that idea into a reality. Combined with creativity, an openness to ideas, and a willingness to work with what is there, it should serve as inspiration to communities across Ireland.

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Ireland voted the number four dream ‘destination’ for tourists.

Almost 8,000 readers of a glossy travel magazine in the US has revealed that Ireland is one of their top ‘dream destinations‘. The #Emerald Isle placed fourth on the list, below Australia, Italy and New Zealand. France and South Africa took up fifth and sixth positions while our neighbouring country, England, ranked ninth. The survey by Virtuoso Life magazine asked readers to reveal their ideal destination, travel experience and ultimate trip of a lifetime.map_of_ireland

The magazine is distributed through an elite group of travel agents specialising in luxury travel to their most affluent travellers. In last year’s survey Ireland came in ninth place. Commenting in the news, Tourism Ireland’s CEO Niall Gibbons said that the US is an “extremely important tourism market” for Ireland and that he believes we are on course to achieve our best year ever from that market.

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Leonard Cohen at the O2

A Leonard Cohen show in Ireland has become something of legend. Since his initial comeback shows in 2008 at the Royal Hospital Kilmainham up to the more recent shows there last year, his performances have continued to be received with nothing short of reverence and awe who attend. He has continuously sold out venues in record time, garnering more and more 5 star reviews and accolades each time including winning ‘Best International Live Performance’ two years in a row at the Irish Meteor Awards in 2009 and 2010.


And not for no reason. Leonard Cohen is arguably the greatest singer songwriter of our time and a magnetically charismatic live performer. A major and influential talent in the early 60’s he produced albums such as Songs Of Leonard Cohen (1967), Songs Of Love And Hate (1970) and I’m Your Man (1990), right up to 1992’s The Future, 2001’s Ten New Songs and 2004’s Dear Heather …all are rightly considered classics today. His songs have been famously covered by the great and the good; from Judy Collins’ “Suzanne” to Jeff Buckley’s seminal rendition of “Hallelujah,” Cohen’s songs have travelled as far and wide as their author. U2, REM, Sting, Nick Cave, Rufus Wainwright and the late Johnny Cash are among other famous devotees.


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Dublin’s 121 years oldfruit market to be redeveloped.

The Victorian fruit and vegetable market in Dublin’s north inner city is to be redeveloped as a continental-style food market more than a decade since its regeneration was first proposed. Dublin City Council has drafted plans for the refurbishment of the market hall between Capel Street and the Four Courts.


The building, which was built in 1892 and is on the Record of Protected Structures, has 6,000sq m of internal space, currently devoted to wholesale. Under the new plan, the wholesalers, who serve surrounding restaurants and shops with fruit and vegetables, will move to the western half of the building.

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The Morgan Hotel Special

Looking for the Ultimate Overnight Break in Dublin City. Well, out ” Livin’ is Easy Pack is Perfect for you” Enjoy an overnight stay in one of our designer bedrooms, one of our famous cocktails, a delicious Tapas Platters for 2, a bottle of Wine, exclusive access to The Morgan Bar, late check out until 2 pm, full Irish Breakfast & if required, personal “runners” to fetch your shopping bags.


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