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Packages are roundtrip, per person, based on 2 people traveling, including all taxes & fees. Restrictions and additional bag fees may apply.

On Sale Now! from $999 per person

Travel November 24, 2013 to February 10, 2014

Stay an extra night at the Powerscourt Hotel for only $100 more per person.

Stay an extra 2 nights at the Powerscourt Hotel for only $200 more per person.

For $250 more per person add two nights at the G hotel (breakfast included), and one night at the Croke Park Hotel (breakfast included). (Not available in April and May)

For $99 more per person add ($200 Value) upgraded room at the Ritz Carlton Powerscourt to suite, Guinness Storehouse tour, 1 day pass hop on hop off, tour of the House of Waterford Crystal.

Call 800-495-4903 to redeem your voucher

On the 1st October 2013, The Ritz-Carlton, Powerscourt will be re-launched as a luxury independent hotel.   The hotel will remain Ireland’s most enticing resort hotel, building on the five-star standard of excellence and service already associated with the property. The new name for the hotel will be The Powerscourt Hotel.

Whether you have never traveled there, haven’t been back or are a regular visitor, Ireland is a land of warmth and enchantment that offers something for both the novice and the experienced traveler. With this amazing package you will spend 6 nights in the glorious Irish countryside with the historic and cosmopolitan capital city of Dublin just a short drive away.

After arriving in Dublin, you'll pick up your rental car and make your way south to the charming village of Enniskerry and the magnificent 5-star Powerscourt Hotel. Set amidst one of the most scenic and historic estates in Ireland, this luxury resort is perfect for family and friends, offering some of the most spacious hotel rooms you will come across, top rated golf courses, an outstanding spa and several dining options including Gordon Ramsay at Powerscourt. Using the resort as your base, you can easily visit Dublin, Kilkenny, Waterford and more. After a day of exploring enjoy your evenings at one of the most opulent resorts in the world!

You are spoiled for choices in how you wish to spend your time. Explore the village of Enniskerry, one of the most picturesque villages in Ireland, and just a short stroll from the hotel. And if your stroll leaves you with a terrible thirst try one of the local pubs for a pint of Guinness. With your car you can venture beyond the village and visit many historic sites in the surrounding areas. Take a drive to Dublin where you can stroll along its many historic streets, pay a visit to Trinity College (home of the historic Book of Kells) and a quick stop at Temple Bar for a pint at one of the many traditional Irish pubs in the area. Or drive further south along the coast and visit Waterford and the world-famous House of Waterford Crystal for a tour, a glass-blowing demonstration and a little shopping too!

What's Included:

  • Roundtrip economy airfare from New York (JFK) to Dublin
  • Manual shift economy car rental for duration (Must be 21 years old to rent a car)
  • 6 nights at the Ritz Carlton Powerscourt
  • All local taxes, hotel service charges, carrier and government taxes/fees/facility charges on airfare. Meals (unless otherwise specified) and gratuities are NOT included.

Stay an extra night at the Powerscourt Hotel for only $100 more per person.

Stay an extra 2 nights at the Powerscourt Hotel for only $200 more per person.

For $250 more per person add two nights at the G hotel (breakfast included), and one night at the Croke Park Hotel (breakfast included). (Not available in April and May)

For $99 more per person add ($200 Value) upgraded room at the Ritz Carlton Powerscourt to suite, Guinness Storehouse tour, 1 day pass hop on hop off, tour of the House of Waterford Crystal.

Terms and Conditions:

Advertised package prices are based on select departures as noted on the booking calendar and were available via the Great Value Vacations website and may not represent current prices.

Packages include roundtrip economy class airfare on valid transatlantic services as noted in specific package inclusions and as indicated on booking engine calendar which may also include code share flight agreements between carriers as indicated during the booking process; carriers may vary based on city of origin.

Other departure dates and origins are available at slightly higher rates. Prices are per person based on two people traveling together (unless specified otherwise) based on 7 day advance purchase and include roundtrip economy class airfare including carrier and government-imposed taxes and fees including the September 11th Security Fee of $2.50 per enplanement originating at a U.S. airport. Fluctuations in exchange rates may affect some taxes or fees.

Packages are subject to availability and are capacity controlled and may not be available on every date or on all flights and may be restricted to certain hotel room and car categories. Fares apply to North American originating passengers only. Full payment is made at the time of reservation. Seats are limited and fares may not be available on all flights. Higher fares may also be available throughout travel period. Cannot be combined with any other discount/promotion. Not eligible for accrual of frequent flyer points/mileage. Child/infant discounts not available. Stopovers are not permitted. Valid for new bookings only. Offers may be changed or withdrawn at any time without notice.

Cancellations /Changes: Fares are non-refundable. Substantial restrictions apply for cancellation/change and depend upon the package type.

Travel Trip Protection (including Pre-departure Trip Cancellation Waiver) will be offered during the booking process and if purchased you will be allowed to cancel/change your trip once for any reason up to 72 hours prior to departure and receive a refund of your payments made, less Travel Trip Protection costs and fees. Additional coverage for trip delay; missed connection; baggage and medical protections; and 24 hour worldwide assistance services are also included. If you have not purchased Travel Trip Protection, all bookings are non-refundable.

 

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Powerscourt - Wicklow, Ireland
Powerscourt

LOCATION

The Powerscourt is situated amidst one of the most scenic and historic estates in Ireland. Located on the doorstep of Dublin City on the grounds of the 1,000 acre Powerscourt House and Gardens, its location traces its origins back to the 12th century, and offers you the very best of Irish town and country. The estate is one of the most frequently visited attractions in Ireland and is situated beside the picturesque village of Enniskerry - a wonderfully authentic Irish village that is the ideal place to stroll to local cafes, bars, antique shops and boutiques. From Enniskerry, visitors can quickly venture into the capital of Dublin for superb shopping, world-famous visitor attractions or a taste of Irish nightlife. County Wicklow, known affectionately as ‘The Garden of Ireland,’ is a favored spot for cyclists and hikers, offering many beautiful trails through the mountains. The estate and surrounding area offer the ideal opportunity for hotel guests to explore the great outdoors and pursue many of the area activities favored by the country gentry such as horseback riding, fishing and shooting.

PROPERTY OVERVIEW

The sumptuous surroundings of The Powerscourt combine the luxury and tranquility of country living, with city chic. This elegant hotel, located near Dublin, brings together natural beauty and dignified accommodations, to offer guests an unforgettable experience. This Palladian estate is tucked back in the woodlands of County Wicklow on Ireland's east coast, and allows guests to take an enchanting stroll amidst the gentle green hills and sparkling lakes of Powerscourt Gardens, then head into Dublin for some cosmopolitan flair. Its luxurious five-star amenities and services include 200 spacious guestrooms (many with panoramic views), the world-class spa ESPA at Powerscourt with 20 treatment rooms, a 20-meter Swarovski crystal-lit pool and fitness center, 36-holes of championship golf, and three exceptional dining facilities, including Gordon Ramsay at Powerscourt, a signature restaurant from the world-renowned chef. 

Hotel Amenities
  • 24-hour front desk
  • Air-conditioned public areas
  • Arcade/game room
  • Total number of rooms - 200
  • Babysitting or childcare
  • Number of floors - 7
  • Bar/lounge
  • Barbecue grill(s)
  • Beauty services
  • Breakfast available (surcharge)
  • Concierge Services
  • Business center
  • Coffee in lobby
  • Currency exchange
  • Dry cleaning/laundry service
  • Elevator/lift
  • Fitness facilities
  • Floor butler
  • Full-service health spa
  • Gift shops or newsstand
  • Health club
  • Garden
  • Room service
  • Children's club
  • Laundry facilities
  • Massage - spa treatment room(s)
  • Medical assistance available
  • Multilingual staff
  • Parking garage
  • Picnic area
  • Porter/bellhop
  • Room service (24 hours)
  • Sauna
  • Shoe shine
  • Shopping on site
  • Smoke-free property
  • Steam room
  • Swimming pool - indoor
  • Wireless (high-speed)
  • Parking (free)
  • Year Built - 2007
Room Amenities
  • Cable/satellite television channels
  • Premium television channel(s)
  • Pay movies
  • Premium bedding
  • Separate sitting area
  • Climate control
  • Complimentary newspaper
  • Air conditioning
  • Direct-dial phone
  • Bathroom television
  • Internet access (surcharge)
  • Multi-line phone
  • Voice mail
  • Minibar
  • Remote lighting/drapery/curtain control
  • Complimentary bottled water
  • Wake-up calls
  • Daily housekeeping
  • Turndown service
  • Private bathroom
  • Bathrobes
  • Hair dryer
  • Bathroom phone
  • Extra towels/bedding in room
  • Handheld showerhead
  • Makeup/shaving mirror
  • Sewing kit
  • Slippers
  • Separate bathtub and shower
  • In-room childcare (surcharge)
  • Flat-panel television
  • Iron/ironing board
  • In-room safe
  • Non-smoking only
  • Desk
  • Cribs (infant beds) available
  • Free Wi-Fi
Hotel Location
g Hotel - Galway, Ireland
g Hotel

LOCATION:

The 5-star g Hotel is located five minutes from Galway's city center along the majestic coastline of Galway Bay, at the gateway to stunning Connemara. It provides the ideal base from which to explore Galway: take a leisurely walk to town and visit the Spanish Arch, Galway City Museum, Galway Cathedral or enjoy a daytrip to the Aran Islands, Cliffs of Moher or Kylemore Abbey.

PROPERTY OVERVIEW:

One of the top hotels and spas in Ireland (and the only 5-star hotel in Galway), the g Hotel combines modern design, lavishness and comfort with impeccable service and incredible cuisine – in a totally original fashion. The exquisite creation of Philip Treacy, the world's most famous milliner (and Galway native), this utterly unique, visually spectacular and totally glamorous hotel overlooks Lough Atalia and Galway Bay, offering 101 magnificent guestrooms, decadent award-winning dining, and Galway's best-kept secret - the luxury ESPA at the g. Reflecting a timelessness of contemporary elegance, this ultimate comfort zone is matched by an extensive menu of ESPA treatments, as well as a vitality pool, crystal steam room, rock sauna and relaxation room overlooking the rooftop Zen garden.

 

Hotel Amenities
  • Fireplace in lobby
  • Garden
  • Piano
  • Poolside bar
  • Restaurant
  • Smoke-free property
  • Suitable for children
  • Video library
  • Bar/lounge
  • Elevator/lift
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Luggage storage
  • Rooftop terrace
  • Tours/ticket assistance
Room Amenities
  • Bathrobes
  • Private Bathroom
  • Bathroom phone
  • Complimentary toiletries
  • Cribs/infant beds available
  • Desk
  • In-room childcare (surcharge)
  • In-room safe
  • Rollaway/extra beds available
  • Welcome amenities
  • Window opens
  • Air-conditioning
  • City view
  • Climate control
  • Complimentary newspaper
  • Daily housekeeping
  • Designer toiletries
  • Direct-dial phone
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Free wired high-speed Internet
  • Garden or Terrace view
  • Hair dryer
  • Hypo-allergenic bedding available
  • In-room massage available
  • Minibar
  • Pay movies
  • Plasma TV
  • Premium bedding
  • Premium TV channels
  • Satellite TV service
  • Slippers
  • Turndown service
  • Voice mail
  • Wake-up calls
Hotel Location
The Croke Park Hotel - Dublin, Ireland
The Croke Park Hotel

LOCATION:

Located just across the street from Croke Park Stadium, GAA’s home of Gaelic sport, the Croke Park Hotel is just 10 minutes from Dublin’s city center. With a great standard of service, a variety of state-of-the-art facilities and a great location, this hotel provides an ideal base for visiting Dublin and surrounding areas.

PROPERTY OVERVIEW:

The Croke Park Hotel offers resplendently modern design, stylish bedrooms, an open-kitchen restaurant, fully equipped fitness center, and impeccable service. The incredible staff at this popular hotel make it more than an inviting place to stay – with a passion for providing perfect service, they aim to make just being there a pleasure.

Hotel Amenities
  • Concierge services
  • Fitness facilities
  • Air-conditioned public areas
  • Coffee shop or cafĂ©
  • Restaurant(s) in hotel
  • Room service (limited hours)
  • Free parking
  • Internet access - wireless
  • 24-hour front desk
  • Multilingual staff
  • Currency exchange
  • Dry cleaning/laundry service
  • Bar/lounge
  • Elevator/lift
  • Total number of rooms - 232
  • Laundry facilities
  • Library
  • Number of floors - 4
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Self-parking
  • Year Built - 2005
Room Amenities
  • Air conditioning
  • Voice mail
  • Direct-dial phone
  • Coffee/tea maker
  • Wake-up calls
  • Private bathroom
  • Complimentary toiletries
  • Hair dryer
  • Satellite television service
  • Iron/ironing board (on request)
  • Desk
  • Cribs (infant beds) available
  • Complimentary newspaper
  • In-room safe
  • Climate control
Hotel Location

The Spire of Dublin: One of Dublin's newest landmarks, this striking 398-foot needle is made of reflective stainless steel. The tallest work of public art in the world, the spire is an architectural marvel that starts with a base of less than 10 feet. At night, a beacon of light is sent skyward from the top.

Ha'penny Bridge: This striking cast iron pedestrian bridge crosses the River Liffey, an iconic landmark and one of the most photographed sights in Dublin. Some 27,000 people walk across the bridge on a daily basis. The name comes from the halfpenny toll levied on all users of the bridge up until 1919.

Dublin Castle: In the heart of historic Dublin is the Dublin Castle, which dates to the 13th century and was built on a site previously settled by the Vikings. The castle has served as a military fortress, a prison, treasury, courts of law and the seat of English Administration in Ireland for 700 years. Where the present garden sits was once the site of the famous Black Pool or 'Dubh Linn,’ from which the city gets its name. Learn more >

Chester Beatty Library: Consistently winning accolades as one of Dublin's best museums, the Chester Beatty Library contains a diverse array of manuscripts, books, calligraphies, miniatures paintings and more from countries all across the world. Located within the Dublin Castle, highlights of the collection include Egyptian papyrus texts, Buddhist paintings, stunningly elaborate versions of both the Koran and Bible, Chinese dragon robes, and other artistic treasures. Learn more >

National Museum of Ireland - Archaeology: This branch of the National Museum of Ireland takes visitors on a trip through the country's archaeological history starting way back in 7,000BC. The museum contains several outstanding examples of Celtic metalwork and medieval art, as well as a fascinating exhibition that details the recently found bog bodies that date back to the Iron Age. Besides the main museum, there are three other offshoots around Dublin that center on Natural History, Decorative Arts & History, and County Life. Learn more >

Guinness Storehouse: You simply cannot leave Dublin without stopping by the St James's Gateway brewery, the facility that has been pouring out the black stuff since 1759. The number one visitor attraction in the country, the Guinness Storehouse is located in a former Guinness fermentation plant. After learning everything there is to know about Guinness, visitors receive a complimentary beer in the glass-enclosed Gravity Bar at the top of the building, which offers a magnificent 360-degree view of the city. Learn more >

Dublin City Hall: Pass through the neoclassical columns of Dublin City Hall and into the old vaults and become immersed in a multimedia exhibition that traces the evolution of Dublin City. In just one hour, interactive displays take visitors through over 1,000 years of history. Besides the exhibition, it is possible to take a tour of City Hall free of charge. Learn more >

Hugh Lane Gallery: Dublin's reputation as a world-class art city becomes immediately clear inside the Hugh Lane Gallery, home to modern and contemporary works by artists from around the world. The museum also houses the fascinating reconstructed studio of Irish-born figurative painter Francis Bacon. Learn more >

Dublin Writers Museum: Opened in 1991 to celebrate the Irish literary tradition, the Dublin Writers Museum tells the stories of the lives and works of Dublin's literary celebrities. Portraits, books, letters and other personal items from famous names such as Wilde, Joyce, Swift and more are kept in this splendid 18th-century mansion. It's a must see for any book lover. Learn more >

Dublinia: Located in the center of the medieval city of Dublin, Dublina is a heritage center that takes visitors on a journey back to medieval and Viking times. A great attraction at any age, visitor walk through both a medieval and Viking street as you learn about crime, punishment, death and disease throughout the ages. Learn more>

Dublin Zoo: The most visited family attraction in Dublin is this 60-acre zoological park that opened in 1831. Despite its age, this is actually one of the most modern zoos in all of Europe. See lions, tigers, bears and more as you travel through habitats that include the African savanna, the South American rainforest, and the fringes of the Artic. Learn more >

James Joyce Centre: Housed in a marvelously restored Georgian house, the James Joyce Centre tells about the life and times of one of the most influential writers of the 20th century. Although Joyce himself probably never visited the house, it is the former studio of the flamboyant dance instructor immortalized in Joyce's classic, “Ulysses.” Tons of items relating to the life and work of Joyce – including a copy of his death mask – are on display in re-creations of period rooms.  Learn more >

Trinity College: Founded in 1592 by Queen Elizabeth I, Trinity College was Ireland's first university. Today the campus dominates Dublin's city center, with the magnificent bell tower rising nearly 100-feet tall and the university's most famous landmark. Also notable is the college library, a building that contains over a million books, the main tourist draw being the Book of Kells, a gorgeously illustrated original manuscript from the 9th century. Learn more >

Kilmainham Gaol: A tour of this Victorian prison that dates to 1796 not only covers the penal history of the building, but also the heroic and tragic events that led to Ireland's emergence as a modern nation. Leaders of several rebellions were detained and executed here, and the dramatic audio tour is sure to fascinate any visitor (including Ireland history buffs and novices). Learn more >

Saint Patrick's Cathedral: Built in honor of Ireland's patron saint, the imposing Saint Patrick's Cathedral is the largest church in the country. There are several interesting tombs and memorials to explore, as well as the grave of "Gulliver's Travels" author Jonathan Swift, who was once dean of the cathedral.