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The Limerick Strand Christmas 2017 Programme launched

Christmas in July at the Strand Hotel, Limerick as Santa stopped by to celebrate the launch of the Limerick Strand Christmas 2017 programme. Picture: Cian Reinhardt/ilovelimerick.

The Limerick Strand Christmas 2017 Programme launched

General Manager, Stefan Lundstrom is delighted to officially kick-off the party season at the award winning Limerick Strand Hotel with the launch of the Limerick Strand Christmas 2017 programme.

“With the summer season in full swing, it’s hard to believe we are launching our Christmas Programme, but due to unprecedented early demand and early bookings one of our 6 party nights is already fully booked it, and Christmas Day lunch is 40% booked.  
Our Christmas Party nights draw a huge local and national crowd, so it’s time to start making decisions about how you’re going to be celebrating the party season.  If you’re looking for great Christmas Party Night food matched with a cracking atmosphere, then you can’t beat a party night at The Strand.  Our decorations, including 35 sparkling Christmas trees, provide the perfect backdrop for each festive gathering ” said General Manager, Stefan.


Limerick Strand Christmas 2017

Limerick Strand Christmas 2017 programme launched in July due to high demand. Picture: Cian Reinhardt/ilovelimerick.

Revellers are invited to join their choice of Christmas Party Nights on December, 2, 8, 9, 14, 15 & 16 of December 2017.  The merriment commences at 7 pm with a mulled wine reception with Carol Singers to set the Christmas scene.  Santa & Mrs Claus arrive at 8 pm and will lead the party people to the Shannon Suite. Following the warm welcome guests will then enjoy a scrumptious four course Christmas feast followed by entertainment with James Sexton and his band RECOIL – featuring all the classic dance hits followed by a Late Bar
Disco with DJ Cracker so you can boogie into the wee hours. Plus there’ll be Christmas novelties at each table and spot prizes.  The Limerick Strand Party nights start from €65 per person plus FREE overnight accommodation for the party organiser of parties of 30 guests or more.  Deposits and terms and conditions apply.


With fabulous food, delicious cocktails and cracking entertainment, The Limerick Strand is the perfect place to celebrate the run-up to Christmas 2017.   From intimate gatherings to large groups they offer some wonderful options for Private Dining during the festive season in the Limerick Strand Christmas 2017 programme.  Groups wishing to have a more formal dining experience have the option of booking one of three wonderful Private Dining Rooms including the rooftop City View Suite with panoramic views of the city skyline, wrap-around balcony, and private terrace areas all included along with bespoke menus from €39.95 per person or new for 2017, why not enjoy a Private Buffet from €21 per person.

For those just looking to soak-up the atmosphere, then there’s some great options available including dining in The River Restaurant with a set lunch menu – Monday-Sat from €19.95 per person daily served with a complimentary glass of mulled wine or dinner from €24.95.  Sunday lunch from €24.95 including a glass of bubbles.  Why not pop in and take a break from shopping and enjoy a Festive Afternoon Tea for €23.95 from 2-4pm daily. Advance booking is essential.
For details on Christmas Party packages please contact the hotel on 353 61 421800 or Email: [email protected]

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Richard is a presenter, producer, songwriter and actor. He was named the Limerick Person of the Year (2011) and won an online award at the Metro Éireann Media and Multicultural Awards (2011) for promoting multi-culturalism online. Richard says that the concept is very much a community driven project that aims to document life in Limerick. So, that in 20 years time people can look back and remember the events that were making the headlines.