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Dublin Office

Travelmood - Dublin

  • 18-19 Duke St, Dublin 2
  • 01 433 1040
  • Monday-Friday: 9:15am - 6:00pm

    Wednesday: 10:00am - 6:00pm

    Saturday: 10:00am - 6:00pm

Dublin Team

  • Amanda Hynes-Senior Travel Consultant
  • Denise Breen-Senior Travel Consultant
  • Edel Shanahan-Senior Travel Consultant
  • Karen Whyte-Senior Travel Consultant
  • Orlagh Hogan-Senior Travel Consultant
  • Rachel Mc Anaspie-Senior Travel Consultant
Amanda Hynes-Senior Travel Consultant

Amanda Hynes

Senior Travel Consultant

  • Eat, prey, LOVE Bali. Magnificent beaches, breathtaking scenery and interesting culture. Bali is a great destination for honeymooners, family and friends. With so much to do from learning to surf to white water rafting or just top up that tan. My favorite spot on the beach was the Sheraton Kuta, fun pool parties and glorious sea views and for the shopper in you the mall is right next door. We went to Ubud and chilled out in the luscious forest, took a walk through the paddy fields and bartered in the markets. The Maya Ubud Resort and Spa was the ideal place for this with your own private villa.
Denise Breen-Senior Travel Consultant

Denise Breen

Senior Travel Consultant

  • I stopped in Singapore on my return journey from Bali, to break the journey and experience another Far Eastern City . The first thing that struck me about Singapore was the cleanliness of the City, they even have a law against chewing gum!! There is so much to do in Singapore. I stayed in the Shangri La Hotel, What a hotel !!! Fantasic standard of accommodation , it definitely had the WOW factor and it’s in a superb location. Don’t leave Singapore without experiencing the following trips, Changi WW11 War Trail & Museum Tour, Singapore Round-Island Tour with Changi Prison, Kranji War Memorial and Gardens by the Bay and River Safari Experience . It’s a City which is definitely worth visiting in my opinion.
Edel Shanahan-Senior Travel Consultant

Edel Shanahan

Senior Travel Consultant

  • I recently returned from my honeymoon in Mexico. We stayed for 7 nights in Secrets the Vine in the heart of Cancun and 7 nights in The Secrets Silver Sands on the Riviera Cancun. This was the perfect combination as we had the best of both worlds . Luxurious 5* hotels with unlimited All-inclusive that included premium drinks and gourmet dining, world famous Cancun nightlife like Coco Bongos a short stroll from Secrets The Vine . A variety of water sports in the 3 shades of blue Golf of Mexico and Miles of beautiful white sands. We took a variety of day trips, which we booked in advance and paid off along with our honeymoon , so had nothing to pay out once we arrived. I would highly recommend a ‘Swimming with the Dolphins’. This was an amazing experience and I felt we really got great value for money. If you wanted to combine Cancun with a second destination, Las Vegas would be the perfect place to add onto the start of end of your trip. This really was the honeymoon of a lifetime, and I couldn’t recommend it highly enough .
Karen Whyte-Senior Travel Consultant

Karen Whyte

Senior Travel Consultant

  • What can I say about Vegas except it’s the best city ever! Like New York it’s a city that never sleeps and if gambling isn’t your thing, don’t worry, there is still plenty to keep you entertained. Be enthralled by the dancing fountains of Bellagio Resort or take a gondola ride through the Venetian Hotel, fly through The Strip by helicopter or to the Grand Canyon… there really is something for everyone. I stayed for 4 nights on my own honeymoon at the newest, hippest Hotel on The Strip, The Cosmopolitan, and couldn’t recommend it highly enough. The Buffet at The Wicked Spoon restaurant was to die for, as was the views of the Bellagio Fountain from the terrace in our hotel suite. The Chandelier Bar made from Swarovski crystals was breathtaking!! First class shopping, first class dining, first class shows, what’s not to love??
Orlagh Hogan-Senior Travel Consultant

Orlagh Hogan

Senior Travel Consultant

  • I travelled to Kenya with Kenyan Airways. The first part of my holiday was a 7 nights Safari starting in Nairobi and finishing in Mombasa. We got to see the big five, which the was amazing, to say the least. The accommodation was of good standard, in either Tents or Lodges, as part of the Safari, we moved around different areas. The highlight of my trip was when we arrived at the Masi Mara, and we watched the sun set over the plains with drinks in hand, also known as a Sun Downer. We got to meet the Marai people and a balloon trip with champagne breakfast was a highlight for me. Following the Safari, we ended the trip at the beach in Mombasa. Since coming home I have recommended this holiday to family & friends as a trip of a lifetime, one that you would never forget and one that should definitely go on the must do list.
Rachel Mc Anaspie-Senior Travel Consultant

Rachel Mc Anaspie

Senior Travel Consultant

  • A very cosmopolitan city, airport to the city is approx 76km so just under an hour’s drive. Guests can spend their days with a trip to the Batu Caves, with over 270 steps up to the caves it’s not for the faint hearted!. All along the steps up to caves were monkeys that sit and wait to steal your water bottles and flower tributes that locals place at the temples so be warned (it was quite funny to watch them steal from people walking up that ignored the warnings!!). At the foot of the steps there is 140ft high statue of Lord Murugan that is quite impressive. Another great half day trip would be to the KLCC Aquarium located beside the convention centre, the admission price was €12.50 per adult, it was great to see the Sharks, turtles, otters and many other sea creatures some of which you could put your hand into the tank and touch. No visit to Kuala Lumpur would be complete without a visit to the PETRONAS Twin Towers they stand taller than the Empire State Building, they are amazing when all lit up at night, it will cost you around €25pp to go the towers to the observation platform, tickets need to be booked the day prior and best to go early to get the best view. There are 2 huge shopping centers in Kuala Lumpur the KLCC and the Pavilion both have a mix of very high end stores and regular stores, China Town is great for the markets and Haggling is great fun and is expected.