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Captain Saul Suite

Suite 402 also known as The Captain Saul - recently refurbished.

 This fixed boardroom styled room includes:

Natural Day Light

Dedicated events team fully trained in meeting and event management assigned as a point of contact

80 inch format high definition commercial display with HDMI & VGA connectivity

Desktop connectivity

Full HD Presentation capabilities 

Complimentary WIFI


Length & Width 7.3m x 5.8m

Area & height 42.3sqm x 3.3m

Maximum capacity's:

Boardroom 12 | Private Dining 10


The history behind name...

It was from the Velvet Strand at Portmarnock, Co. Dublin that the famous Australian aircraft – “Southern Cross" took off on the 24th of June 1930 on a pioneering flight across the Atlantic. 33 hours later the aircraft landed safely at Harbour Grace, Newfoundland.

This historic flight was piloted by the Legendary Australian aviator – Charles Kingsford Smith. The Co-Pilot was Evert van Dyk and the Navigator was Captain J.P. Saul (a Dubliner)