Dublin hotel’s social media faux pas goes viral…

Charleville Lodge in Dublin has come under some serious fire this afternoon after a rather tasteless Facebook status they wrote went viral.

In relation to Croke Park's Ed Sheeran concerts this summer, the hotel's status read: "For the attention of the people giving out about our prices on the nights of 24th and 25th July 2015” went on to offend prospective customers with phrases such as: “If you are expecting reduced rates on these nights, you need your head examined” and “At the end of the day, beggars can’t be choosers”.

The biggest shock of all came when the hotel listed ‘alternative accoamdation’ for guests before listing the details to St. Vincent De Paul, Dublin’s Simon Community, Peter Mc Verry Trust and the DSPCA Pet Boarding Kennels.

Needless to say people have been horrified but it seems the hotels plan of action is to only rub salt into the wound, so far refusing to apologise and saying only that they plan to share the three ‘funniest’ calls of complaint on Facebook later on…

This isn’t the first time Charleville Lodge has gotten on the wrong side of the Irish nation, last year proclaiming that the Garth Brooks concerts were back on, inciting further rage to a very, er, delicate situation.

We’re waiting with baited breath on this one…