A Dublin hotel has offered discounted prices on rooms if they present their Irish Water application at check-in - as a paper airplane.
Charleville Lodge in Phibsborough posted on their Faebook page offering a 50 per cent discount if guests fold their un-returned Irish Water packs into a cleverly designed paper plane.
The hotel - which caused controversy last year after 'promising' Garth Brooks would be coming to Ireland - asked their social media followers today if they had registered today. If not, they presented their customers with this odd offer.
"If you present your #IrishWater application form on check in at our hotel in the form of a paper airplane, we will give you a 50% discount on your room rate," they posted, along with a mock-up of the paper plane.
Responding to the €100 grant being offered by Irish Water for those who registered this week, the hotel wrote: "Yes, I said 50%! So if your bill comes to €200, you will get your €100 reward anyway!"