Fitzpatrick Castle Hotel, located in the scenic suburb of Killiney, south Dublin, is delighted to introduce brand-new, state-of-the-art padel courts on its enchanting hotel grounds.
The addition of these padel courts enhances Fitzpatrick Castle Hotel’s commitment to providing an unparalleled leisure experience for both its guests and the local community. Mark Scott-Lennon, the Managing Director at Fitzpatrick Castle Hotel, expressed his enthusiasm, stating, “This exciting new addition brings a fresh, fun dimension to the hotel’s offerings, underscoring our dedication to providing unique experiences.”
Joseph Scott-Lennon, Director at Fitzpatrick Castle Hotel, also commented on the launch, saying, “We believe that padel is a unique addition to our leisure options at the hotel. Padel is a great way to stay active and have fun while enjoying our beautiful surroundings. The feedback from our guests and neighbours so far has been fantastic and we are delighted to bring this new activity to the community. “
Padel, a rapidly growing sport that combines elements of tennis and squash, has captured the hearts of players worldwide due to its accessibility and broad appeal to individuals of all ages and skill levels. Padel’s unique features, such as glass walls, shorter court dimensions, and the use of solid walls as part of the game, make it a thrilling and dynamic sport.
Renowned athletes like Rafael Nadal and celebrities like Cristiano Ronaldo have embraced the sport, highlighting its widespread popularity. Padel offers an ideal blend of physical activity, competition, and social interaction, making it appealing to newcomers and seasoned players alike.
Bookings for the new padel courts are now open and can be made through the Fitzpatrick Castle Hotel website www.fitzpatrickcastle.com.
Photographer: Julien Behal
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