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North Star Hotel and Premier Club Suites
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North Star Hotel and Premier Club Suites

Amiens Street,Dublin,D1
O'Connell Street Area
North Star Hotel is supremely located in the heart of Dublin’s City Centre. This 4-star property is ideally situated for your corporate or leisure...
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Sheldon Park Hotel
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Sheldon Park Hotel

Kylemore Road,Dublin,12
Clondalkin
With an on-site leisure club, this hotel rests on the edge of the city; a quiet haven with convenient transport links into the centre of Dublin. The...
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Hotel Riu Plaza The Gresham Dublin
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Hotel Riu Plaza The Gresham Dublin

23 Upper O’Connell Street,DUBLIN,1
O'Connell Street Area
The Hotel Riu Plaza The Gresham Dublin is located in the heart of Dublin city centre on Dublin’s main thoroughfare, O’Connell Street and is one of the...
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Clarion Hotel Liffey Valley
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Clarion Hotel Liffey Valley

Liffey Valley,Dublin,D22
Phoenix Park
The Clarion Hotel Liffey Valley is a 5-minute walk from Liffey Valley Shopping Centre. It offers easy access to the city centre, which is easily...
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Jurys Inn Parnell Street
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Jurys Inn Parnell Street

Moore Street Plaza,Parnell Street,Dublin,1
O'Connell Street Area
Jurys Inn Dublin Parnell Street is located in Dublin city centre, just minutes away from the historic O'Connell Street. Ideal for business...
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The Regency Hotel
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The Regency Hotel

Swords Road,Drumcondra,Dublin 9
Drumcondra
The Regency Hotel is located 3km north of Dublin City Centre and a 10-minute drive away from Dublin Airport. Each guest bedroom is air conditioned...
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Maldron Hotel Dublin Airport
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Maldron Hotel Dublin Airport

DUBLIN AIRPORT,DUBLIN
Dublin Airport
The Maldron Hotel Dublin Airport is located only three minutes from the Airport Terminal and enjoys a 24 hour courtesy coach service to and from the...
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Cassidys Hotel
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Cassidys Hotel

6-8 Cavendish Row,Upper O'Conell Strret,Dublin,D1
O'Connell Street Area
Cassidys Hotel is situated a 10-minute walk from Trinity College, a variety of shops and Dublin's nightlife at Temple Bar. The 3-Georgian town houses...
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Travelodge Phoenix Park
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Travelodge Phoenix Park

Aurburn Avenue Roundabout,Dublin,15
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Travelodge Phoenix Park is situated in the delightful grounds in leafy Castleknock – just minutes from the iconic Phoenix Park, the internationally...
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Temple Bar Inn
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Temple Bar Inn

40-47 Fleet Street,Temple Bar,Dublin
Temple Bar
General Information Temple Bar Inn is a 3-star boutique hotel located in the prime neighbourhood of Dublin, Temple Bar. The property enjoys a central...
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Ashling Hotel
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Ashling Hotel

Parkgate Street,Dublin,D8
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Ashling Hotel enjoys a location just a 20 minute walk from Dublin city centre, overlooking the River Liffey. Ideal for couples and families, this...
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Clayton Hotel Cardiff Lane
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Clayton Hotel Cardiff Lane

Cardiff Lane,Sir John Rogerson's Quay,Dublin,D2
Trinity College
Clayton Hotel Cardiff Lane is located in Dublin city centre, overlooking the Grand Canal Theatre, just a short walk away from the centre. Ideal for...
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Ballsbridge Hotel
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Ballsbridge Hotel

Pembroke Road,Dublin,4
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The Ballsbridge Hotel is located in Ballsbridge, one of Dublin's business and residential districts, next to the DART Railway which connects you to the...
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Crowne Plaza Hotel Dublin - Blanchardstown
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Crowne Plaza Hotel Dublin - Blanchardstown

The Blanchardstown Centre,Blanchardstown,Dublin,D15
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Crowne Plaza Hotel Dublin – Blanchardstown is located in Blanchardstown, a 15 minute drive from Dublin Airport. Ideal for business or leisure, this...
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Clarence
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Clarence

6-8 Wellington Quay,Dublin
Temple Bar
The Clarence Hotel Dublin is situated in the heart of Dublin city, in the residential West End of Dublin's famous cultural quarter Temple Bar, on the...
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Mespil
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Mespil

Mespil Road,Dublin,D4
St Stephen's Green
Mespil Hotel is located in Dublin city centre, a 15-minute walk from St Stephens Green. Ideal for business travellers, couples or families, the...
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Clayton Hotel Dublin Airport
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Clayton Hotel Dublin Airport

Baskin Lane,Swords,Co. Dublin
Dublin Airport
Clayton Hotel Dublin Airport is just seven minutes from Dublin Airport. It is also a short distance from National Show Center, Croke Park, Dublin...
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Dublin Central Inn
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Dublin Central Inn

95-98 Talbot Street,Dublin,D1
O'Connell Street Area
Dublin Central Inn is located just 2 minutes walk from O'Connell Street in the heart of Dublin city centre. The hotel offers you free wireless...
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Staycity Serviced Apartments Christchurch
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Staycity Serviced Apartments Christchurch

High Street,Dublin,Temple Bar,8
Temple Bar
Staycity Serviced Apartments Christchurch are located in Dublin Centre and are just a 5 minute walk from the many bars and restaurants at the lively...
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The Plaza Hotel
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The Plaza Hotel

24 Belgard Road,Tallaght,Dublin
Clondalkin
This 4 star Plaza Hotel is a stylish modern hotel in South County Dublin overlooking the spectacular views of the Dublin & Wicklow Mountains in...
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Dublin Overview

Great walking city

 

Historic Dublin is the perfect city break destination. The centre of Dublin is easily accessible making it a great ‘walking’ city. From the historic medieval quarter around the castle to the bright lights and late nights of Temple Bar, the city is waiting to be discovered. The River Liffey acts as a useful navigation point for first time visitors to Dublin. It is likely that the majority of your time will be spent south of the river. North is the wide expanse of O’Connell Street and the imposing Croke Park.

Beautiful green spaces

 

The heart of Dublin is dominated by the beautiful green spaces of St Stephen’s Green, Merrion Square and the impressive grounds of Trinity College. To the east you will find the Grand Canal and modern dockside developments. West of Trinity College is the Medieval Quarter, home to Dublin Castle, Christ Church and the old city walls.  Head north towards the river and Temple Bar awaits. The local pubs are packed out with visitors soaking up the live music and the Guinness. The area offers much more as a hub for art and culture.  Beyond Temple Bar, the River Liffey gently rolls inland. The modern quayside on both sides of the river is home to new businesses and retail developments.

 

History, entertainment, sport

 

Dublin attracts visitors from across the world, tempted by the history, the entertainment and the live sporting opportunities. In more recent times the city has also blossomed as a ‘tech hub’ with major companies including Google and Amazon choosing to set up camp in Dublin. From the leafy suburbs south of the centre to the historic centre and modern quayside, this captivating city will welcome you and leave you planning your next visit.

 

Things to do in Dublin

 

Eat and drink in Dublin

 

Dublin is a food lover’s paradise. The explosion in independent cafes and coffee houses has led to a whole new café culture. The small streets running off Grafton Street are home to some lovely little quirky places to re-charge the shopping batteries. The pubs in and around Temple Bar offer excellent bar food made from the very best local ingredients – all washed down with your drink of choice. Food plays an important part in modern Dublin and the restaurant scene is packed with high quality venues serving both local and international dishes. The area between St Stephen’s Green and Trinity College is packed with a wide range of restaurants designed to suit all budgets and taste buds.

 

Top Tip:

Eat like a local during your visit. Buy some food to take away and stretch out on your own patch of St Stephen’s Green.

 

Dublin nightlife

This relatively small city is home to a huge number of pubs, bars and lounges. If you are unsure about your preferred type of bar, simply take a walk and try a few. Traditional live music and visiting parties can tend to dominate the bars around Temple Bar but you are guaranteed a lively night. A short distance away lies Wexford Street, home to a more relaxed crowd. This area is busy with great pubs and live music venues. The small streets running off Grafton Street offer up more intimate pubs full of locals in full flow. Dublin also has a good range of late bars serving you into the early hours. For a full on clubbing experience the inimitable POD complex on Harcourt Street is the place to be.

 

Shopping in Dublin

Dublin is the perfect city for a shopping trip. You will find an exciting mix of high street shopping, independent boutiques and large, modern shopping centres all within walking distance. Grafton Street is the place to head for the best Dublin has to offer. You can browse the large stores lining this beautiful pedestrianised street and make regular stops for coffee and cake or something a little stronger. If the Irish weather turns against you, head to the Stephen’s Green Shopping Centre, a modern retail centre packed with big brand stores as well as restaurants and cafes. Small boutique stores, independent retailers and quirky souvenir stores line the streets around Temple Bar.

 

Things to see in Dublin

 

You may find your first visit doesn’t leave you with time to do it all. It is worth planning an open top bus tour just to get your bearings and take in the Georgian splendour of St Stephen’s Green. The Guinness Storehouse is a great tourist attraction – take a tour and finish up in the Gravity Bar with a pint of Guinness. The views are amazing. If you can plan your visit around a live sports event at either Croke Park or the Aviva Stadium it is worthwhile. If you feel the need to explore beyond the city limits, take a trip out to the nearby coast and discover the wild beaches that run north of Dublin along the east coast. Golfers may like to try the championship course at the famous Portmarnock or one of several other amazing links courses in the area.

 

We Recommend

 

The Porterhouse Temple Bar

 

The Porterhouse is a popular choice with beer aficionados in the city. They brew their own ale and it stands up well to more recognised brands. The pub is on Parliament Street in the heart of Temple Bar. Live music fans and lovers of traditional Irish music will not be disappointed either as the pub features live acts seven days a week.

 

Brother Hubbard

Brunch is an important part of an average day in Dublin as a visitor. Brother Hubbard has become the home of the fortifying late morning meal designed to get you through the day. You will find it on Capel Street – head up Parliament Street and hop across the Liffey. Great options including Mediterranean specialities will set you up nicely for a day in Dublin.

 

St Patrick's Day Parade & Festival – March 17th

 

If you want a party there is no better time to visit Dublin. The streets are alive with performances and parades and the pubs are packed throughout the day.

 

Fast Facts

 

·         Currency – EUR

·         Time Zone – GMT

·         Travel Time – Dublin (DUB) - 1 hour 15 minutes (London)

·         Transfer Time – 30 minutes (Taxi)

 


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Not long enough to enjoy in full

, Lerwick, Shetland

We were in Dublin for just over 24 hours. We went on a sightseeing tour - hop on hop off. Anthony the driver we had first was hilarious, worth staying on just to listen to him! Guinness Tower was WELL worth the visit - highly recommended. Shame about the beggars who were everywhere. In fairness they did not pester us continually, but I did see some people who were finding it difficult to shake them off.

The best thing about my stay was ...

Friendliness of the people.

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