This stunning modern four star Secret Hotel is a relaxing retreat benefitting from a wealth of leisure facilities to leave you feeling reenergised and revitalised. Guests return time and time again to enjoy the steam room, jacuzzi, sauna, fully equipped gym and deluxe hydrotherapy swimming pool whilst foodies are equally satisfied with the elegant onsite restaurant, serving modern international cuisine and traditional Irish fare. The hotel bar and terrace area is also a fine place to start your evening, with a traditional pint of Guinness, whiskey or cocktail. Expect contemporary guest rooms with all the mod-cons you would expect from a hotel of this high caliber such as cable television and a mini-bar as well as first class services such as babysitting, room service and dry cleaning. This luxury hotel ticks all the boxes and more!
Dublin is a charming city, bursting with a mix of traditional and contemporary culture waiting to be explored. The Irish Museum of Modern Art is found in a stunning 17th century Royal Hospital building, and showcases modern works in a range of media. Tours and workshops are available for those after expert knowledge, but with free entry it’s a must for all art lovers.
Literary lovers will be in their element in the city that gave them James Joyce and William Yeats and for anyone wishing to discover more about these iconic authors, then the National Library of Ireland is the place to go. The venue holds free public tours of the Yeats Exhibition, which celebrates his legacy and aims to shed light on his works. As well as this, the library holds over eight million items in total, including photographs, music, newspapers, maps and manuscripts from Irish heritage. Literary tours of the city are also available, with Dubliners by James Joyce being a particular favourite. Listen to extracts from Joyce’s classic whilst visiting the locations and inspiration behind his scenes and characters.
In the evening, continue your literary fix with Dublin’s oldest pub The Brazen Head. You’ll be served traditional Irish fare by candlelight whilst the resident storytellers entertain you with folklore and mysterious tales from a bygone era interspersed with live Irish music. Alternatively Dublin offers a good choice of bars and nightclubs as well as several casinos. The Colossus Casino Club is the city’s oldest club, and is open 24 hours with the usual games such as Blackjack and Roulette.
However you decide to spend your time in Dublin, we hope you enjoy this contemporary hotel with luxurious pool and gym!