Business District – Dublin West area hotel

Business District – Dublin West area hotel

Business District – Dublin West area hotel

Have a relaxing and luxurious stay in Ireland with this exceptional Hotwire hotel in the business district. Look forward to large comfortable beds, stylish spacious rooms and incredible attention to detail during your stay, and take full advantage of the wide array of facilities and services that the hotel has to offer, including free high speed internet in every room, perfect for video conferencing or browsing the internet. Located in the business district of Ireland, it’s important that guests have access to business facilities. For this purpose, the hotel provides it’s own business centre for guests to use, with all the equipment required for a presentation or meeting. There’s even a fitness centre in the hotel, so guests need not worry about keeping fit during their holiday break, and can simply use the wide range of apparatus provided. The staff in the hotel are always on hand should guests have any questions regarding the rooms, facilities or even the surrounding area.

For a fascinating day out, drive over to ‘Kilmainham Gaol’, a former 19 century Irish prison with an instrumental role in parts of Irish history, notorious for it’s horrendous conditions. View the various exhibits throughout the prison, including a popular exhibition showcasing the prison’s penal and political history – immerse yourself in Kilmainham Gaol’s history and take one of the tours running every twenty minutes, in which one of the enthusiastic tour guides will enable you to re-experience how these prisoners lived 200 years ago! It’s also worth visiting the stunning Christ Church Cathedral, one of Dublin’s oldest buildings and a place of pilgrimage for almost 1000 years. This breathtaking Cathedral incorporates a mixture of medieval and Victorian architecture, and remains to be one of the best examples of medieval architecture in Europe. It’s also well worth a trip down to the crypt, the largest crypt in Britain and Ireland and certainly one of the most interesting, containing some amazing monuments and features, including some 18th century secular carvings and the old ‘stocks’ used for punishing offenders.

If you get peckish while exploring the city centre of Dublin, take a quick break at ‘Queen of Tarts’, a charming little bistro on Cow’s street famous for it’s delicious cakes and sandwiches, as well as it’s homely decor and friendly atmosphere. This hidden gem is the perfect place for a snack during the day or for an afternoon tea.

Book this hotel now, and view Dublin in a whole new light.