With such a host of exciting activities and sights, award-winning restaurants and renowned nightlife, Dublin makes a popular city break destination, and this chic city centre stylish boutique hotel is the ideal choice to make your home away from home. This boutique style hotel is fashionably designed and decorated, taking great pride in creating a warm and inviting environment for its guests during their stay. All the comfortable guest rooms provide a peaceful haven, where you can rest assured you’ll get a good night’s sleep and are fitted with all the necessary modern amenities, including air conditioning, coffee and tea facilities, telephone and television. There is also internet throughout the hotel as well as onsite parking. The property also boasts its own destination restaurant and bar, serving an impressive wine and cocktail menu as well as light snacks in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere.
Dublin and Guinness come hand in hand, and there’s no better place to see this famous association than at the iconic Guinness Storehouse, just a short distance from the hotel. The old grain storehouse is home to an exciting, interactive museum, and is the only section of the 26-acre working brewery that is open to the public. On the seventh and highest floor sits the Gravity Bar, a suitable spot to enjoy a pint of the celebrated drink that you can pour yourself as you admire the spectacular views over the city.
The Old Library is a must-visit for any avid bookworm or just those with an interest in the city’s cultural past. The library houses an impressive collection of 4.5 million books within the walls of the austere architectural design by Thomas Burgh in 1712. The Book of Kells exhibition is particularly popular with visitors to the library and the accompanying audio guide is informative and worth the occasional lengthy queues.
If you’re visiting the city for a special occasion with family, friends or work colleagues, celebrate in style at the Sixty6 restaurant in downtown Dublin. This unique eatery has sleek New York brasserie down to a tee and emits a natural party vibe, perfect for any event. The menu is focused on classic American dishes, mainly meat-based with full, hearty flavours. If you’re a large group try the whole roast pig – you won’t be disappointed!
After dinner and after the sun has set, let your hair down and enjoy great company and fine wine at Café en Seine, on Dawson Street. This sleek, contemporary bar opened in 1995 and has since become one of the most popular and raved about drinking holes in the capital. From the opulent art-nouveau interior to the impressive cocktail list and occasional live music events, this cosmopolitan bar is a nod to 19th-century Paris.