Situated close to the iconic Croke Park, this charming Secret Hotel is in a prime location for seeing the sights of Dublin and particularly ideal should you be catching a game at the stadium! These executive rooms close to Croke Park benefit from connecting rooms, so it’s a great option for families or groups of friends wanting to stick together. They’re all furnished with flat screen cable television, coffee and tea making facilities and extras such as a radio, make-up mirror and hairdryer. Take advantage of the free internet and catch up with work or research the local area. Staff are attentive and welcoming, offering babysitting services, car rental and laundry. Daily housekeeping of the guest rooms is also provided, so no matter how long you’re staying for, you’ll have a relaxing haven to return to at the end of each day.
Dublin is a sports fans paradise. With several first class golf courses to choose from, all with stunning views of rolling pastures, the famous Dublin Mountain range or the Irish coast, it’s the perfect destination for lads weekends or stag dos. Croke Park is of course the home of the Gaelic Games, and a tour round this iconic stadium is sure to be a memorable one. You can even try your hand at the Irish tradition of hurling in the museum section, as well as step out through the players tunnel and imagine how Irish heroes past and present must feel. Etihad Skyline Croke Park Tour is a new addition, and is one of the best ways to see views of the city as you walk out 44 metres above the ground. Leopardstown racecourse is also within easy reach, so be sure to check out the latest horse events during your stay. Hedge your bets on your favourite horse and enjoy the famous electric atmosphere of this popular course.
Culture vultures will love Dublin’s rich history displayed throughout the different periods of architecture and museums and galleries. Dublin Writers Museum can be found in a stunning 18th century mansion and houses photographs, letters, rare books and personal items from some of Dublin’s literary exports. There are also regular readings and theatrical performances held here, and a special area for children’s literature. The Irish Museum of Modern Art is also a popular cultural destination, housing 4,500 works from the 1940’s. There are regular exhibitions so be sure to check for upcoming events.
Enjoy your stay in the enchanting city of Dublin!