If you’re looking for a luxury hotel, ideally located hotel at Dublin airport, then look no further than this four star gem. Located at the airport, with free airport transfers to terminals, long term parking and wake up calls, you can enjoy extra time in bed before an early flight or avoid travelling late at night after an evening flight. This deluxe hotel is popular with business guests, because it features a fully equipped business centre with audio/visual equipment, conference rooms and courier services. Guest rooms are comfortable and furnished to a high standard, with a private bathroom and bathtub, coffee and tea facilities and a dining area. They also benefit from free internet access, cable television and daily housekeeping you don’t have to lift a finger.
The sights of Dublin and surrounding areas are within easy reach of Dublin airport. Spend the day in Dublin’s city centre and explore the maze of boutique shops, quaint pubs and historic landmarks. Trinity College, founded in 1592 with the help of Queen Elizabeth, is located on College Green and is a must see for first timers. Take a tour of this historic academic institute, and be sure not to miss the 19th century Old Library which welcomes over half a million visitors annually. The main attraction here is the ancient Book of Kells, which was written in 800AD by Irish monks. It details the four gospels in Latin and is an Irish national treasure with great historic and religious significance.
Whether you’re visiting for work or leisure, if you can escape for some time at the beautiful Irish coast, you won’t regret it. Adrenaline seekers should head to Dollymount Strand for lessons in kite surfing, whilst Balcarrick Beach is the place to go for scenic walks and romantic strolls. Alternatively, the Dublin Mountains make a fantastic family destination where you can hike or cycle the forests and woodland trails. If you decide to stay within the city, then there’re plenty of outdoor places to enjoy there too. Phoenix Park is renowned for being one of Europe’s most beautiful parks and is also home to Dublin Zoo. Whether you’re looking for somewhere to entertain the children or take a loved one, this well established zoo has a range of exotic species and informative daily talks.
However you decide to spend your time in this enchanting city, make sure you enjoy an evening out in the Culture Quarter. The Irish are known for their ‘shindigs’, so grab a pint of Guinness and catch one of the live Irish music shows at the great selection of historic pubs!