Lucan – Lexlip area hotel

Lucan – Lexlip area hotel

Lucan – Lexlip area hotel

Meaning ‘The Place of Elms’, the picturesque suburban town of Lucan, just 13 km south of Dublin city centre, offers a tranquil alternative to inner city accommodation. Hotwire customers interested in a premium city break to the inspiring Irish capital may take advantage of exclusive deals on this contemporary 4* Hot Rate hotel which offers guests spacious, well-appointed double en-suite guest rooms with free high speed Wi-Fi internet. This hotel features a highly regarded onsite restaurant specialising in both local and international cuisine, in addition to a 24 hour concierge supervised by friendly hotel staff ready to handle any requests or enquiries.

Perfectly positioned on the banks of the River Liffey, Lucan is a highly sought after rural town on the fringes of Ireland’s most cosmopolitan city, Dublin. Surrounded by the typical lush green countryside which gives the Emerald Isle its famous title, this Hot Rate hotel is ideal for those after a city break with a rustic flavour. The town itself is home to numerous shops, cafes and chocolate-box style churches and also features two highly regarded golf courses, the Lucan Golf Club and Hermitage Golf Course.

Exploring all that Dublin has to offer could not be easier for hotel guests, owing to the excellent transport links directly into the city centre. Tourists may choose to hop on a train, bus or hail a taxi for easy access to the captivating capital in just a matter of minutes. In addition to its obvious iconic landmarks, such as Dublin Castle, the Spire of Dublin, Trinity College and Phoenix Park, Dublin also enjoys the celebrated status in world famous literary history. Having produced notable laureates such as Yeats, Bernard Shaw, Wilde and Bram Stoker, the city preserves its creative legacy with a thriving theatre scene and dedicated museums such as the National Print Museum of Ireland.

Juxtaposed against the city’s vibrant history is its illustrious nightlife scene, which is recognised as being one of Europe’s liveliest. Dublin is renowned for its abundance of traditional-style Irish pubs and breweries which specialise in local ales and of course, the city’s signature drink, Guinness. The capital’s Temple Bar area is home to most of the city’s most trendy bars and clubs, which are as popular with locals as they are with tourists. Lovers of live music are also generously catered for owing to the number of cosy venues centred on the Leeson Street area which have hosted the likes of U2, the Dubliners and the Boomtown Rats.