Stunning traditional hotel near Aviva stadium - 4 star – Dublin

Stunning traditional hotel near Aviva stadium – 4 star – Dublin

Stunning traditional hotel near Aviva stadium – 4 star – Dublin

Don’t miss this exclusive deal to stay in Dublin’s most prestigious hotel. Each luxurious guest room at this four star stunning traditional hotel near Aviva stadium comes with plush duvets, flat screen television and high speed internet. With a recently refurbished restaurant as well as a lounge and bar area, you won’t want to leave! Should you be visiting for business, rest assured that the facilities here are second to none, with meeting rooms, a banqueting centre and audio/visual equipment to boot.

Situated in one of Dublin’s most affluent suburbs, you’re in prime location for visiting the Aviva Stadium, the home of Irish Rugby and Football. This new stadium was built in 2010 on the grounds of what was once the oldest stadium in the world, the Lansdowne Road Stadium, dating back to 1872. If you’re lucky enough to secure tickets for a match here, you won’t be disappointed. For sports enthusiasts, take a tour round this magnificent venue, through the players changing rooms and tunnel to the gallery of memorabilia.

The city centre can be easily reached by car within minutes. Or why not make the 45 minute walk in to soak up the atmosphere and historic heritage of this beautiful city. For an alternative view of the city, book into Le Cool Walking Tours. You’ll be whisked off on a two hour tour of emerging music trends, street art, some historical points of interest and the latest on the Dublin literary scene. For literary enthusiasts, don’t miss a trip to the Dublin Writers Museum. Collections include personal items, letters, portraits and books of some of Dublins most famous writers, such as Jonathan Swift, James Joyce and Samuel Beckett. The James Joyce centre is also located a short walk away from here with more Joyce related memorabilia and information. Every year on June 16th, the Irish celebrate the work of this iconic author by dressing up in Edwardian costumes for the Bloomsday Festival. If you’re lucky enough to be visiting over this Irish festivity, make sure you check out the events and entertainment on offer.

Dublin is renowned for its seafood, and there are plenty of great restaurants on offer for you to indulge in some famous Dublin Bay prawns and other delicacies. For traditional fish and chips, Beshoff restaurant serves some of the best in the city whilst Brasserie Sixty 6 is the place to go for something more sophisticated. The fish and seafood on their menu is caught fresh daily so you’re guaranteed delicious dishes.