Modern and Stylish Hotel in Dublin – 4 Star

  • Destination: Dublin

This modern hotel is ideally located making it a perfect choice with holiday makers and business travellers. Within easy access of all the main sights and attractions, this hotel is a popular choice in the Dublin area.
The hotel offers room service and a night porter for your convenience. The en-suite guest rooms are stylish and comfortable and come with complimentary toiletries, a daily housekeeping service and tea and coffee making facilities.
You’ll also find a telephone, internet access and a safe in your guest room for your added convenience.
The hotel is close to all the major attractions, we’ve put a few suggestions together for you to take advantage of.

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The Hot Stove is an Irish restaurant giving you a chance to sample to traditional and local cuisine. Executive Chef Joy Beattie has created a delightful menu using only locally sourced produce which you enjoy in an elegant setting complete with outdoor courtyard for those warmer days.


Head to Buskers in the city centre for a music and entertaining night to remember. This bar has a number of top DJ’s playing, they have a choice of drinks from beers to cocktails and it’s a relaxing and pleasant environment to enjoy a night on the town in Dublin.

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For Families

The weather can be unpredictable at times, but the children will love an afternoon at the Rainwater Adventure Golf centre, which is situated in the centre of Dublin. This indoor golf centre is home to two eighteen hole golf courses which requires you make your way under temples and statues. This is a fun way to spend family time together and is guaranteed to be enjoyed by all.

For Romance

Take your      loved one for a leisurely walk through one of the oldest zoos in the world, the Dublin Zoo. This Zoo spans over twenty eight hectares and is home to over four hundred different animal species. The zoo was first opened in 1831 and today is home to a selection of mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians and more. There is also an on-site restaurant and gift shop to enjoy during your visit.

For Culture

There is one thing that Ireland is very famous for and that’s the Guinness Beer. Spend an afternoon and visit the Guinness Stonehouse and learn a bit about this dark coloured gold that is enjoyed by people throughout the world. Guinness Stonehouse is one of the main Dublin attractions and offers you a chance to see and learn about the brewing process, pour your own pint, buy some memorabilia and have an enjoyable cultural experience.

For Shopping

Jervis Shopping Centre is a large shopping centre which is open daily. The centre offers ample parking and has a wide range of shopping experiences from jewellery stores to children’s items and confectionary to clothing and more.