- Dublin Zoo
- Pavillions Shopping Centre
- The Wright Venue
- Furry Park Industrial Estate
- Lilmar Industrial Estate
- North Ring Business Park
- Omni Park Shopping Centre
- Palm Grove Industrial Estate
- Clonsaugh Industrial Estate
- Ballycoolin Industrial Estate
- Malahide Castle and Gardens
City Name: DTWN DUBLIN
Direction from City Center to Hotel: South
Distance from Hotel: 3.11 MI/ 5 KM
Closest Convention Centre: Dublin City University
Distance from Hotel: 1.24 MI/ 2 KM
Convenience Store: 0.93 MI/ 1.5 KM West
Golf: 5.59 MI/ 9 KM North West
For a real taste of Ireland, visit the Guinness Storehouse. You can take an interactive tour of the historic brewery and learn how to pour the perfect pint. Discover how Ireland's famous beer is made, and exported all over the world. At the end of your tour, sample a glass of the black stuff with panoramic views of the city from the Gravity Bar on the roof.
To experience Dublin's legendary "craic" first hand, head for the central Temple Bar district, 20 minutes' drive from the hotel, to enjoy a night on the town. The city's lively nightlife hub is packed with pubs and clubs where you can join Dubliners in their element. Many places host regular live music events where you can listen to rock bands or tap your feet to traditional Irish folk.
Don't Go Home Without
Take the 20-minute trip by bus or car to central Dublin. Browse the jewellery stores and fashion boutiques along Grafton Street, or explore the gardens of 16th-century Trinity College, where the 1,200-year-old, illuminated Book of Kells takes pride of place in the library. Kids can spot giraffes, lions and gorillas at Dublin Zoo, or just run around and burn off some energy in huge Phoenix Park.
For spectacular views of Dublin Bay, head to the picturesque harbour town of Howth, 25 minutes by car from the hotel. You can hike the rugged cliff-top paths and spot seabirds, take a summer boat trip, explore ruined, 14th-century St. Mary’s Abbey or enjoy a picnic on the sandy beach. End the day with a delicious plate of Irish oysters or Dublin Bay prawns in a restaurant with a view of the water.