- Kilmainham Gaol
- Guinness Storehouse
- Dublin Castle
- Farmleigh House and Estate
- National Botanic Gardens
- Trinity College Dublin
Centro da cidade
Nome da cidade: Dublin
Direções do centro da cidade ao hotel: North
Distância do hotel: 0.18 MI/ 0.29 KM
Centro de convenções mais próximo: The Convention Centre Dublin
Distância do hotel: 1.12 MI/ 1.8 KM South
Loja de conveniência: 0.19 MI/ 0.3 KM South
Golfe: 9.32 MI/ 15 KM North East
Quadra de tênis externa: 2.05 MI/ 3.3 KM North East
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You can travel back to the 18th century among the majestic Georgian buildings and cobbled squares of Trinity College, just 10 minutes' walk from the hotel. And of course, it's home to the fabulous Book of Kells. It's a good idea to book in advance if you're going to visit the Old Library to see this illustrated medieval manuscript and the fascinating exhibition that explores its history.
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You can't leave Dublin without sampling the 'black stuff', and the Guinness Storehouse is only four kilometres from the hotel. On an interactive tour you'll discover the history of Ireland's most famous beer, recall 80 years of iconic advertising, and learn how to pour the perfect pint. Top it off by savouring a cold one with a 360-degree view of the city from the rooftop Gravity Bar.
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Just across the Liffey from the hotel, Temple Bar is Dublin's cultural quarter. During the day you can explore the cobbled streets to visit artists' studios, the Gallery of Photography, fashion markets or the Irish Film Institute. At night you'll discover how the area really earned its reputation, as you enjoy Irish music, traditional food or gigs at its legendary pubs, restaurants and clubs.
The Dublin Discovery Trails are self-guided walks based around the Dubline, an orientation route stretching from Kilmainham Gaol to Parnell Square. Download the app to trace the story of the birth of the city and the history of the Easter Rising, or discover the creative heart of the Real Dublin. Maps and personal accounts bring the stories to life, with interpretive panels along the way.