Overview

Our Dublin hotels are perfectly located to access a plethora of attractions, bars, restaurants and shops within thriving Dublin.

What's on in Dublin

17 March
With countless activities planned for the 2018 festival, make sure you fit in as much as you can, but most importantly, get out into the city centre in your best greenery for the sheer spectacle that is 2018's St Patrick’s Day Parade!

13 April
Witness the spectacle that has made the Festival of the Dead an experience like no other. Brimming with carnival-like pageantry, led by giant skull processions, enlivened by acrobats and dancers and with beautiful decorative art and costumes all around, this is one festival you will be glad you made it to.

8 - 12 May
A new production of Trainspotting directed by Tracy Ryan, starring Shane O’Regan, Fionn Foley, Meg Healy, Lorcan Stain, and plays at The Olympia Theatre for a limited run of five shows, including two late showings at the weekend.

Staff Recommends

Best Bar: Offering live music and a wide selection of drinks, Whelan’s has been a Dublin staple for over 25 years.

Best Restaurant: Temple Bar’s Elephant & Castle is one of the most popular choices in Dublin, made famous for their Elephantburger, chicken wings, and huge portions!

Best Kept Secret: Find a refuge from the hustle and bustle of St Stephen’s Green at Iveagh Gardens (between Harcourt Street and Earlsfort Terrace), a hidden gem for peace and beauty.

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