Whether you’re visiting the Irish capital for business, pleasure, or a little bit of both, we know how important it is to have a comfortable and conveniently located hotel as your base. Here at Jurys Inn Dublin Christchurch we’re just a short walk from the city’s many cultural gems, perfect for an unforgettable stay in this wonderfully vibrant city.
Jurys Inn Dublin Christchurch is located opposite Christ Church Cathedral and close the popular Temple Bar, where you’ll find some of the city’s very best food, drink and entertainment. The city’s shopping area, Grafton Street, is only a 10 minute walk away from the hotel.
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Our Dublin hotel has 182 rooms, accommodating up to three adults or a family of four and including:
For an extra bit of luxury, our Executive Rooms include a super king bed, luxurious pillows, a 32” flat screen TV, in-room safe, and a range of complimentary snacks, drinks and toiletries.
Our Dublin Christchurch hotel also has a number of high-spec accessible bedrooms, each with:
We have accessible toilets in public spaces throughout the hotel, and lift access to all floors.
After a long day exploring the city or working with business associates, it’s time to relax at our on-site bar or tuck in to a meal at our contemporary yet family-friendly restaurant. We’ve also got a Costa coffee bar, so you can get a much-needed pick-me-up to start your day right. If you prefer to relax in your own space, we have room service from 12 noon until 6am, with a smaller night menu running from 10pm. You can find out more about our room service on the menu in your hotel room.
If you’re stuck for ideas for your trip to the Irish capital, here are just a few of our favourite things to do in Dublin.
Kilmainham is the biggest unoccupied jail in Europe, and a must-see on your trip to Dublin. On your visit you’ll discover the chilling history of life at the gaol, from the 1780s right through to the 1920s. Visits are by tour only, and the gaol is a half hour walk away from the hotel. Afterwards, visit the Irish Museum of Modern Art, a 15 minute walk away.
We recommend: getting there early, as tours operate on a first-come, first-served basis.
Dating back to the early 13th century, Dublin Castle is covers a huge site and is home to two museums, two cafes and two gardens as well as an international conference centre and government buildings. The castle is less than five minutes away from Jurys Inn Dublin on foot, and most parts are free to visit.
We recommend: stopping at the beautiful Dublin City Hall en route to the castle. Dublinia If you’re visit the Irish capital with your family in tow, the kids will love a visit to the viking and medieval museum, Dublinia. There are lots of hands-on activities and interactive displays, and best of all it’s only a minute’s walk from the hotel.
We recommend: climbing the tower for views right across the city.
The Irish Rock n Roll Museum Experience
Take a tour of the most iconic recording studios and rehearsal spaces in Ireland, see exclusive memorabilia and hear the stories of bands and pop stars including Thin Lizzy, U2 and Rihanna. You can even have a real-life rock-star experience by ‘starting your own band’ in the museum’s jam room.
We recommend: recording yourself singing karaoke at the end of the tour.
A visit to Dublin wouldn’t be complete without a trip to the iconic St. James’s Gate Brewery, the home of Guinness. The storehouse is now home to a unique visitor experience spread across seven storeys, each one exploring a different aspect of the brand and beer.
We recommend: enjoying a pint of the good stuff with views of the city from the Gravity Bar.
National Museum of Ireland
Located on Dublin’s Kildare Street, the National Museum of Ireland is dedicated to archaeology through the ages, including prehistoric artefacts, medieval history and the Viking age. If you want to find out more about local history, the National Museum is a must-visit.
We recommend: seeing the Kingship and Sacrifice exhibition, where you can see ancient bodies preserved by bogs.
Trinity College Dublin
Take a walk through the beautiful Trinity College campus before seeing the famous Book of Kells and exploring the old library. Once you’ve visited, it’s easy to see why Trinity College Dublin is one of the top attractions in the city.
We recommend: taking a guided tour to get the most from your visit.
Go and watch a rugby match or see traditional Gaelic games at Croke Park. The stadium has a capacity of more than 80,000, and is an unforgettable place to watch popular Irish sports.
We recommend: taking a tour of the stadium to see behind the scenes.
If you’re planning on adventuring through the rest of Ireland after your stay at our Dublin hotel, here are some of our favourite sights and attractions across the country.
For extra ideas and local tips, make sure you chat with our front desk staff who are always more than happy to help.
Our hotel in Dublin is close to first-rate transport links, so it’s easy to travel from the city to other sites across the country. To help plan your journey, here’s a snapshot of how long it’ll take to reach the most popular onward destinations from Dublin.
Cork: two hours 50 minutes by car or two hours 35 minutes by train