Located amongst the financial district with the International Financial Services Centre (IFSC) sitting next door, Jurys Inn Dublin Custom House is perfectly placed for any business guests. With only a short 6 minute walk to the convention centre and a brief 7 minute walk up to Connolly Rail station, the business traveller is in a prime location for all their needs.
For the city weekender, Jurys Inn Dublin Custom House sits opposite the river Liffey which offers plenty to explore along the river front and surrounding areas. Henry Street shopping is a 14 minute jaunt from the hotel or take a scenic route along the river front and admire Custom House’s beautiful 18th Century Neoclassical architecture and catch a tour of Dublin via the Liffey River Cruise.
Enjoy a good night’s sleep in one of the 239 spacious rooms that Jurys Inn Dublin Custom House has on offer. With an en-suite bathroom, Multi-channel Flat screen TV, free WiFi and a tea and coffee dock, our rooms provide guests complete comfort when away from home.
Jurys Inn Dublin Custom House rooms accommodate up to three adults, or a family of four, and, if needed, extra pillows are available upon request.
So whether visiting Dublin for business or pleasure, enjoy all the comforts of home in your Jurys Inn Dublin Custom House room.
Jurys Inn provides a number of wheelchair accessible guestrooms. These rooms have been designed to the highest specifications to make your stay with Jurys Inn Dublin Custom House as easy and pleasurable as possible.
Wheelchair accessible guestrooms include wide doorways, floor space to manoeuvre, and accessible bathrooms. Throughout the hotel, we also provide accessible toilets in public areas and lift access to all floors.
Jurys Inn Dublin Custom House offers a casual bistro dining experience with Oly’s Bar and Restaurant. Enjoy a glass of wine or ‘bubbly’ after exploring Dublin’s sites or a long day of business. Alternatively you can settle in for a light-bite panini or a delicious meal of traditional Beef and Guinness pie. Oly’s menu also includes a selection of ‘sweets’ featuring Granny’s Apple Tart and Irish Whiskey coffee.
Oly’s Bar and Restaurant is committed to sourcing the best ingredients and offer fresh produce, expertly cooked and served with a smile.
Room service is available from 12pm to 10pm. Full details can be found on the room service menu in your hotel room.
If you’re in the mood for a cup of rich coffee or soothing hot chocolate, Oly’s Bar and Restaurant also serves Costa coffee all day so all you have to do is find a relaxing spot to curl up in with a good book, magazine or tablet - free WiFi is available throughout the hotel.
If you are Business guest, we have 6 fully equipped Meeting Rooms and event staff on hand to ensure your meeting runs as smoothly as possible.
Founded by Queen Elizabeth I in 1592, Trinity College is the oldest University in Ireland. Bursting with Heritage the 40 acre site retains its historical charm of cobbled squares, gardens, parks and Architecture Trinity College is famed for its treasures including the 9th Century illuminated manuscript, The Book of Kells. The Book is the centrepiece of an exhibition that attracts over 500,000 visitors each year, and, along with the beautiful Trinity College site, this attraction is definitely worth exploring during your Dublin visit.
Trinity College is an 11 minute walk from Jurys Inn Dublin Custom House and admissions to the Old Library for the exhibition costs €9 for adults or €18 for a family ticket of 2 adults and 4 children, but bear in mind that children under 12 go free all year round.
Adjacent to Trinity College is a myriad of exciting places to explore. Clustered next door to the Merrion Square Park is the National Gallery of Ireland, the National Museum of Ireland (Archaeology and Natural History-2 sites) and the National Library which houses the largest collection of Yeats Manuscripts in the world. If this isn’t enough to keep you busy, there is also the Merrion Square open Air Art Gallery, The Oscar Wilde House, Oriel Gallery (The oldest independent gallery in Dublin) and Sweny’s which, although no longer a working pharmacy, retains its 1850s Victorian charm and is preserved as piece of Joyce’s Dublin with daily reading sessions.
This collection of Dublin cultural gems provides the perfect day out for those keen to absorb Ireland’s rich heritage from museums to Literary sentiment. It takes a brief 12 minute walk from Jurys Inn Dublin Custom House to Merrion Square Park.
If you fancy catching a show during your stay in Dublin, Jurys Inn Dublin Custom House is the perfect hotel to choose. Our Hotel sits in an easy 10-15 minutes walking distance of both The 3Arena Dublin and The Bord Gais Energy Theatre. So if the rain begins to fall, or you’re just in the mood for some theatre, catching a TedX Dublin talk or a showing of CATS will provide the ideal solution.
For more Dublin attractions, take a look at our Dublin city guide
Located in the city centre and overlooking River Liffey, our Custom House hotel has excellent transport links, giving you easy access to Ireland’s must see cities.
Dublin’s 720 bus is under a five minute walk away and will have you in Galway, the cultural heart of Ireland, inside three hours. Once there, you can enjoy the fantastic scenery and explore the vibrant and varied music scene. There are many historic places of interest to visit in Galway and you can stop-off at our central hotel if you need more than a day to experience this wonderful city.
Alternatively, taking the 704-x bus from Westmoreland St will have you in Cork in just over three hours. With its mix of modern and medieval era buildings, Cork has a rich architecture and a range of gardens and other historic sights to see. Plus, our Cork hotel conveniently located in the city centre will allow you to experience everything Cork has to offer at your own pace.
Taking the ferry across to Liverpool?
The ferry journey across the Irish Sea to Liverpool can be up to eight hours long, so it makes sense to have accommodation booked for your arrival. Our Liverpool hotel provides all the rest and recuperation you’ll need after a lengthy voyage.