If you’re staying in the Irish capital, you’ll be on the lookout for a conveniently located hotel close to some of the biggest and best sights in the city. Our Parnell Street hotel is not only near the historic O’Connell Street, but is part of the most vibrant and exciting area of Dublin.
Jurys Inn Dublin Parnell Street is less than a five minute walk from Henry Street shopping district and Ilac Mall, and just 20 minutes from the iconic Croke Park Stadium. Whether you’re staying for business, pleasure or a little bit of both, our hotel on Parnell Street is ideally located for your adventures in the Irish capital.
At Jurys Inn Dublin Parnell Street, we have 253 spacious rooms, accommodating up to three adults or two adults and two children under twelve, including:
We’ve also got a number of wheelchair friendly bedrooms designed to the highest specifications, including:
After a long day of business meetings or an action-packed day in the city, it helps to have all the food and drink you need under one roof. Here at our Dublin hotel, we have everything from bar snacks and made-to-order cocktails at our stylish in-house bar, to three course meals at our family-friendly, contemporary restaurant.
For an early-morning boost or an afternoon pick-me-up, our on-site coffee bar is the perfect place to relax with an indulgent hot chocolate, sip on a smooth flat white or enjoy a refreshing cup of peppermint tea, all while making use of the free hotel WiFi.
If you want to stay in the room to relax, room service is available from 12 noon until 6am, with a smaller night menu running from 10pm onwards. No matter whether you’re an early bird or a night owl, you won’t go hungry. You’ll find full details of our room service on the menu in your hotel room.
If you’re travelling to Dublin for business, our Parnell Street hotel has three fully-equipped meeting rooms perfect for big presentations, small focus-groups, and everything in between. To make sure your business event runs without a hitch, our dedicated team are on hand to help at every step of the way.
If you need some ideas for your stay in the Irish capital, here’s the lowdown on some of our favourite sights and attractions across the city.
The Dublin Writers Museum
Dublin is bursting with literary excellence, and the Dublin Writers Museum is the perfect ode to the likes of James Joyce, Jonathan Swift and Seamus Heaney. At the museum you’ll see a collection that spans three hundred years, with everything from hand-written letters to portraits and personal items. We recommend: keeping an eye on the website for the latest exhibitions and special readings. The James Joyce Centre
Dedicated to the work of author James Joyce, you’ll get a fascinating insight into the life and works of the writer at the centre, just a six minute walk away from our hotel on Parnell Street.
We recommend: choosing a themed tour to get the most of your visit.
Dublin City Art Gallery
The City Art Gallery is located right next to the Dublin Writers Museum, and is home to impressive collections of contemporary art. Admission is free.
We recommend: crossing the road to take a walk through the peaceful Garden of Remembrance after your visit to the gallery.
Old Jameson Distillery
Take a tour through the Old Jameson Distillery to discover how the iconic whisky is made, ending up at the Discovery Bar where you’ll get a complimentary glass of Jamesons. The distillery is a 15 minute walk away from our Jurys Inn hotel on Parnell Street.
We recommend: choosing the ‘Irish Nights’ package which includes the tour, dinner and a live show.
The Little Museum of Dublin
If you love discovering smaller, independently-run attractions, a visit to the quirky Little Museum of Dublin is a must. The museum has permanent exhibitions including a lectern used by JFK during his time in Ireland, and memorabilia donated by U2.
We recommend: taking the Green Mile Walking Tour, run by the museum.
When in Dublin, a trip to the famous Guinness Storehouse is a given. Spanning an impressive seven stories, you’ll learn all about the Guinness brand and how the beer is made before enjoying a complimentary pint at the top.
We recommend: going to the Gravity Bar at night for magical views across Dublin.
St Patrick’s Cathedral
Dating back to the 12th century, St Patrick’s Cathedral is an impressive example of religious architecture in the heart of the city. To learn more about the history of the building, public tours are available.
We recommend: booking ahead if you’re travelling in a group.
When the time comes to leave Dublin, here’s our pick of the best things to do right across Ireland.
If you’re in need of extra travel tips and recommendations, make sure you stop for a chat with our front desk staff. They’re always more than happy to advise on places to see in Dublin and beyond.
Our Parnell Street hotel has first-rate transport links by bus, train and car, perfect for onward journeys to other destinations across Ireland. To help with planning your trip, here’s a snapshot of journey times from Dublin Parnell Street.
Cork: two hours 50 minutes by car or three hours by bus
We look forward to welcoming you to our hotel in Dublin very soon.