Attractions Map

Dublin Castle

Dublin Castle is located in the heart of historic Dublin. It was originally built in 1204 on the orders of King John to serve as a fortress for the administration of the city, and stands today on the ridge at the junction of the River Liffey. It is a stones throw from the back entrance of the hotel and is a must see for every trip to Dublin, even if it’s just for a leisurly stroll through the beautiful main square.
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Phoenix Park & Dublin Zoo

Phoenix Park is one of the largest enclosed recreational spaces within a European City. It has some stunning tree lined avenues, the historic papal cross, The Wellington monument, the 28 hectare Dublin zoo which is home to over 400 animals, and it is also home to Áras an Uachtaráin which is the residence of the President of Ireland and dates back to 1750. If you dont happen to catch a glimpse of our president on your visit, your are sure to see t ...
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The Brazen head

The Brazen Head is Ireland's oldest pub, it is well worth a visit for both its historical value and reputation as one of Dublin's best Irish music venues. Experience the ambience which housed Irelands most forward members of history, inclusive of James Joyce and Micahel Collins.
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Christchurch Cathedral

The Christchurch Catherdral is located but a stone’s throw away from the back entrance of The Clarence Hotel and is a beacon of Church Design in Ireland. The Cathedral attracts many tourists with it’s unusal and fascinating architecture in the heart of Dublin City. Christchurch is Dublins oldest building and is also home to Dublinia, an exciting trio of exhibitions detailing the Dublins Viking and medievil History. It allso features the tomb of t ...
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Croke Park – Etihad Skyline

This exciting new skyline tour allows you to take a walk on the roof of the famous Croke Park Stadium which is home to the Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA). The tour also includes entry to the GAA museum and a full tour of the stadium.
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Grafton Street

Is Dublin's most popular shopping street and has a variety of designer stores to choose from. It is located just 15 minutes away from the Hotel and is alive with activity day nd night and is home to Dublin’s Premier boutique’s.
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Guinness Storehouse

The first stop for any International guest and also Irelands number one attraction. Located in St. James’s Gate, in the heart of Dublins Liberties area, the storehouse is home to Dublins finest view – the Gravity Bar sits over 300ft above sea level and is the last stop on the storehouse tour. Get yourself a pint of “The Black Stuff” and take in what is arguably the best view from any bar in the world.
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Irish Museum of Modern Art

Ireland's leading national institution exhibiting and collecting modern and contemporary art. The museum opened in May 1991 and is located in Royal Hospital Kilmainham, a stunning 17th-century building near Heuston Station to the west of Dublin's city centre. A perfect next stop after your trip to The Guinness Storehouse.
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Killmainhaim Gaol

One of the largest unoccupied jails in Europe, covering some of the most heroic and tragic events in Ireland's emergence as a modern nation from 1780s to the 1920s. This attraction will take you to the heart of dublins past, and give you an inside view to how some of our most iconic and prolific political figures.
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Old Jameson Distillery

Located across the River Liffey in the Iconic Smithfield area, the Jameson Distillery is one of Ireland's top international visitor attractions in Dublin is an unforgettable experience. Take a tour around one of Irelands oldest Distillerys and sample some what is considered to be one of the best Whiskeys in the world.
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St. Patricks Cathedral

Just a 10 minute walk from the hotel, St Patricks Cathedral, also known as The National Cathedral (of the church of Ireland), is supposedly the place where St. Patrick Baptized his converts next to a Holy Well. It is also one of the very few Cathedrals which lack a cathedrals vital ingredient, a Bishop! As well as being the largest church in Ireland, it is also the burial place of the famous Dean Swift and has several other interesting tombs and ...
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St. Stephen’s Green

One of Ireland’s best known Victorian Public Parks. The park covers 9 hectares and with over 3.5km of pathways, beautiful lakes and fantastic scenery. Located at the top of the iconic Grafton street, the park is an oasis for shoppers and tourists alike.
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Trinity College and the Book of Kells

Trinity College is the oldest university in Ireland, it is home to The Book of Kells. The book of Kells is an ancient gaelic/latin gospel scripture containing stunning illustration. The caligraphers of the book are all unknown and are simply called A,B,C & D, and was originally created by Celtic Monks ca.800; This is one piece of Irish Litrature that can’t be missed. Once you’ve marvelled at the book, you should then proceed upstairs to the m ...
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