While the manicured finery of St. Stephen's Green and lush space of Merrion Square buzz with summer tourists, it's ... More
While the manicured finery of St. Stephen's Green and lush space of Merrion Square buzz with summer tourists, it's the smaller, lesser-known urban parks that can really capture the calm elegance of Dublin's boom-time affluence. Belgrave square is just such a peaceful example: surrounded by grand Victorian architecture, the wrought-iron railings enclose an oasis of soft grass and tree-shaded spots. On sunny days the place hums with a calming soundtrack of relaxed chatter, birdsong, and children's laughter (a play area makes up the southern end of the square), and the urge to have an afternoon nap may prove irresistible. – Gareth Thornton
A Four Seasons hotel really needs no introduction and the chain boasts of over 45 hotels world wide. Perfectly located
the Four Seasons Hotel Dublin stands right next to the Royal Dublin Society, which is home to the largest ...
The Hotel St George is located on Parnell Square at the top of Dublin's O'Connell Street. There are direct buses
to Dublin airport and train station from O'Connell Street. Dublin itself is Ireland's largest and most cosmopolitan city, with ...
Superior budget hotel with city centre location in Dublins International Financial Service Centre. Attractive riverbank location. The Inn is within
walking distance of Dublins main banking and financial service companies as well as cultural, shopping and nightlife districts. Our ...