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An Elegant Property in the Heart of the City

Hotel DoorThe perfect choice for holiday makers and business travellers alike, this elegant three star hotel is located in a nineteenth century building in the city centre of Dublin, within easy reach of all the main attractions.

The hotel offers a business centre complete with fax and photocopy service. There is also a concierge, hair salon on-site and a laundry service for your added convenience.

During your stay at this elegant hotel you can take advantage of the on-site gym and sauna. There is also an on-site restaurant offering a choice of delicious cuisine, a bar and a relaxing lounge area.

Each room is air conditioned and is en-suite with complimentary toiletries. There is a telephone with voicemail, TV and modem access in each of the comfortably furnished guest rooms.

In the local area

From your hotel you can walk to the main city centre attractions such as Temple Bar, an area on River Liffey. This is a preserved area complete with cobbled streets and awe inspiring architecture. This area also has a very busy nightlife, during the day it’s filled with magnificent galleries including the Irish Photographic Centre and the Temple Bar Gallery and Studio.

Trinity College is a short stroll away, whether you are visiting someone studying at the college or just want to have a look at the beautiful architectural buildings that date back to the eighteenth century, this is an attraction not to be missed. The college is home to thousands of students and sits in the heart of Dublin city centre complete with architectural delights such as the Chapel and Museum Building.

O’Connell Street is a street that runs through the heart of Dublin city centre, it’s also a street filled with history and culture and the perfect place for a day of shopping. The street is lined with magnificent architecture and monuments. Its here you will find the world’s largest sculpture. This street is full of statues, large modern shopping centres, a Cathedral and Parliament House.

If you’re looking for something a little different to do you can catch the tram, use the red line to St James Area and visit the Guinness Storehouse. Learn about this world famous beer as you enjoy a guided tour over the seven floors that cover the past, present and the future of this iconic Irish beverage.

After a day in the city head back to your comfortably furnished air conditioned guest room or enjoy a refreshing drink in the peaceful lounge area before heading to the restaurant for an outstanding meal. All at just half the price!

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