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Charm and Irish Elegance

tgt11The Ballsbridge area in Dublin is a as high-class as they come; surrounded by embassies, this secret hotel is right at the heart of where everything happens. This massive hotel has 102 rooms, 14 suites and offers a wonderful view over of Dublin’s lush cityscape.

The guest rooms are spacious and wonderfully designed so that you can see and also feel the luxury that surrounds you. They are equipped with king-size beds and some rooms have private terraces. The suits all have garden views and make a great space for business and relaxing. There are non-smoking rooms available, cribs can be provided upon request and some rooms are wheelchair-equipped.

This Dublin secret hotel is also family-oriented, as it can accommodate children under 18 for no addition charge. That is pretty amazing, isn’t it? The check-in is at 15:00 and the check-out at 12:00 (early arrivals and late departures are also allowed for a fee).

Every room has down duvets and pillows (but the hotel can provide hypoallergenic pillows on request), a hair dryer, a lighted makeup mirror and bathrobes. There is a fax machine on request and free wire or wireless Internet access in all the rooms.

This charming Dublin hotel is a great pace for a bridal party/shower – the package contains facials, manicures, pedicures, body scrubs, waxing and other pampering treatments over the course of five weeks, ending one day before the wedding.

In the Local Area

Dublin has changed a lot during the past decade becoming a brilliant luxury destination with a vibrant shopping center and great local attractions.

Very close to this hotel is the St. Patrick’s Cathedral – no visit to Dublin (to Ireland, for that matter) would be complete without a visit to the place that honors Ireland’s patron saint. It stands on the spot where the saint was baptized and the present building was erected in 1220 and is the National Cathedral of the Church of Ireland. You can visit the place, but remember that it is mainly a place of worship and not a museum.

The National Museum of Ireland is the country’s foremost cultural institution and it houses the greatest collection of Irish heritage, natural history and culture.

Again, no trip would be complete without a taste of the famous Guinness and if you are fan, then why not visit the very place this beer is created, the Guinness Storehouse. The entire experience is molded so that you get to see exactly all the processes involved in making beer: from the brewing to advertising.

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