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Clayton Hotel Cardiff Lane
Next to Bord Gais Energy Theatre in Dublin’s docklands.
Clayton Hotel Burlington Road
Dublin city’s largest conference hotel.
Dublin Zoo is home to 400 incredible animals.
Croke Park is home to the Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA) and hosts many international artists on their stadium tours.
Trinity College Dublin
A must-see when you visit Dublin.
Viking Splash Tour
A fantastic way to see our city.
Bellucci Italian Restaurant & Cocktail Bar
One of finest Italian Restaurants near us.
Dublin Castle is one of Dublin’s most historical attractions, steeped in history and should not be missed.
The home of Irish rugby.
Bord Gais Energy Theatre
Experience the magic of the theatre.
Shopping in the heart of Dublin.
One of the most important sites of the 1916 Easter Rising.
Convention Centre Dublin
The Convention Centre Dublin (The CCD) in Dublin docklands, in the heart of the capital.
Fantastic choice including Jervis Shopping Centre, Ilac Centre and Arnotts.
Conference and exhibition centre, showground, sports ground, meeting centre and event venue, the RDS hosts a myriad of events throughout the year.
Dublin Sightseeing Tours
The perfect way to see all the city’s sights.
Hosting some of the biggest events and names when they visit Dublin.
The Gaiety Theatre is home to Irish pantomime and is located on South King Steet just off St Stephens Green.
The ornate doors of The Olympia Theatre have been open for 136 years.
St. Stephen's Green Shopping Centre
Stephen’s Green Shopping Centre was formerly a market area in the 1980’s. where the likes of U2 had its earliest gigs.
University College Dublin is Ireland’s second largest university.
The National Print Museum
The National Print Museum collects, documents, preserves and exhibits the history of the printing craft in Ireland.
83-87 Main Street Ranelagh Dublin 6
Award winning restaurant serving mouth-watering cuisines, fantastic cocktails and a fantastic selection of wine.
St Stephen’s Green
St Stephen’s Green is a beautiful historic park in the centre of Dublin city centre.
National Wax Museum
The National Wax Museum Plus is home to a fantastic collection of wax sculptures, with everything from wacky cartoons, celebrities & more.
EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum
EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum is an interactive experience located in Dublin city centre.
Visit the home of the black stuff.
Christ Church Cathedral
One of Dublin’s two medieval cathedrals, the other being St Patrick’s Cathedral, founded in 1030 Christchurch is the oldest cathedral in the capital city.
Want to escape the City Centre and get away from the hustle and bustle for a day out with the family? Bring the whole family to Tayto Park, a family adventure fun packed park.
Another great Irish Pub is O’Donoghue’s. Known for its great live music and pints of the black stuff. Also known as the spot you would find Irish musicians such as Christy Moore and Dubliners among a few. This pub is not to be missed.
Dating all the way back to 1198 AD The Brazen Head is the oldest pub in Ireland.
Peruke and Periwig
With a great cocktail selection and lavish interior, this is a spot not to be missed in Dublin. Perfect for a wintery evening in Dublin.
Looking for something a little up market? Then try the newly opened 9 Below. It is a restored basement bar and the interior gives the sense of great opulence.
The Long Hall Bar
This is one of Dublin’s classic pubs. It’s famous for its red and white façade and the inside doesn’t disappoint. They serve an excellent pint of Guinness as well.
A popular spot in Dublin’s city centre, it has a mixture of trendy and old school. Drinks are reasonably priced and they serve Tapas for those who are hungry.
Vertigo bar is a contemporary bar located in heart of Dublin’s Docklands.
Murphys Ice Cream
Neon Asian Street Food
Although a little further away than other options, this Asian fusion restaurant is a must. Found on busy Camden street. It is more casual dining but a lot of fun. Don’t forget the ice cream machine in the corner.
If you are looking for a bit of spice try Kathmandu kitchen one evening. They serve Nepalese and Indian cuisine. The restaurant itself has a great colourful atmosphere and the food is authentic and delicious.
If you are looking for something upmarket and Michelin awarded then Chapter one is the one. Serving contemporary Irish cuisine with a French twist for 20 years. Reservations are essential for this restaurant.
Sole Sea food and Grill
If you are looking for great sea food then look no further than Sole.
Bar Italia Ristorante
If you are looking for a traditional Italian restaurant with a modern twist Bar Italia is a must. It has a great selection of Italian dishes and pizza with an extensive wine list.
Located only a 35-minute walk from Clayton Hotel Cardiff Lane.
Looking for classic dining in an atmospheric stylish restaurant? Stir Restaurant in Clayton Hotel Cardiff Lane has what you’re looking for.
National Gallery of Ireland
The National Gallery of Ireland is both impressive for its collection as its architecture. Located near Governmental Buildings in the heart of Dublin City centre.
National Museum of Ireland
The National Museum of Ireland hosts some of the most impressive collections of Irish archaeology in the world.
One of Ireland’s most popular tourist attractions is the Jameson Distillery.
Tours and Activities
Looking to do something different around Dublin and further afield?
You can buy tickets and passes to some of the hottest attractions around here. From the Guinness Storehouse to kayaking through Dublin city centre we have you covered.
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