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THE HIGHLIGHTS
A trendy spot on Dublin's north quays, with a pub, two restaurants and a large gym with a relaxation pool. There are pod-style rooms in the modern side of the hotel, or older style rooms in the Georgian townhouse side.

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THE LOCATION

In the north docklands area of Dublin, the hotel is on North Wall Quay on the River Liffey. It's around a 25-minute walk to the city centre.

It's an ideal location for visiting the IFSC (International Financial Services Centre), 3 Arena and Dublin Convention Centre.

By plane: Manchester, Birmingham or London to Dublin takes around an hour, after which, it's a 15-minute drive to the hotel. Paid on-site and nearby parking available. Book flights to Dublin.

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CHARACTER & STYLE

Rooms and public areas are split between the red-brick Georgian townhouse and the modern extension which was built into an old docklands warehouse - expect a lot of glass and steel. The rooftop reastaurant overlooks the River Liffey. Overall, there's a fun, trendy vibe.

THE FACILITIES

There are plenty of facilities, including three dining venues (the rooftop steakhouse, an all-day restaurant and an Irish pub), a barbershop and a huge gym, with spin studio, sauna and steam room. Guests can join a range of classes.

  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Terrace
  • Swimming pool
  • Gym
  • Free Wi-Fi

Rooms

Rooms are split between the townhouse and main modern building. Rooms in the townhouse have original features (sash windows, high ceilings), while the modern rooms are pod-style but full of amenities. Some rooms overlook the River Liffey.

Room types: Warehouse Cosy, Warehouse Super, Townhouse Super, Warehouse Suite, Townhouse Suite, Warehouse Penthouse Suite

Key amenities: ensuite bathroom with toiletries, hairdryer, Nespresso machine, Mayson munchie tray, TV, free Wi-Fi

Food & Drink

Feast upon steaks and seafood at Ryleigh's. We loved the seabass with peas, pancetta and dill butter sauce. For casual dining, head to Elephant & Castle - the same menu is served at The Bottle Boy Pub where you can hide away in a cosy snug.

Ryleigh's: rooftop steakhouse, open daily, all-day dining and weekend brunch.

Elephant & Castle: casual dining, comfort food, open daily from 12pm.

The Bottle Boy: cosy pub, open daily from 12pm.

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