A superb base to explore Dublin’s numerous attractions, and Ireland’s legendary tourist venues outside the city. These 2 bedroom suites offer FREE WI-FI, flat screen TV, fully fitted kitchen, washer/dryer, microwave, fridge, dishwasher and reception desk both the Ballsbridge property, and its sister on Leeson Street pride themselves on the friendliness and efficiency of their reception staff, who will assist with your every inquiry with true, Irish ‘craic’.
Dublin the capital of Ireland is famous for its easy going charm and cultural heritage. Dublin is also the capital of The Craic (pronounce ‘crack’), the art of life. Famous Dublin sons such as writers Oscar Wilde, James Joyce and Jonathan Swift had it, playwright Samuel Beckett had it, and so have more contemporary cultural ambassadors such as U2. The city is steeped in rich history, starting with the Vikings laying its first streets. Through the centuries, The Craic and an unruly artistic streak have helped shape Dublin into what it is now: A vibrant capital that moves at an easy going pace.
As a city, Dublin’s character is firmly shaped by its people. Dubliners are a friendly and mildly inquisitive lot. Rarely will you venture into a pub without somebody standing near you striking up a conversation. If you ever find yourself lost, ask somebody and more than likely you’ll be greeted with a little friendly chat.
With three of Ireland’s largest universities in town, Dublin is a very young city. Part of Dublin’s charm is that all ages and all walks of life mix together. Particularly at night time, this mix makes for a lively and welcoming atmosphere in Dublin’s myriad pubs, bars, restaurants, clubs and concert venues.
Other places of interest are Guinness Storehouse, Trinity College where the renowned Celtic art masterpiece, the illustrated Book of Kells is on display, Dublin Castle and many museums. There are many things to go in Dublin by night as well, theater, restaurant and Irish singing bars just to name a few.