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  • 17 Mar 2019

    A Day out in Dublin

    Written by Ashling Hotel

     

    Dublin is a city you will never find yourself bored in. There’s something to do that will be of interest to everyone from leisure, sports, history, arts and many more. We at the Ashling Hotel have planned a sample guide our guests may choose to follow while they’re visiting Dublin. We’ve outlined a few examples of attractions guests might want to visit while in Dublin, places to eat and experience Dublin’s nightlife.

    Guests should definitely have breakfast with us at the Ashling Hotel. Set yourself up for the day ahead and choose from over 100 breakfast items including nuts, seeds, donuts, fruit, yogurt, gluten free options, full Irish breakfast, and many different cereals

    The National Museum of Ireland is footsteps away from our front door, guests should check the museum out if they’re interested in decorative arts and history, it’s free of charge too. Next, head for the city centre, the Luas tram stops right outside the museum’s front door, hop on for 2 stops and you’re in the city centre.

    We recommend visitors to visit the National Wax Museum, National Leprechaun Museum of Ireland, GPO Witness History Visitor Centre or The National Gallery of Ireland, all located in the heart of the City Centre.

    Once you’re finished exploring the city centre, grab a bite to eat in our Iveagh Bar. Dishes on our menu include chicken wings, burgers, salads and pizzas, something for everyone.

    For the complete Irish experience, check out the Brazen Head pub in the city centre, it’s one of Ireland’s oldest pubs. Without a doubt you should visit Temple Bar. Dublin’s cultural quarter and well known nightlife spot. You’ll find pubs, restaurants, the Temple Bar food market and quirky clothes shops in the district. It’s the ultimate tourist hub in Dublin. You’re guaranteed get a good pint of Irish Guinness in one of the many pubs.

    If the night is going well, why not visit one of Dublin’s famous nightclubs? There are plenty to choose from and most are open 7 days a week. If you’re not in the partying mood, you can come back to the hotel, let us look after you, enjoy a quiet drink in our Iveagh bar or order room service pizza of your choice.

     

    Dublin has so many fun things to do and our front desk team are always on hand with tips and recommendations.

     

    If you would like to be one of the first to hear about our special offers and discounts, browse through our website and up here

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