Dublin's Very Centrally Located Trinity City Hotel For Optimum Site Seeing

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I’ve been to Dublin several times and stayed at some of the more classic/traditional hotels in the city center, ones that tout themselves as being prime for business travel. Meet the Trinity City Hotel, which I found to be a great option for both business travelers and families (note their family style room below).

Centrally located in the heart of the city, the hotel is adjacent to Trinity College and only a few minutes walk to IFSC, Dublin Convention Center and Silicon Docklands. In addition to being prime for business travelers due to it’s central access to Dublin’s two corporate districts, Grafton Street and Temple Bar are also closeby, which is where all the night life seems to happen in Dublin. The 3Arena (formerly the o2) is also a stone’s throw if you plan to take in a concert and for theatre goers, it’s an easy walk from the hotel to the Bord Gais Energy Theatre.

Below is the Executive Suite.

Below is the Georgian Suite.

An Executive King is shown below.

A family style bedroom – making this an ideal spot to book for families staying in Dublin as well as business travelers.

Below is the Trinity City Restaurant which is also part of the hotel. There’s also a very traditional bar, more brasserie in style.

The incredibly lush yet charming lounge area where guests can sit, which includes a white baby grand piano. Sweet!

Throughout the hotel, there are artistic and colorful details. Take a walk with me.

Details:

Trinity City Hotel

Pearse Street

Dublin, Ireland

Tele: 053.1.648.1000

www.trinitycityhotel.com 

 

Note: I was partially hosted by all opinions expressed are entirely my own.

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