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Dublin City on our Doorstep

Explore Dublin City from the comfortable, luxurious surroundings of the Westin Dublin.  Enjoying a privileged and unique location, overlooking Trinity College and Dublin City Centre with shopping, entertainment and many attractions on our doorstep. For business, the Convention Centre Dublin, Dublin Docklands and the International Financial Service Centre are a short walk away.

 

Dublin is a charming, delightful and culture-rich city, with a variety of galleries, museums, and historical attractions to visit.  From Jameson Bow Street to Guinness Storehouse, take the opportunity to visit the homes of these famous Irish brands during your visit to Dublin City.  Pop next door to Trinity College Dublin, Irelands oldest university, home to the Book of Kells and the alma mater of Samuel Beckett and Oscar Wilde. Or simply stroll through the cobbled streets and soak up the vibrant, friendly atmosphere of the city centre.

 

When it comes to dining, Dublin has a wealth of amazing restaurants within a short walk of the hotel, our concierge team would be delighted to assist you with recommendations and reservations.

 

The Westin Dublin is ideally located just a short walk from Grafton Street, home to a variety of international brands as well as Brown Thomas, Ireland’s leading department store.  Contact us directly to arrange a private shopping experience at Brown Thomas.  Take a stroll through the side streets around Grafton Street to explore the Creative Quarter with independent boutiques and bespoke brands.  For Irish crafts, we recommend Kilkenny Shop on Nassau Street, located a short walk through the grounds of Trinity College.

Trinity College Dublin 

 

Irelands oldest university, home to the Book of Kells and the alma mater of Samuel Beckett and Oscar Wilde.

 

College Green, Dublin 2, Ireland

00353 1 896 1000

Trinity College Dublin and the book of kells
Phoenix Park Dublin

Jameson Distillery Bow Street

 

Follow in the footsteps of the founding fathers of Jameson on the only tour of the original Jameson distillery in Dublin.

 

Jameson Distillery Bow Street, Bow Street,

Smithfield Village, Dublin 7
D07 N9VH

 

Teeling Whiskey Distillery

 

Located in the heart of the historic Liberties, this whiskey distillery was the first new distillery in Dublin for over 125 years.

 

Teeling Whiskey, 13 – 17 Newmarket, Dublin 8

00 353 1 531 0888

grafton street dublin
Tigers playing at Dublin Zoo

Grafton Street Shopping

 

Grafton Street meanders by a series of architecturally rich townhouses, with street-level shops, including the famous department store Brown Thomas, twisting and turning, before sloping down to the broad sweep of College Green and the grand entrance to Trinity College Dublin.

 

Grafton Street, Dublin 2, Ireland

Temple Bar

 

Temple Bar is a lively neighbourhood flooded with bars, restaurants, unique boutiques and art galleries.

 

Temple Bar, Dublin 2, Ireland

Temple Bar Dublin
St. Patrick's Cathedral in Dublin

Saint Patrick’s Cathedral

 

St. Patrick’s Cathedral is the largest and tallest church in Ireland, with its spire reaching 43m high. With an impressive nave and choir, St. Patrick’s Cathedral is one of the most visited attractions in Dublin city.

 

Phoenix Park, Dublin 8, Ireland

+353 1 474 8900

National Wax Museum

 

The National Wax Museum is right on the hotel’s doorstep on Westmoreland Street, and guaranteed fun for all the family. Walk through themed rooms and see famous Irish TV characters, such as Father Ted, along with Irish writers, blockbuster film scenes and music personalities.

 

Westmoreland Street, Dublin 2, Ireland

+353 1 671 8373

The National Wax Museum Plus, Dublin
Temple Bar Dublin

Temple Bar

 

Just across the road from the hotel, Temple Bar is a lively neighbourhood flooded with bars, restaurants, unique boutiques and art galleries. These cobblestoned streets are the heart of the city, and amongst the top attractions in Dublin city centre.

 

Temple Bar, Dublin 2, Ireland

 

Dublin Castle

 

Dublin Castle is nowadays a government building, mostly used to host ceremonies or state visits, having welcomed figures like J. F. Kennedy, Nelson Mandela or Queen Elizabeth II. Its original origins date as far as the 13th Century, having served as a medieval castle and seat of the British government’s administration until 1922.

 

Dame Street, Dublin 2, Ireland

+353 1 645 8813

 

Dublin Castle
Group of friends walking over Ha'Penny Bridge, Dublin

Ha’penny Bridge

 

The Ha’penny bridge’s name derived from the term ‘half penny’, as this was the charge applied to cross it. Still used everyday by thousands of pedestrians to cross the Liffey river, this is one of the most photographed bridges in the city.

 

Bachelor’s Walk, Temple Bar, Dublin 2, Ireland

Kilkenny Shop

 

Kilkenny Shop is a staple store for Irish design and quality products. This would be a great location to browse Irish fashion and beauty brands, jewellery and homeware, just a 5 minutes’ walk from the hotel.

 

Nassau Street, Dublin 2, Ireland

+353 1 677 7066

 

 

Kilkenny Shop Dublin
kilmainham gaol

Kilmainham Gaol

 

Kilmainham Gaol is a former prison and a landmark to Irish history. Discover the important personalities who were held prisoners here and their impact on the 1916 Easter Rising. This impressive building was first built in the 18th Century, and operated as a prison until 1924.

 

Inchicore, Dublin 8, Ireland

+353 1 453 5984

 

Bord Gáis Energy Theatre

 

The Bord Gáis Energy Theatre is one of the most popular theatre venues in Dublin city, located in the Docklands, only a 15 minute walk from the Westin Dublin.

Opened in 2010, the Bord Gáis Energy Theatre welcomes a variety of shows every year, from worldwide famous musicals, to musical performances and plays.

 

Grand Canal Square, Docklands, Dublin, Ireland

+353 1 677 7999

 

Bord Gais Energy Theatre Dublin

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