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The stylish four-star Trinity City Hotel is located right in Dublin city centre, behind Trinity College Dublin, with all the buzz of the shopping and entertainment areas, and just a short walk from the IFSC and Docklands areas for business. It's well set up for business travellers, with everything from meeting rooms to laptop safes and work desks in rooms, while the leisure traveller will love how near it is to museums, nightlife and theatres, plus the stylish cocktail bar and Courtyard Restaurant. Part of the hotel is set in original Georgian buildings from the early 1800s, while another section was a former fire station, and the hotel perfectly blends all of these elements, from period features through to up- to-the-minute contemporary design.

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Being able to step out of the front door and right into the buzz of Dublin city centre, without having to take public transport, is a treat.

The world famous Trinity College is a 5-minute walk away, and the National Gallery just 10.
By plane: there are direct flights to Dublin Airport from Manchester (1 hour), Birmingham (1 hour 5 minutes) and London (1 hour 15 minutes). The hotel is a 30-minute drive from the airport.

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Style & Character

Someone visiting for a short break who wants a vibrant, buzzing hotel near shopping, nightlife and business areas, will love this place. We love the beautiful elegant design in the lobby with plush sofas and gilt mirrors leading to the bar area, a reference to the hotel's Georgian heritage.

Service & Facilities

A highlight is the beautiful private dining suite in the old Georgian part of the hotel, with original features and plush period-style décor.

  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Gardens
  • Free Wi-Fi


The Georgian Suites are in buildings which date from the 1800s, with period-style furniture and décor and each suite has a lounge area. We love the rooms in the old fire station part of the hotel, with high ceilings, exposed brick walls and sleigh beds.

Classic, Superior, Deluxe, Executive, Family & Triple Room, Georgian and Executive Suites
Facilities include: ensuite with bath, The Handmade Soap Company toiletries, free Wi-Fi, tea and coffee-making facilities

Food & Drink

We love having breakfast al fresco in the outdoor section of the Courtyard Restaurant, and cocktails in the stylish Brunswick Bar. The seabass with crab, lobster and seasonal greens is a hit. Also, each dish comes with a recommended wine pairing on the menu, which is very useful.

Coutyard Restaurant: modern Irish and European favourites. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Mains from €13.50.
Brunswick Bar & Lounge: relaxed, old-world charm. Open for lunch and dinner. Cocktails from €12.00.

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