Brimming with culture, creativity and character, Dublin is the feel-good city that’s famed for its warm, welcoming nature, live music and vibrant nightlife. Whether you’re stopping by for business or coming for the craic (fun in Irish), there’s something for everyone amongst the cobbled streets and compelling quarters of the capital.
And we’ve got good news…
Point A Hotel Dublin Parnell Street is now open, our all-new location set in the heart of the action, and only a short stroll from the shops, restaurants and buzzing entertainment of Dublin’s Northside. We can’t wait to welcome you...
After a long, hard day or leisurely evening catching up with friends, nothing quite beats escaping to the clean and cosy comfort of our hotel rooms.
We pride ourselves on our unrivalled locations and unbeatable value, and if you’re wondering how we can offer such amazing prices, it’s simple: we give you everything you need, and nothing you don't. Our light, bright rooms are small but sweet, and include the handy, high-quality essentials you’ll need for the perfect stay, like:
● Comfy beds
● Invigorating power showers
● 43-inch Smart TVs
● Fast, free wifi
Spotted a crease or three? All of our hotels have an ironing room, so you can ensure you look and feel your best at that all-important meeting, overdue catch-up or extra-special occasion.
Everyone knows breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Start the day right with our Breakfast Buffet and take your pick from our selection of pastries including croissants and pain au chocolat, multiple cereals and granola, yogurts and fresh fruit. Your choice of juices, teas and coffees are also included for just €9. The Brekkie will be available every day from 06:30 to 10:30 Monday-Friday & 07:00 to 11:00 on weekends and Bank Holidays.
A Short Stroll and You'll Find...
We have selected our top 4 local hotspots just a short stroll from our Parnell Street location.
Fancy taking in the sights and sounds of the city? From regal Georgian squares and picture-perfect streets to bustling pubs serving pints of ‘the black stuff’, Ireland’s cheery capital is a treasure trove of unforgettable attractions and experiences, brought to life through the friendly faces that know it best.
Read on to discover what to see and do when you stay with us...
Shopping & Markets
If you’re in need of a little retail therapy, you’ll be pleased to read that we’re a stone’s throw away from one of Ireland’s most-popular shopping destinations. Henry Street is just three minutes from our hotel door, and home to beloved high-street brands, department stores and so much more.
George’s Street Arcade
Head across the River Liffey and you’ll discover George’s Street Arcade, a vibrant Victorian indoor market and Europe’s oldest shopping centre. Step inside and explore independent stalls and boutiques selling fashion and accessories, food and even fortune-telling.
Founded in 1768, Hodges Figgis is Ireland’s oldest bookshop; a four-floor literary haven that offers everything from the latest releases and biggest bestsellers to Irish travel, nature, photography and folklore. Find it on 56-58 Dawson Street, just around the corner from College Park.
No visit to Dublin is complete without a trip to the renowned Guinness Storehouse, a seven-storey visitor experience dedicated to the history and heart of the iconic Irish stout. Discover all you need to know about Guinness, followed by a refreshing pint or two overlooking the city.
The Little Museum of Dublin
Recently voted as ‘Dublin’s Best Museum Experience’ by The Irish Times, The Little Museum of Dublin celebrates the city’s past with artefacts and keepsakes generously donated by its people. A unique and captivating portrait of the capital that you won’t want to miss, overlooking the picturesque St. Stephen’s Green.
National Botanic Gardens
Get back to nature at the National Botanic Gardens, located in Glasnevin, County Dublin. Here, experience over 15,000 plant species from different habitats across the globe, and the beautifully restored Great Palm House, winner of the Europa Nostra award for excellence in conservation architecture.
Eat & Drink
With its impeccable menu and faultless reputation, Mr Fox is a relaxed bar and dining room serving delicious, contemporary dishes crafted from the finest local and seasonal produce. Perfect for laidback meals or special occasions… plus, did we mention it’s a four-minute stroll from our hotel?
The Vintage Kitchen
You’ll find this vintage-inspired restaurant in the older part of the city, nestled alongside the famous Mulligan’s pub and moments away from Trinity College. Enjoy the warm and cosy atmosphere, while tucking in seafood risotto, moreish soup and seasonal favourites.
Le Bon Crubeen
Le Bon Crubeen is a casual dining restaurant on Talbot Street in Dublin's South City centre. The restaurant serves Irish dishes with a twist, such as Guinness brown bread and a warming seafood chowder. The menus on offer are a lunch and pre-theatre menu, accompanied by their traditional A la carte to server diners throughout the day.
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