Welcome To Temple Bar Hotel
Right in the Heart of Dublin City
There are 4 star luxury boutique hotels, and then there is The Temple Bar Hotel located in the very heart of Temple Bar Dublin. It is an icon of contemporary design, bringing together a boutique feel and charming hotel service. We guarantee you a great stay in our newly refurbished hotel.
The Temple Bar hotel is minutes away from Grafton Street, Henry Street and Dublin’s main thoroughfare O`Connell Street and centrally located to Trinity College, museums, the Famous Guinness Storehouse and Jameson Distillery. The choice of restaurants and bars is on our doorstep including our own Buskers Bar which has live music 7 nights a week. If you are looking to catch up with friends or enjoy a drink in a relaxing bar we suggest you try our newest restaurant and bar Toast.
Business or Pleasure …… The Temple Bar Hotel is within walking distance to The Convention Centre, IFSC, 3 Arena, The Docklands and the BordGais Theatre and sporting fans appreciate our convenient location to The Aviva Stadium & Croke Park, also walking distance.
Temple Bar is a vibrant and energetic area of Dublin city centre and staying at Temple Bar Hotel allows you to enjoy all that this cultural and entertainment quarter has to offer. See our special offers page for great hotel deals and city breaks.
We now have gift vouchers available, why not treat the one you love to afternoon tea?
Or perhaps an overnight stay in Dublin's most centrally located hotel? Call 01-6773333 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to purchase a voucher. We can post these vouchers upon request for no extra charge.
The main action is concentrated in and around the two most central neighbourhoods of Temple Bar and St Stephen's Green. The former, a maze of tiny cobbled streets and busy thoroughfares, has the largest concentration of bars, restaurants, night spots and trendy shops. It is also home to the city's two major cathedrals, St Patrick's and Christ Church.
But somehow, it copes admirably well with its personality clash of holiness and consumerism. While the idea of awe-inspiring monuments to Christianity and raucous parties of staggering stags existing side by side may have caused friction among the locals, it seems to go almost without a hitch as far as visitors are concerned. The rule of thumb is simple: if you want to raise hell, hit the pubs and clubs of Temple Bar after dark; if it's heaven you're interested in, stick to the cathedrals.