Welcome to the Temple Bar Hotel

Great Accommodation Offers for our US Guests!

The Temple Bar Hotel located in the heart of Dublin’s most sought after district, Temple Bar. Close to all of Dublin’s must-see tourist attractions. it's the perfect base for your Dublin adventure. Stay within walking distance of the most popular attractions, while visiting the Irish Capital.

 Our US guests can avail of an exclusive 20% bed and breakfast offer!

Discover our 4-star rooms

Each of our 136 rooms are cleverly designed so that you have everything you need. With 7 different room types to select from, each featuring bespoke furniture and chic styling.

Most important of all, our rooms are comfortable and inviting, each furnished with a luxury pillow top with super soft memory cushioning, which ensures a good night’s sleep.

All of our rooms include tea & coffee making facilities, bottled water, safes, toiletries & hairdryers so we have you covered.

If you would prefer a quieter room, we can offer you a courtside facing bedroom, subject to availability. Or if you would prefer a larger room, we can offer an upgrade, subject to availability.

 

Location

Exploring Dublin couldn’t be easier. The Temple Bar Hotel is located only minutes away from all of Dublin city’s main attractions and night life. Nearby attractions include Grafton Street and O’Connell Street, shops, museums and famous landmarks including Trinity College, The Guinness Storehouse and The Old Jameson Distillery. With Dublin’s main entertainment venues including the Convention Centre Dublin, The Bord Gais Energy Theatre and the The 3Arena on our doorstep, you couldn’t ask for a better location.

Alternatively if you looking for some down time in the evenings, we have one of Dublin’s most unique American style sports bar, Buskers On The Ball, offering 4 Ping Pong Tables, 7 Pool Tables, 2 American Pool Table & 2 Foo's Ball Tables, plus Dublin's largest indoor video wall showing all major live sports, making Buskers On The Ball the number one sports venue in the city!

Things To Do & See In & Around Temple Bar

RECOMMENDED BY OUR STAFF

 Stephens Green Park on a Sunday Morning 

Take an 8 minute stroll up Grafton Street grab a coffee on the way and stroll around the park. An ideal location just to sit and watch the world go by.

 Little Museum

An 8 minute walk from the hotel. The Little Museum of Dublin is a people's museum of Dublin, situated at 15 St. Stephens Green, Dublin, Ireland. The museum is located in an 18th-century Georgian town house owned by Dublin City Council..

 Explore Mary's Bar

Located on Wicklow Street it is a short walk from the hotel. You get to experience an Irish Country pub right in the heart of Dublin. Make sure to get a toastie! (Toastie is a Toasted Ham, Cheese Sandwich which is a favourite).

Trinity College 

A 5 minute stroll from the Hotel, Trinity College is a must see when visiting Dublin. Book a guided tour on their website or stroll the grounds yourself! 

 The Guiness Storehouse 

Immerse yourself in 7 floors of fun and excitement as you explore the story of Ireland's most iconic beer. Enjoy the panoramic views from the famous Gravity Bar, dive into the history of Guinness in Dublin and experience the unique taste of Guinness. With over 20 million visitors, The Guiness Storehouse is one of Ireland's number one attraction. A must see when in Dublin! Tickets are available from the hotel reception desk. 

 Useful Information When Visiting Dublin, Ireland 

 

U.S Immigration & Customs - what you need to know!

A huge advantage of travelling back to the US from Ireland is that you will pass through U.S. customs and Immigration in either Shannon or Dublin airport before you fly ensuring your arrival home is without delay.

Car Hire companies are located at Dublin Airport and we recommend that you book an automatic car in advance of your arrival. In Ireland we drive on the left hand side, operate speed limits in kilometres and also have 3 pin plugs like the UK.

You should also check roaming charges with your mobile phone provider before travelling to Ireland as roaming charges can add up to be quite costly.

See what Dublin has to offer!
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