Residing at the rear of Trinity College, guests are spoilt for choice in this location. An easy stroll leads to O’Connell Street, St Stephen’s Green, Grafton Street lined with boutiques, street vendors and cafes, and the always-jumping Temple Bar brimming with funky shops, bars and restaurants. The hotel’s modestly furnished rooms are complemented by the hotel’s fitness room, for those wishing to maintain their fitness routine, and the Pearse Brasserie Carvery serving up tasty treats for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Why we recommend The Pearse Hotel
- Charming hotel in prestigious location
- Near Dublin's major shopping streets
- Brasserie with traditional carvery
- Close to Temple Bar nightlife
- Well-equipped fitness centre
Attractions near The Pearse Hotel
Dublin’s haunted history
For a different perspective of this iconic Irish city, try a tour of Dublin’s ghostly history. The best way to trace the trail of the city’s haunted past is with an organised tour such as the Dublin Ghostbus Tour. The company really gets you in the mood for an evening of thrills with a ride on their unique bus decked out with a Gothic interior.
You can visit spooky sites such as the St Patrick’s Cathedral graveyard to try to catch a glimpse of the Lady in White, and the 12th-Century St Audeon’s Church where the ghost of Darkey Kelly is said to roam.
Getting hands-on with science
If you take a seven-minute stroll from the hotel, you can find a world where science and art collide. The Science Gallery Dublin invites you to wander through its rooms in amazement for hours, thanks to its ever-changing exhibitions. Feel free to get involved in a world-first initiative where you can have your say on scientific issues in a passionate debate. For some hands-on fun, visit the Makeshop, which houses a collaborative work space where you can try a variety of activities such as origami, 3D printing and DIY robotics.
The Science Gallery Dublin is ranked among the top 10 free cultural attractions in Ireland, and is great for those travelling with children. There’s a cafe onsite where you can rest and relax between checking out the exhibitions.
|Laundry service||Wheel chair access in hotel|
|Swimming pool||Swimming pool|
|Health club or gym||Day spa|
|Parking||Parking cost applicable|
|Minibar (some rooms)||Television|
|Internet (wireless)||Cable TV|
|Iron and ironing board||Room service|
|Telephone||Tea and coffee making facilities|
|Internet (common wireless)||Non-smoking|