Striking, contemporary and enviably located, this hotel is a 10-minute stroll to the renowned shopping on Grafton Street and the lively Temple Bar district. Avant Garde interiors carry through to uniquely styled rooms enveloped in rich textures and featuring walnut timber furnishings and intriguing artwork, while lavish Georgian suites further spoil with king sleigh beds, Jacuzzis and city views. Culinary delights await at the eclectic open-plan Cafe Cairo and drinks can be enjoyed in the lounge or at the chic Cairo Bar.
Why we recommend the Trinity City Hotel
- Set in a Georgian townhouse
- Lavish rooms with rich decor
- Suites with king-size beds and Jacuzzis
- Near Temple Bar nightlife
- Onsite dining at Cafe Cairo and Cairo Bar
Attractions near the Trinity City Hotel
Find your pot of gold
Just a short walk from the hotel is the National Leprechaun Museum, a slightly unusual, but fun way to spend an afternoon in Dublin. As you make your way to the Museum, you could be forgiven for forgetting that Ireland is steeped in history and tradition. But look past the modern shops and restaurants and you can easily uncover the fairy tales that have entertained families for generations.
Entering this museum brings you up close to the mythical little fellows, with exhibitions telling of the origins of leprechauns, potential sightings, myths, legends and a lot more. A really entertaining and at times silly experience, the tour runs for less than an hour and is an excellent activity for the whole family.
Buildings, boulevards and bridges
The charming design, period features and interior styling of the hotel may give you a thirst for the architecture of the city, and there’s no better way to find out more than to take an architecture tour of Dublin
Lead by qualified architects with a passion for Dublin’s history and the modern buildings that rose up during the rapid development of the Celtic Tiger, the tour winds through the Georgian streets with their picturesque townhouses, cobbled medieval quarters, market squares and the modern Docklands. Guides blend their professional knowledge with exciting storytelling and historical tales to create an entertaining experience.
|Laundry service||Wheel chair access in hotel|
|Swimming pool||Health club or gym|
|Day spa||Parking cost applicable|
|Minibar (some rooms)||Television|
|Refrigerator||Internet wireless fee|
|Internet (wireless)||Cable TV|
|Iron and ironing board||In room safe|
|Tea and coffee making facilities||Internet (common wireless)|
|Internet common wireless fee||Non-smoking|