Boutique Hotels in the Grafton Street area

If you are looking for accommodation close to Dublin’s famous Grafton Street that offers something different then check out these great boutique hotels in the Grafton Street area.

The Drury Court Hotel is a modern boutique hotel that is just a two minute walk from Grafton Street. The superb location of the 3 star hotel allows you to be at the centre of everything in the city as it is close to all main sites and attractions. The excellent standard of accommodation ensures you will have a relaxed and comfortable stay in the centre of Dublin. For food, drink and for night time entertainment Bia Bar at the Drury Court Hotel offers a great afternoon and evening menu and the stylish bar is the perfect place for a cocktail or two.

Brooks Hotel is a 4 star hotel located on Drury Street, just a few minutes’ walk from Grafton Street. This luxury hotel provides excellent accommodation at great value. Francesca’s restaurant at the Brooks Hotel features the best of Irish and international cuisine using the finest Irish produce prepared by the hotel’s award winning chef. The Jasmine Bar is a stylish bar that is a great meeting place where you can relax with a coffee or enjoy a cocktail before or after dinner. This stylish hotel also features a fitness centre and of course if you are looking to exercise St. Stephen’s Green is a beautiful location for a brisk walk or run.

The Trinity Lodge Hotel Dublin offers contemporary accommodation in the hotel that is comprised of three historic Georgian townhouses. The boutique hotel is located just a short walk from Grafton Street and Trinity College. For breakfast a continental breakfast is delivered to your room each morning. Bite restaurant is located in the Trinity Lodge with delicious lunch and dinner menus offering ‘Uptown Food with a Downtown Vibe’. The Trinity Lodge offers something different from many other hotels with its excellent contemporary accommodation housed in a beautiful eighteenth century building.

These boutique hotels offer visitors to Dublin a unique experience in beautiful accommodation at a reasonable cost, the superbly located hotels are just minutes from Grafton Street and all of the city’s top attractions and landmarks.

Laura Finn

 

 

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About Grafton Street

Grafton Street was named after Henry FitzRoy, The 1st Duke of Grafton, he was the illegitimate son of Charles II of England who owned land in the area and was developed from a country lane by the Dawson family in 1708, after whom the parallel Dawson Street is named.

Grafton Street runs from the top of St. Stephen's Green to (Trinity) College Green.