The Kildare Street Hotel
Address47-49 Kildare Street DublinSee nearby area
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Description provided by property
At the Kildare Street Hotel, you can expect friendly Irish hospitality in a bustling and exciting atmosphere and a great location. The hotel is ideally located right in the heart of Dublin City Centre and is an ideal base if you want to explore Dublin. Many of Dublin’s popular attractions are within walking distance, with Grafton Street and Trinity College just 2 minutes from the hotel. The Gaiety & Olympia Theatres, the fashionable Temple Bar district, Dublin Castle & the Guinness Storehouse are all located less than a 10 minute walk from the hotel.
The hotel is adjoined to the Blarney Inn Bar & Restaurant, a renowned lively Irish pub, where you can enjoy a traditional Irish meal and a pint of Guinness, in a very authentic atmosphere. The Inn is adjoined to the hotel on the corner of Kildare Street & Leinster Street, with views overlooking Trinity Gardens. The Kildare Street Hotel also has a nightclub on-site nightclub. Club Nassau has been the home of the 80’s & 90's for many years and has entertained generations of Dublin party goers. The Club is open every Saturday night. Admission to Club Nassau is free for guests staying in the hotel.
Check-in from 3pm
If cancelled up to 48 hours before arrival no cancellation charge applies. If cancelled later or in the case of a no-show the first nights accommodation will be charged.
Please not there will be a pre authorisation on all credit cards for all reservations to the value of €10.00 to guarantee the room.
Services & facilities
- Cable TV
- Outdoor Terrace
- 24 Hour Reception
- 24 Hour Security
- Luggage Storage
- Free Internet Access
- Free WiFi
- Internet Access
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