Dublin its not just a City
It’s been a tough year for everyone, we really feel that now is the time to make a break for it and discover what Dublin has to offer. We are delighted to offer two great new special offer discounts in conjunction with IrelandHotels.com and DiscoverDublinDeals.ie
Enjoy being in the heart of Dublin City and enjoy all its attractions sitting within a short walk from the Hotel. Dublin, with its Georgian elegance, its medieval bustle and its 20th century buzz offers something for all visitors.
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Received 10% off a one night stay with us here at The Address Connolly. This offer can be used on various packages we are offering. We look forward to welcoming you.
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Receive 15% off a two night stay with us here at The Address Connolly. This offer can be used on various packages we are offering. We look forward to welcoming you.
Discover The Grand Canal Docks and the City’s Soul
We are located in the dockland area of dublin which is renowned for its Dublin Basin, the wonderful Bord Gais Energy Theatre, the IFSC Centre, Epic Museum and so many other attractions.
When the Grand Canal Docks were built in 1796, they were cutting edge and the largest docklands in the world. They put Dublin Docklands at the heart of a network that stretched through Ireland and out across the world. Its energy and spirit are fuelled by its global reach.
In this part of Dublin you’ll start to feel the energy of the city’s engine room, the buzz of international trade, the warmth of locals rooted in port life, and the clean salt air of Dublin Bay. Historic landmarks like the elegant dome of The Custom House, the red and white stripes of the twin Poolbeg Chimneys and the huge façade of Boland’s Mill have been joined by striking contemporary designs by world-famous architects, such as Libeskind’s Bord Gáis Energy Theatre with its dramatic curtain of glass, and Calatrava’s soaring Samuel Beckett Bridge. Even better, you may just find you’ve left the tourist trail behind and discovered the city’s soul. You will find the European HQ’s of tech and financial sector giants sitting alongside the wharves and warehouses, and alongside the communities who have
lived and worked here for generations. The Docklands are constantly evolving, as bridges swing open, ships arrive and the skyline is transformed.
Take a look at our Things to Do in Dublin with great tips and ideas on and some suggested itineraries and some of the Top 10 Free ThingsCheck it Out!
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Not just a City
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