The Kildare Street Hotel Dublin is set in five adjoining Georgian townhouses in a really good location in the heart of Dublin city centre within minutes walking distance of many of the city’s most popular attractions.
This is a well established hotel with a great reputation for traditional Irish hospitality. It has operated as a hotel since the middle of the 19th century. It retains its old world charm, but has all the amenities you would expect from a modern hotel and has its own restaurant, bar and nightclub.
This is one of the best budget hotels in Dublin City Centre.
Rooms at The Kildare Street Hotel Dublin
There are 35 well furnished rooms at The Kildare Street Hotel including including, single, double, twin, triple & family rooms. Each room has tea/coffee making facilities, a hairdryer and free toiletries. Free internet Wi-Fi is available in the rooms and in all the hotel’s public areas.
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Wine and Dine
The Blarney Bar & Restaurant adjoins the hotel on the corner of Kildare Street & Leinster Street, and is a popular place to enjoy a traditional Irish Meal or a drink. Guests at the hotel can choose from a variety of breakfasts including Full Irish Breakfast, Mini Breakfast or a Vegetarian Breakfast.
Club Nassau is the hotel’s nightclub which specializes in 80s and 90s music on Saturday night. It is a great Party Destination.
The Dáil (The Irish Parliament), The National Museum of Ireland and the National Library are on this street. Within 5 minutes walk are St. Stephens Green, Grafton Street, Trinity College, The Gaeity Theatre, The Mansion House, St Ann’s Church, The National Library and The College of Surgeons.
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