The question is often asked, “What is the U2 Hotel Dublin”?
The answer is that it is The Clarence Hotel on Wellington Quay in Dublin City Centre.
This old hotel (built in 1852) was bought by U2 members Bono and The Edge in 1992 and it was refurbished and upgrade over the next few years.
It is now a modern 4 star hotel.
The Clarence is a favourite of rock n’ roll bands and music industry people but it is also a serious leisure and business hotel with conference facilities, meeting rooms and reception facilities.
Rooms at The Clarence Hotel
This boutique hotel has 50 rooms offers with super king-size beds with cotton linens. Rooms are en suite and have high speed Wifi, flat screen TV with multi channel, tea/coffee making facilities, a mini bar and more.
The rooms are individually designed and feature designer furniture, oak floors with limestone flooring in the bathrooms.
The room types available are Standard Double Room, Deluxe King Room, Deluxe Double Room with Balcony, Junior Suite and Twin Room.
Food and Drink
Cleaver East is the hotel’s main restaurant and is open for breakfast, brunch, “Not Afternoon Tea” – a variation on the classic Afternoon Tea and Dinner. A La Carte menu featuring Beef Cuts @ Cleaver East, or a 6 Course Tasting Menu are among the many fine dishes on offer.
The Bison Bar & BBQ and Whiskey Bar is an authentic Texan BBQ on Wellington Quay.
The Octagon Bar at The Clarence is a stunning location for gatherings with drinks and cocktails and a bar menu from Cleaver East
The hotel has a Therapy area offering massages and aromatherapy treatments.
Click on the images for more views of The Clarence Hotel:
The Clarence, often referred to at U2 Hotel Dublin, is located beside Dublin’s Temple Bar Districtand is within a few minutes walk of the city centre main shopping districts on O’Connell Street, Grafton Street and Henry Street. Trinity College and Dublin Castle are less than 10 minutes’ walk from the hotel.
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