Visitors will find that they are within easy reach of the two main shopping areas of Grafton Street and Henry street where they can indulge in retail therapy with a wide range of shops, boutiques and high street stores. For night-life guests should head to the Temple Bar area of the city where a variety of traditional pubs can be found and many nightclubs. Those who enjoy a tipple may also wish to take a tour of the world-famous Guinness Storehouse where the story of the origins of this global stout. Afterwards, why not head to the Gravity Bar and take in fantastic panoramic 360-degree views of Dublin. Those looking for a little culture will find that Dublin has a rich history of heritage. Sights such as Dublin Castle, Trinity College and Dubh Linn Gardens will provide a welcome retreat from the busy streets whilst providing a fascinating insight into Irish past. Finally for those visiting with children Dublin Zoo is one of the oldest zoos in the world and houses more than 600 animals for fun-filled, family days out.
Dublin Airport is less than a 20-minute drive from the apartments where international flights can be found to destinations that include Amsterdam, Manchester, Rome and Paris. The city also benefits from two railway stations that offer extensive connections throughout Ireland. The Aircoach is easily accessible where a stop is located just a couple of minutes from the property and operates between Ballsbridge, Grand Canal Dock and Dublin Airport on an hourly basis 24 hours a day.