The Portobello's history dates back to the building of the Grand Canal which was to link East and West of Ireland. Before the advent of roads and highways, the Canal was the prime mover of goods through the country with Portobello Harbour a major port for the barges. Extensively renovated and expanded the premises move towards the new millennium. South Richmond Street, Dublin 2
The stunning four star Red Cow Moran Hotel, Dublin, is recognized as the most conveniently located hotel and events venue in Ireland. It is situated at the Red Cow Intersection, which is the gateway to Ireland's provinces.
The Ripley Court Hotel is an ideal location for your conference or meeting. Conference and Meeting Rooms are available from small private meeting rooms to conference venues catering for up to 250 people. We provide all the latest audio-visual and secretarial support necessary to make your conference successful.
Ripley Court Hotel a new 3 star Dublin city center based hotel. The Ripley Court Dublin City Centre Hotel ideal for the International Financial Services Centre (IFSC) and it is conveniently adjacent to Connolly Railway Station and the Dublin Area Rapid Transit (DART) system for easy travel north and south of the city. 37 Talbot Street, Dublin 1
The Royal Marine Hotel in Dun Laoghaire, Dublin, will be made only more memorable by the different experiences we have on offer with our delectable bars & restaurants. Dun Laoghaire, a thriving commercial centre, which has the advantage of being beside the sea offering magnificent coastal views. Within 15 minutes you can be in Dublin City by DART.
Sandymount Hotel is in Dublin 4, next to Aviva Stadium and close to the city centre and main entertainment venues. Facilities include 168 stylish bedrooms, complimentary parking & WiFi, 9 conference & meeting rooms, bar and restaurant. Herbert Road, Lansdowne Road, Sandymount, Dublin 4
The Schoolhouse Hotel, which is designed to four star international standards retains many of the original features of the former St. Stephens Parochial School, built in 1861, and is the result of a sensitive restoration of a building which is steeped in Dublin history.