Located in the heart of Dublin City, the world-famous Trinity College is on our doorstep, and we are the perfect base from which to explore Dublin’s top visitor attractions, including The Guinness Storehouse, Jameson Distillery and EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum. See our top attractions page to see what else you can visit.
Take the opportunity to unlock the treasures and stories of Ireland’s capital city with free self-guided Dublin Discovery Walking Trails.
There are so many great outdoor activities to enjoy in Dublin, including a visit to Dublin Zoo, taking a stroll around one of our beautiful parks – such as St Stephen’s Green and Phoenix Park; or a shopping trip to Dublin’s main shopping areas of Grafton Street and Henry Street. Listen to the street musicians, visit the markets, stop at a café and savour the atmosphere.
The most central four star hotel in Dublin, Trinity City Hotel offers contemporary comfort, friendly service and delicious dining in our Courtyard Restaurant, Brunswick Bar and the outdoor Courtyard Garden and Brunswick Terrace. Our Concierge Team is available daily from 7:00am to 11:00pm, and room service is available 24 hours.
With 262 air-conditioned guest bedrooms at Trinity City Hotel, guests can choose from Classic, Superior, Deluxe and Executive Rooms, or our striking Executive and Georgian Suites. Having recently completed a refurbishment of our Front Lounge and Lobby areas, the Hotel offers stylish, relaxing surrounds for business or leisure. Enjoy our Breakfast in our Courtyard Restaurant, including both a traditional Full Irish Breakfast and continental options.
Old meets new at Trinity City Hotel, where original Georgian features and historically unique buildings mix with stunning art work, adventurous colour schemes and deluxe furnishings.
Trinity City Hotel is steeped in history. Made up, in parts, of original Georgian buildings, a former fire station and featuring a courtyard garden, Trinity City Hotel is an eclectic mix of contemporary comfort.
Situated on Dublin's historically important Pearse Street, the site dates back to Viking times. Today, Trinity City Hotel derives much of its character from the building’s historical past, once home to Tedcastle’s Coal Merchants, the British Army recruiting office and the Dublin Fire Brigade.
Ireland's 1916 Rising hero, Padraig Pearse, was born just doors away and part of the Hotel occupies the garden where Padraig and his brother Willie once worked and played. Trinity City Hotel retains many fascinating Georgian features, including the old shop front of our Number 26 Suite.