Experience Dublin

 

Dublin’s diverse city has so much to offer whether it’s roaming Dublin’s busiest shopping destination Grafton Street or discovering the history of Trinity College and the book of Kells. The Mont are right in the heart of the city, you are spoiled for choice with a variety of activity’s to suit every age and personality, from Whiskey tasting to food trails around Dublin city to exploring the history of Dublin castle. The Mont is the perfect hub to explore the city from.

Grafton Street

Grafton Street is Ireland’s world famous shopping districts. Connecting from St Stephens green to the historic Trinity College.

Grafton Street is steeped in culture and history of Dublin City, designer outlets and iconic buildings which house some of Ireland’s popular shops such as Brown Thomas and Bewley’s. Grafton Street gives every guest a unique experience such as the buskers showcasing their musical talents which has been the start to many Irish musicians such as Bono for U2

The Mont is located with just a 10 minute scenic walk to Grafton Street.

 

Merrion Square

Located at the heart of Georgian Dublin, Merrion Square is a cultural oasis which allows guest to fully immerse themselves in historical Dublin while only being a short stroll away from the iconic shopping and stores of Grafton Street. Take in the sights of the city and then unwind in one of the most picturesque parks of the Irish capital before you retreat back to the comfort of your hotel room.

Guinness Storehouse

Ireland is famously known as the ‘home of the black stuff’. Guinness Storehouse is Ireland #1 tourist attraction. On the Storehouse tour you are guided along the rich history of Arthur Guinness the creator of the world famous Guinness. Explore the tasting rooms, view the famous cycling fish and finally enjoy a pint of Guinness looking over the beautiful city of Dublin with the 360 panoramic view in the gravity bar.

Oscar Wilde

Oscar Wilde was a famous Irish writer and poet. The Mont is located on the same square as the famous writer’s childhood home. Merion square is also the location of the 3 Oscar Wilde statues created by Danny Osborne. You can no longer visit Oscar Wilde’s house but it is well worth a visit stopping by the square as it is a perfect example of Dublin’s Georgian architecture.

Trinity College

Dublin is home to Ireland’s oldest and most prestigious university, Trinity College. Trinity College is steeped in history as many of the buildings date back to the 18th century it also houses historic book of kells.  All our Merrion square hotels are a less than a 10min walk to Trinity College gates. Explore Trinity College cobblestone grounds independently or you can also take a tour visit here for more details, www.tcd.ie