Hilton Dublin is located overlooking the Grand Canal in the City Centre. The vibrant Portobello and Camden quarter of the city are right beside us, with an array of great restaurants, cool cafés, fun pubs and quirky shopping. From there, it’s a short stroll to Grafton Street and the bustling and colourful city centre.
As you probably know, Dublin is a very sociable place, and it is always a hive of activity, creativity, friendliness and chat. But it is also a very cultural place with a huge selection of museums, showcasing art, history, literature, the life of the city and so much more.
But this ancient gem by the sea also basks in natural beauty. From walks by the world-famous River Liffey to strolls around its many parks and squares, there is no better place to while away the hours on a relaxing afternoon.
You can also head out beyond the city. From walks on Sandymount Strand, the beach at Dollymount or along any of Dublin’s picturesque piers, you can savour the wonderful Unesco Biosphere of Dublin Bay with its fabulous views. There are also lots of coastal walks, little villages, wide sea views and rugged mountain backdrops.
The stunning Dublin and Wicklow mountains are also close by and perfect for a long walk or hike. You can also go rock-climbing in Dalkey Quarry, walk the cliff path at Howth or join the Dublin hardcore who sea-swim whatever the weather.
In Dublin, there really is an adventure around every corner!