The Clarence Dublin, Ireland

“Famously owned by Bono and The Edge of U2, The Clarence has been transformed into one of Dublin's hippest hotels. Situated on the banks of the Liffey it is perfectly placed for making the most of Dublin's many sights and legendary nightlife. A stylish, good value spot for a city break.”

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“This hotel has not yet been inspected and reviewed by the Hotel Guru but has been recommended by other guides that we respect.”

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Facilities

Satellite / Cable TV
Wifi
Free wifi
Conference facilities
Safe
Parking
Bar
The art deco Octagon Bar serves award winning drinks and cocktails
Internet
Bicycle hire
Concierge
Spa
Relaxation area offering aromatherapy treatments and massages
Restaurant
Cleaver East is overseen by two Michelin starred chefs and offers taster plate style cuisine for sharing
Child friendly
Room service
24 Hour room service
Disabled access
Private Hot Tub
If you book the penthouse suite it comes with private terrace and outdoor hot tub

Activities

Close to nightlife
Two minutes wallk from the lively Temple Bar area
Designer Shopping
Golf
Sights nearby
The hotel is situated in the heart of Dublin's cultural quarter with all major attractions near by

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50 rooms from $144 per night

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Recommended for

City Style

Activities

Close to nightlife
Two minutes wallk from the lively Temple Bar area
Designer Shopping
Golf
Sights nearby
The hotel is situated in the heart of Dublin's cultural quarter with all major attractions near by

Other highlights

Free wifi
Conference facilities
Designer
Townhouse
Spa
Relaxation area offering aromatherapy treatments and massages
Restaurant
Cleaver East is overseen by two Michelin starred chefs and offers taster plate style cuisine for sharing
Riverside
Situated on the banks of the Liffey
Chic
Child friendly
Disabled access
Private Hot Tub
If you book the penthouse suite it comes with private terrace and outdoor hot tub

Hotel size

50 rooms, 5 suites
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