Agent Tools & Info - UK & Ireland - Ireland
Everything you need to sell more of the United Kingdom.
Key Travel Periods - July & September
Key Booking Period - January & October
Avg Length of Stay - varies. Length of stay in Dublin is usually 3 nights
Average Lead Time for bookings - 156 days, but range between 124-176 days
Top Selling Hotels - Dublin
Fleet Streets (V) - Located on the quieter end of Temple Bar, but still close to the action. Great location for shoppers – situated between Grafton and O’Connell stress, Dublin’s 2 main high streets. Recently undergone a major refurbishment.
Brooks Hotel (P) - Great pick for anyone wanting to catch a show at the Bord Gais Energy Theatre.
Conrad Dublin (I) - Located at the heart of the city, standing opposite the gardens of St Stephen's Green and overlooking the majestic National Concert Hall. Heavily inspired and influenced by Dublin's rich literary culture and heritage.
INSIDER'S TIPS FOR DUBLIN
Grafton Street is the country’s foremost shopping street and is a pedestrian-only zone lined with dozens of retailers, buskers, flower-sellers, and restaurants.
The Brazen Head is Ireland's oldest pub, dating back to 1198. It's in Lower Bridge Street and is well worth a visit for both its historic value and its reputation as one of Dublin's best Irish music venues. Traditional music sessions are on Monday to Thursday nights, and contemporary music sessions are Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
Temple Bar is great for tourists and getting the 'typical' Irish pub feel, but the more hip local bars are around George’s Street.
If you're in Dublin at Christmas, one of the city's oldest Christmas scenes is The Moving Crib at Saint Martin Apostolate on Parnell Square. The unique display of antique statues has been part of Dublin's Christmas for 62 years, and entry is free. Situated in the basement of the Georgian building, the display also includes other entertaining stories such as Noah's Ark.