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Location

How close?

One minute walk to Grafton Street, St Stephens Green and South William Street
Five Minute Walk to Trinity College
20 minute walk to the Convention Centre / IFSC Area
Just a short stroll to Dublin’s most famous landmarks
25 minute to Sandyford Industrial Estate / Central Park via Luas

Transport me…

Dublin Airport 17 km
Nearest Luas/Tram Station - St Stephens Green 100meters
Closest Train Stations Connolly 2.6km, Heuston 2.9km
Bus Stop 100meters
City Bikes Station 100meters

Live Dublin

Walking may just be the best way to see all this beautiful city has to offer. Marlin Hotel Dublin is in walking distance of all the main shopping districts including Grafton Street, South William Street, Dame Street and O’Connell Street. Just around the corner is George’s Street, filled with beautiful architecture and history.
The financial district is a 20 minute walk away or you can hop on the Luas and be dropped to the door. 

Eat

What to do? So many choices nearby. Choose famous Shanahan’s Steakhouse, set in an elegant Georgian building. Italy calls with a light burrata dish in the authentic Café Amora. Fresh dumplings tempt in the city’s newest hotspot The Lucky Tortoise. Wine and dine in Feast, recently Michelin starred. Named for the nearby Whitefriar Church, our neighbors Bow Lane Grill serve one of our city’s best brunches.

Mix

Where to begin? Dublin is home to some of the most magnificent bars in the world, enjoy a cocktail at Bow Lane, a perfect pint of Guinness in the Long Hall, a friendly welcome at the landmark bar or a glass of wine in La Cave or even a coffee and brunch in the Coffee Network. Soak up the atmosphere Dublin delivers with your perfect tipple.

Explore beyond…

If finding out ‘how it‘s all made’ is your thing, take the short walk to ‘The Liberties’— where whiskey production was born in Dublin. Independents like Teelings Whiskey Distillery and Dublin Whiskey Distillery offer premium tours and tastings. Steeped in History, once the Industrial Hub of Dublin, it played a major role in Dublin’s brewing, tanning and crafts over the years.

Talk

When you’re here, why not talk to us for some pointers on the different Dublins you can experience (there’s nothing quite like some insider knowledge).