Clarion Hotel Dublin Liffey Valley
Liffey Valley Complex
Phone: (353) 1 6258000
Fax: (353) 1 6258010
Liffey Valley Complex, Dublin, IE, 22
- Phone: (353) 1 6258000
- Fax: (353) 1 6258010
This agency makes traveling through the city an easier task than you could ever imagine, by renting out cars at very reasonable rates. The agency has branches all over the world, so no matter where you decide to go, you know getting around to places won't be a problem! In addition, the low cost and no hidden extras are special features that attract customers to make the best of this facility. The fact that only the well-known international car hire companies are involved in the transaction adds that sense of security!
Besides being a city established on music, arts and the creative spirit, Dublin is not far behind when it comes to sports as well. The Verona Football Club speaks volumes to justify this. Visit this club to check out some of the best sports events in Dublin. The Verona Football Club also functions as a venue to a host of music concerts and other events. Call for additional information.
Hueston Station has six platforms mostly serving destinations south of Dublin. These include Cork, Tralee, Limerick, Waterford, Ballina/Westport, Galway, Kildare and Clonmel. Daily car parking is available.
Providing taxi service for the last 50 years, this company is a veteran in this business. A company which has safety, comfort and efficiency as their motto, a prompt service to its customers is assured. They offer a variety of taxis like saloon, 5 and 6 seater, Executive class, Limousine and even a 20-52 seats' coaches. With such a variety and a big fleet of 1,000 vehicles your choice for the best option on road is just a call away.
Situated close to Dublin city center, Phibsboro Gym is a small but well-organized and busy gym. A host of exercise classes are available from morning to night, including aerobics, step, body sculpting, Aikido, Tai Chi, boxercise and ballet. Weight training is also provided along with an all-important sauna. It is advisable to call and book your class in advance. Classes cost around EUR5 for non-members.
If you want to get in shape and look good, the Iveagh Fitness Club has everything you could possibly need. Situated five minutes from the city center, it is convenient for those staying in most city center hotels. Facilities include a 750-square-meter fitness studio, swimming pool, aerobics studio, beauty salon and a club café. Contact reception for details of membership and class times.
This establishment has been offering tailoring services since 1974 to men and women. You can either choose from the wide array of fabrics that the joint offers or then let the experts decide what's best for you. Apart from making brand new garments and services such as dry-cleaning, alterations and repairs; there are also various other tailoring services available at Bogart. So the next time you want your outfit to really stand out at an occasion, you can head right here!
DNC offers 20 computers with optimum internet access speeds guaranteed. It really scores however with the tasteful, contemporary décor and the provision of ample elbow room to every user. Food is not provided, but customers can bring in freshly prepared munchies from the bakery next door which can be washed down with a free coffee courtesy of DNC's helpful staff. Prices are average, city prices with a 20% student discount. Readily accessible for wheelchairs, and offering all the usual facilites as well as fully supporting computer gaming and housing a retail computer shop, DNC is warmly recommended.
The Irish love their whiskey and food and that is exactly what you will get on a visit to the wonderful city of Dublin. This city is passionate about life and this reflects in their restaurants, bars and hotels and monuments, which are deeply embedded in history. With a mild climate Dublin, is a perfect holiday spot, be it for your honeymoon or a family trip. The best time to visit the city would be during the months of July and August when it is warmer.
The trust works for the promotion of culture among the youth in this particular geographical area by looking after 14 buildings and 4 public spaces and organize events. The redevelopment of Temple Bar as a cultural quarter opened up a number of little spaces in the city center and each has developed its own distinct character. Temple Bar Square is a bustling space with much pedestrian cross-traffic.
Situated in the heart of the city center, the Chester Beatty Library is an art museum and library which houses the great collection of manuscripts, miniature paintings, prints, drawings, rare books and some decorative arts assembled by Sir Alfred Chester Beatty (1875-1968). His collection is now housed in Dublin Castle in a restored 18th century building with a modern purpose-built block attached. The Library was named Irish Museum of the Year and was recently awarded the title European Museum of the Year, a coveted international accolade in the museum world. The Library's exhibitions open a window on the artistic treasures of the great cultures and religions of the world. The rich collection from countries across Asia, the Middle East, North Africa and Europe offers visitors a visual feast. Egyptian papyrus texts, beautifully illuminated copies of the Qur'an, the Bible, European medieval and renaissance manuscripts are among the highlights of the collection. Turkish and Persian miniatures and striking Buddhist paintings are also on display, as are Chinese dragon robes and Japanese woodblock prints. In its diversity, the collection captures much of the richness of human creative expression from about 2700 BC to the present day. Admission is free.
When the Rotunda Hospital opened in 1745, it was the first maternity hospital in the city. Founded by surgeon, Bartholomew Mosse, the hospital takes its name from the great rotunda at its east end. Built by John Ensor as a venue for fund-raising occasions and concerts, Franz Liszt graced its stage in 1843. 62 years later, Sinn Fein was founded here by Arthur Griffiths. The latter's property is now home to the Gate Theatre. Visit the baroque chapel on the first floor. Stuccodore Cramillion, also responsible for the rococo plasterwork, created the wonderful ceiling in 1755. Stop in Conway's pub for a drink after your visit. The same age as the hospital, it has been the firm friend of many anxious fathers-to-be for centuries.