Belvedere Hotel Parnell Square Dublin
Belvedere Hotel Parnell Square is comfortable and welcoming 3 star hotel is excellently situated off Parnell Square, just up from Dublin's historical and recently rejuvenated O Connell Street. It is an ideal base for business or leisure travelers.
offers bright and spacious guest accommodation. Non smoking rooms are available. Rooms have been recently renovated to provide private bathroom, satellite TV, ISDN line, tea and coffee making facilities, hair dryer and iron. Safes are available at reception. The hotel offers room service.
The hotel's Belvedere Bar offers hot food, drinks and cool music. There are many fine restaurants, cafés and bars within easy walking distance of the hotel.
The hotel is situated on Great Denmark Street, just off Parnell Square and is one minute from O'Connell Street. The hotel's position in the heart of the Georgian area of the city makes it the ideal venue from which to visit literary Dulbin with The Gate Theatre, The Hugh Lane Gallery, Writers Museum and The James Joyce Centre all nearby. Some of Ireland's finest stores, cafes, restaurants and world-renowned bars are within easy reach.
Driving directions from Dublin Airport: From the airport, follow signs for Dublin ("An Lár/city center") straight into Drumcondra village which leads to Dorset Street. Turn left at the "Auld Triangle Pub" and continue straight. Take the next right at DID Electrical store (a red sign). Then continue straight through the next set of traffic lights. You will see the Comfort Inn Parnell Square Hotel on your left (red brick building).
Dublin itself is Ireland's largest and most cosmopolitan city. With its many fine buildings, numerous sites of interest and almost tangible sense of history, the city is a fine introduction to Ireland. Bisected by the scenic River Liffey, Dublin has plenty to offer visitors with its beautiful parks, history-rich suburbs and the best in Georgian architecture. It is also a city rich in culture with many theatres, concert halls, galleries and museums to explore. Of course, no visit to Dublin would be complete without a visit to one of the many fine, traditional pubs to sample the true atmosphere of real Ireland and perhaps take in the sounds of a traditional musical session. The city also boasts some of the best shopping facilities in Europe.