03:00 4 May 2022

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Introducing DUBL!N ONE

If you're a creative, social spirit, you're going to absolutely love the city's brand new hotel, DUBL!N ONE.

It has everything from a beautiful restaurant to dine in, to the cosiest rooms to snuggle up in after a night on the town.

Unique, stimulating stays

DUBL!N ONE offers unique, stimulating stays for guests who are hungry for more.

They've got cosy rooms, great coffee, and a courtyard to soak up some culture in the heart of one of Dublin’s most creative neighbourhoods.

And they've brought with them a brand new dining experience, Botanical, where you can try new flavours, scents and textures.


Botanical offers guests an eclectic and vibrant experience.

Sample a unique range of menus, taste irresistible cocktails, all served in a decadent surrounding.

On the corner of Dorset Street and North Circular Road, DUBL!N ONE is a real hub for creative types.


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The neighbourhood

The area is brimming with artisanal cafés, pop-up galleries, and local eateries.

Explore DUBL!N ONE's Neighbourhood Guide of where to dine, drink, shop, experience live music, and sport, through the lens of the local vanguards that shape it.

And if you're in need of a well-earned break, looking to unwind after work, or are simply gearing up for the big game, make sure to visit the Big Tree pub right next door.

The Big Tree 

Established in 1543, the Big Tree pub is one of the oldest pubs in the city of Dublin.

Located on Dorset Street, it's close to Dublin City’s main O’Connell Street, and it's just a 5-minute walk from Croke Park Stadium so you can enjoy the match with a perfectly poured pint.

They also do hearty homemade meals!


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As if that wasn't enough, there's also live modern Irish music each Friday, Saturday, and Bank Holiday Sundays from 9:30pm – 11:30pm.

Want to know more? Visit the DUBL!N ONE website here.

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