The Look & Experience
The Morrison Hotel which overlooks the River Liffey on Ormond Quay is in an enviable location minutes away from most of Dublin’s impressive sights including the Guinness Storehouse, Dublin Castle, the Phoenix Park, City Hall to name just a few and the city’s popular shopping streets of Grafton Street and Henry Street. Look no further than the Morrison with its Belle Epoque beauty.
Bed & Bath
Guestrooms are sleek and contemporary with big bathrooms
About Your Stay
Centrally located on Ormond Quay on the northside of the Irish capital visitors will be overjoyed by the closeness to all the city’s major sights and attractions. The Quay 14 Bar is the best place to enjoy a cosy drink in spectacular surroundings before dining in style at the Morrison Grill. After dinner get the glad rags on as the hotel is perfect for travellers looking for a good nightclub scene. Breakfast is unparalleled joy where full Irish buffet breakfast is available at Halo. Enjoy breath-taking views of the River Liffey before you go on your City Tour of this fine, fair city. Most of the major city attractions are all within easy access from the hotel so you are sure not to miss a thing.
At the Hotel
Concierge assistance and room service are both available around the clock.
Quay 14 Bar
Live at the Morrison – Live Acts perform each Friday & Saturday in the Quay 14 Bar
Be In the Know
Café en Seine (+353 (0) 1 6774567) is a fantastic choice with all ages for enjoying a social evening out. Located at the trendy and hip Dawson Street, this stylish bar is intoxicating. Enjoy a party atmosphere at Café en Seine, where the food is to die for, the entertainment is magical and the drinks flow until the wee hours of the morning.
After exploring Dublin’s most famous attractions, take a break and pay a visit to Doheny & Nesbitts (+353 (0) 1 676 2945) on Baggot Street. This awesome Dublin bar is one of a kind. Who knows who you might spot here. It is usually frequented by politicians enjoying a wet lunch as the Government Buildings are just around the corner. Founded in 1850, by William Burke even since its foundation by William Burke in 1850, it has been and still is a well-seasoned drinking emporium.
If you are doddering over where to go for a well-deserved glass of Cabernet Sauvignon, a Sparkling Wine or an unbelievable cocktail, No37 Dawson Street (+353 (0) 1 9022908) never disappoints.
Hit Grafton Street, one of Dublin’s best shopping scenes. Hip and trendy boutiques are everywhere to be found as far as the eye can see.
Make your way over to the north side of the city and pay a visit to Ireland’s largest department store – Arnotts (+353 (0) 1 8050400). Founded in 1843, you will find everything from the best fashion brands, quality gifts to spectacular homewares.
Located in the Powerscourt Townhouse, Dublin 2 (+353 (0) 1 6778770) visitors should definitely visit Kennedy & McSharry – Dublin’s oldest gentlemen’s outfitters. From neckwear, shirts, hats and caps; you name it, they stock them.
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