Ireland's lively capital is renowned for its historic buildings, literary heritage, affable locals and above all, the pubs, which can be found on virtually every corner of Dublin. Located on the water, the city is also home to fine seafood restaurants and stylish hotels, making Dublin one of Europe's most pleasurable cities for a weekend break or a longer visit.
With its compact centre, it's just a short meander from most accommodation to Dublin's historic attractions such as Dublin Castle, the magnificent Christ Church Cathedral with its Gothic buttresses and medieval crypt, or Trinity College, home to the 9th century illuminated manuscript, the Book of Kells.
A stay at Marriott’s Dublin hotel wouldn't be complete without sampling some local beer or whisky in one of the city's 1,000 pubs, many of which host traditional Irish music nights. Learn about Ireland's most famous brew at the Guinness Storehouse, or take a whisky tour at the Old Jameson Distillery.
Escape the bustle of the city with a stroll through one of its myriad parks. Our hotel in Dublin borders St Stephen's Green, famous for its Victorian gardens and summer lunchtime concerts. The grotto and cascades of nearby Iveagh Gardens are also idyllic retreats.