The Dean is where you want to stay in Dublin, luxurious rooms and a fabulous cocktail bar.
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More than a hotel, The Dean is the place to be in the heart of the Irish capital. From the super friendly staff that greet you at reception to the plush pillows to rest your weary head, you’ll find everything you need to make the most of your stay in Dublin.
Whether you choose a dinky Mod Pod for two, or a Punk Bunk for the family or even the Penthouse, you’ll find great touches to make you feel at home. All rooms are individually styled with a distinctly modern look, plus you’ll find large, luxurious beds, power showers, Grafton Barber products and Marshall amps connecting to your gadgets for your own personal disco! For more fun, enjoy Netflix on your TV, plenty of classic vinyl for your own Rega turntable, tasty snacks to munch and so much more. You might never leave your room.
Once you’re ready to see more of the hotel, why not head upstairs to Sophie’s Restaurant and Bar. Enjoy this unusual glasshouse restaurant, with views out over Dublin and up to the sky above, you’ll find this the perfect place for a cocktail or even dinner, as you watch the weather change above you. Breakfast is also served at Sophie’s, with a full Irish available every day to set you up for sightseeing, and delicious Clement and Perkoe coffee to wake you up.
Downstairs, you’ll find The Lobby, pouring craft ales, fizz, draft lager and cocktails. Plus, a guest DJ every Friday and Saturday night. A cosy spot for a good natter to something livelier on the weekend, and if you’re ready feeling in the mood to dance, head to the basement for tunes at the Everleigh.
Outside, take a stroll down to the St Stephen’s Green for some instant green space, or wander over to Trinity College for a guided tour, and exploration of Irish history. There are plenty of museums locally, pubs of course, or head down to River Liffey for watery views.
The Dean is in the heart of the city, in strolling distance of St Stephen’s Green, the National Gallery of Ireland, the National Museum of Ireland and Trinity College.
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