Harrington Hall Hotel       
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Harrington Hall is centrally located with one of Dublin's most fashionable addresses. It is situated on Harcourt St. off the south west corner of St. Stephen's Green. It is on the LUAS (tram system) line which services from Grafton Street (one stop) to the north and to the Green Line Sandyford in the South. Grafton Street and its surrounds would arguably be Ireland's most exclusive shopping district. Temple Bar and all Dublin's major attractions are all within walking distance of the hotel.

Twin Room

Maximum Occupancy: 2 people

Double Room

Maximum Occupancy: 2 people

Suite

Maximum Occupancy: 5 people

 
 

All of the rooms are ensuite with multi channel TV, direct dial telephone, tea / coffee making facilities and hair dryers. In addition are equipped with either an iron and ironing board or a garment press.
Our rooms type combination is one of the most flexible in the city.

Reading Room
Air Conditioning
Safe Deposit Box
Laundry
Parking Facilities
Family Rooms
24hr Services
Room Services
Snack Bar
Private Parking
Fax/Photocopying
Lobby
Tour Desk
Breakfast in the Room
Meeting/Banquet Facilities
Lift / Elevator
Dry Cleaning
Car Hire
Luggage Storage
Newspapers
Ironing Service
Heating
Trouser Press
Restaurant (buffet)
Wi-Fi Free
Parking
 
 
 
 

The name Dublin is an Anglicism of Dubh Linn (Irish, meaning of "black pool"). The city's name in Modern Irish is Baile Átha Cliath that means "The Town of the Ford of the Reed Hurdles" actually refers to the settlement, founded in 988 by High King Mael Sechnaill II, which adjoined the town of Dubh Linn proper, at the Black Pool.
The city of Dublin was originally founded as a center for the Viking slave trade, it has been Ireland's capital city since medieval times. In the wake of a remarkable economic boom, Dublin's landscape has changed immeasurably over the past decade. These days the city ranks among the top tourist destinations in Europe, and this vibrant city hums with a palpable sense that it is creating a new cultural heritage.
Dublin is a major cultural center in Ireland, and the origin of many prominent artists and writers such as James Joyce, Oscar Wilde, Samuel Beckett, Brian O'Nolan, Bram Stoker, George Bernard Shaw, and Roddy Doyle.
The city's burst of prosperity gave it a new confident sheen, but what remains special is the spirit of the people who ensure that, despite whirlwind changes, Dublin remains one of Europe's most down-to-earth, friendly and accessible cities.
The city has interesting touristic places to visit such as National Gallery, St. Stephens Green Park, the Irish Museum of Modern Arts, the National Concert Hall, the National Museum of Ireland, The Custom House, the Dublin Castle, the Dublin Zoo, and more.


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Directions from Dublin Airport, Belfast, Eastern Northern Ireland, Dundalk & Drogheda
From Belfast City take the Dublin road via Dundalk, Drogheda and then this road will take you right up to Dublin Airport. Follow the direct route from Dublin Airport to the City Centre via Drumcondra Road and Dorset Street. Continue onwards, turning left into Church St. from Church St. Cross the River Liffey over the bridge in to Bridge Street. Take a left into High Street, continue travelling east into Christchurch place. Take a right into Bride Strreet. Continue straight crossing Kevin Street into New Bride Street., Continue Straight into Heytesbury Street. Take a left into Harrington Street. Take a left in to the start of Lower Camden Street taking a right at the Bleeding Horse Pub into Charlotte way. Take an immediate left again in to Harcourt Street. The Harcourt Hotel is in front of you on the right hand side.

Directions from Dublin Port
Dublin Port is located on the East Side of the city centre. Take directions to city centre. Take a left at the 1st main roundabout. You will pass the O2 Arena on your right hand side. Take a right at the next roundabout travelling westward up the quays.
Cross the river at the 1st bridge taking a right on the opposite side of the bridge. Continue traveling west on the quays into Aston Quay, then Wellington Quay and finally Wood Quay. ‘O’Shea Merchant Pub’ will be on your left hand side. Here take a left into Bridge Street. travel up hill then taking a left into High Street, continue travelling east into Christchurch place. Take a right into Bride Street. Continue straight crossing Kevin Street into New Bride Street., Continue Straight into Heytesbury Street. Take a left into Harrington Street. Take a left in to the start of Lower Camden Street taking a right at the Bleeding Horse Pub into Charlotte way. Take an immediate left again in to Harcourt Street. The Harcourt Hotel is in front of you on the right hand side.

Directions from Cork & the South
You will approach Dublin on the N7. Continue straight via the Red Cow into Inchicore. Take a left off Inchicore Road ( after the village ) into Memorial Road with will bring you to Con Colbert Rd. You are travelling east in the direction of the city centre. Into St James Road West and you will see Heuston Station on your left hand side. You are now crossing the Liffey to the North Quays in order to continue travelling east. Into Wolf Tone quay, then Ellis Quay, and Finally Arran quay. You now take a Right over the bridge ( just before the Four Courts) into Bridge Street.
Take a left into High Street, continue travelling east into Christchurch place. Take a right into Bride Strreet. Continue straight crossing Kevin Street into New Bride Street., Continue Straight into Heytesbury Street. Take a left into Harrington Street. Take a left in to the start of Lower Camden Street taking a right at the Bleeding Horse Pub into Charlotte way. Take an immediate left again in to Harcourt Street. The Harcourt Hotel is in front of you on the right hand side.

Directions from Derry & West Northern Ireland
You will be approaching Dublin via the N2. Continuel straight in to the Finglas Road heading for the city centre. You will then travel via Phibsborough Rd into Church Street. Where Church Street meets the River Liffey travel due south into Bridge Srteet. At the Top of Bridge Street take a left into High Street, continue travelling east into Christchurch place. Take a right into Bride Strreet. Continue straight crossing Kevin Street into New Bride Street. Continue Straight into Heytesbury Street. Take a left into Harrington Street. Take a left in to the start of Lower Camden Street taking a right at the Bleeding Horse Pub in to Charlotte way. Take an immediate left again in to Harcourt Street. The Harcourt Hotel is in front of you on the right hand side.

Directions from Galway & the North West
You will approach Dublin via the N4. Continue towards the city centre and you will see Heuston Station on the lefty hand side. You are now crossing the Liffey to the North Quays in order to continue travelling east. Into Wolf Tone quay, then Ellis Quay, and Finally Arran quay. You now take a Right over the bridge (just before the Four Courts) into Bridge Street. Take a left into High Street, continue travelling east into Christchurch place. Take a right into Bride Strreet. Continue straight crossing Kevin Street into New Bride Street. Continue Straight into Heytesbury Street. Take a left into Harrington Street. Take a left in to the start of Lower Camden Street taking a right at the Bleeding Horse Pub in to Charlotte way. Take an immediate left again in to Harcourt Street. The Harcourt Hotel is in front of you on the right hand side.

Directions from Dun Laoghaire Ferry Port
On arrival follow the coast road Northward. This will eventually lead you to Blackrock. Stick to the coast rd until you arrive on to Merrion Road. Continue straight in to Pembrook Rd. Note Pembrook Rd eventaully goes off in a sharp left direction . Stick with this road into Upper Baggot Street and then into Lower Baggot Street. Now take a left into Lower Pembrook Street.
Take a right into Lower leeson Street. At the end of this Street you will see the Corner of St. Stephen’s Green in front of you. Here take a sharp left into Earlsfort Tce. Take the first right into Hatch Street. At the Top of Harch Street take a right. You are now on Harcourt Street and the Harcourt Hotel is on your right hand side.


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