The Mont Clare Hotel is a local landmark and popular meeting place among Dubliners and visitors alike. Situated right at the heart of the action, the hotel is within a moments distance of the city’s premier business and shopping districts. Dublin is ultimately a vibrant city of contrasts and leaves an indelible memory in the minds of many visitors. Located in Dublin City’s Georgian Merrion Square, The Mont Clare Hotel is ideal for Dublin shopping as it is within strolling distance of the renowned Grafton Street area. The hotel offers complimentary car parking and is easily accessible by private and public transport, making it a convenient choice for both Dublin weekend breaks and business travel. The Mont Clare Hotel has a home from home traditional ambience which appeals to many international travellers. As there are now numerous direct flights from European cities to Dublin, The Mont Clare Hotel provides an excellent choice for international short breaks in Dublin.
The Mont Clare Hotel has 80 guestrooms. All bedrooms are air-conditioned and decorated in warm shades of red and cream.
All Guestrooms Feature:
No.1 Merrion Street Bar:
The No. 1 boasts one of the most traditional Irish pubs of all hotels in Ireland. It has a cosy old world ambience with leather upholstery, a long wooden bar and polished glass. Head Chef Terry has worked with O’Callaghan Hotels for over 20 years and is famed for his traditional fare. The daily midweek carvery is a favourite in the capital where good food is served in large quantities. This really is a perfect spot to unwind over a pint of Guinness.
The restaurant has a charming Irish tearoom ambience. Overlooking Merrion Square with large bay windows the restaurant can accommodate 100 people for private dining. Full buffet breakfast is served here each morning 07:15-10:15am.
On the Map: Dublin, Ireland’s Capital City is located on the east coast of the country, and is well served by infrastructure linking it to all parts of the Emerald Isle.
Dublin is a lively cosmopolitan city brimming with culture. You could spend your time strolling the streets soaking up the atmosphere, relaxing in its cafes and bars or you could check out its myriad historical, literary and cultural delights. The 8th century illuminated manuscript, the Book of Kells, must be viewed. It is on display at the impressive Trinity College, Ireland’s first university (founded 1592) in the heart of Dublin. For the rest of your time, it is up to you how much you want to pack in. Phoenix Park, twice the size of New York City’s Central Park, Georgian Dublin around Stephen’s Green, the National Botanical Gardens, National Museum, Kilmainham Jail and the Hugh Lane Municipal Art Gallery are all highly recommended stops on your tour. Then there’s the Guinness Storehouse and Jameson Distillery. A visit to Dublin’s Temple Bar to experience the lively Dublin pub culture is a must, though many of Dublin’s best bars can be found outside this area in the streets and laneways around Grafton Street, the shopper’s street of choice. Purchasing a ‘hop-on, hop-off’ Dublin Bus Tour ticket is a great way to get around and see all the major sites at a very reasonable cost.