The Hendrick is one of Dublin’s coolest new hotels to open recently with edgy interiors, over 250 pieces of street art from renowned artists such as Maser, James Earley, Aches & Conor Harrington and the coolest vibe. Located in Smithfield, the Hendrick is in the midst of some of the best bars and restaurants in the city.
The comfiest beds, all the latest technology and state of the art power shower – what more do you need for your urban adventure?
Sit back in the trendy bar or in the graffiti sprayed courtyard for great coffee and bangin’ cocktails. The Hendrick has a vast selection craft beers, spirits and cocktails for the summer days.
What’s Near The Hendrick Hotel
The hotel is located in Dublin 7 just off Smithfield Square on Hendrick Street, from where it draws its name. This cobblestoned quarter of Dublin is a City Centre neighbourhood renowned for Arts, Film, Theatre and Crafts. Whether you’d stay in Smithfield or venture further, you’ll never be short of things to do in Dublin.
For some proper tasty breakfast grub and great coffee during your little break, Third Space is the spot to head. They serve up classic sambos like Cheese Toasties and Tuna Melts as well as a gorgeous Full Irish Breakfast, Granola and Porridge.
What is perhaps the most special thing about this spot is the atmosphere. Set up in 2012 as a third space (not a living or working space), it acts as a community hub that is super welcoming to everyone who walks in the door.
Plus, they share their surplus income with local community benefiting projects.
Games and dinner at Token
Token is by far one of the most uniquely fun places to spend an evening in Dublin. And a staycation in Smithfield is the perfect excuse to hang out here and unleash your inner child with all of the arcade games. This spot serves up some delicious American-style burgers, tacos, hot dogs and fries as well as stunning cocktails.
If you enjoy gaming or you just want to have a different kind of night out, this place has to be on your list of things to do during your break.
Dublin’s home to some pretty iconic spirits and brews. You might’ve heard of this guy, John Jameson. A quick stroll down the road and you can get even better acquainted. As well as being a highlight of Dublin’s tourism trail, the new look Jameson Distillery Bow St. (awarded World’s Leading Distillery Tour in 2018) is fast becoming the go-to place for locals to enjoy a Jameson. There’s a fantastic range of interactive, fun and immersive experiences to enjoy including a distillery tour, a premium whiskey tasting experience, whiskey blending and cocktail making master classes and the opportunity to draw whiskey straight from a cask in Dublin’s only live maturation warehouse. One of the capital’s most truly unique event locations, the distillery is also available for private use by evening.
If you’re feeling adventurous, saunter across The Liffey to St. James’ Gate. Home of the Black Stuff, where you can take a brewery experience tour that tells the tale of Ireland’s famous stout, with tastings and a rooftop bar. One thing’s sure, Dublin will never leave you parched.
Explore Phoenix Park/Dublin Zoo
Being the largest urban park in Europe, it’s no surprise that Phoenix Park offers hours of exploration and discovery.
It goes without saying that Dublin Zoo is one of the best days out in the city, while there are also hours-worth of walking paths and trails in the park.
Admire the pure beauty of the deer that call the park home, relax in the People’s gardens and even segway your way around the park to see if you can spot Meggeldy Higgins.
Your Package Includes
The package includes Bed & Breakfast and all of the below:
– Stay for 2 in a Double or Twin room
– Breakfast each morning
– Mini Prosecco each in the room
– Late Checkout at 1pm
– Free WiFi throughout your stay
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– Valid until 31st October 2020
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