The Pearse Hotel (formerly Holiday Inn Dublin City Centre)
is a 3 star rated hotel located in the district of approximately 1.3km from the Dublin city center.
Rates from just €69 per room per night.
This hotel is on Pearse Street, a 10-minute walk from the main shopping area in Grafton Street and within walking distance of RDS, Croke Park and Lansdowne Road
The O2 Arena, Temple Bar and the main financial districts are also close to this Holiday Inn.
The Pearse Hotel's gym is free for guests, and the bar and restaurant serve Irish and international cuisine for lunch and dinner.
All rooms have full en suite bathrooms and Wi-Fi internet access.
There are many attractions near this hotel, the closest of which being the Shopping: Merrion Square Art Exhibition which is little more than an approximate 7 minute walk away. This attraction has received a 4 star rating from our reporters, making a visit highly recommended when in Dublin.
Also within walking distance are the National Gallery of Ireland, Shopping: Docklands CoCo Markets, Number 29 and Famine Memorial.
Below you can find a list with all attractions along with their distance from the Pearse Hotel (formerly Holiday Inn Dublin City Centre) and their price/star rating.
There are a choice of restaurants to visit within walking distance of the Pearse Hotel (formerly Holiday Inn Dublin City Centre). Only 2 minutes away, you can find the Green Bistro which serves European cuisine. If you fancy something different, there are other restaurants within walking distance to try such as the Pig & Heifer (No Category) and Il Caffe Di Napoli (Italian).
Nearby Public Transport
The lines Greystones - Howth, Greystones - Malahide and Red Line can all be accessed from stations within 1000 meters of this hotel using the Pearse Street and Busáras stations.
The quickest way to the city center (taken as Trinity College) from the Pearse Hotel (formerly Holiday Inn Dublin City Centre) is by foot. It should take about 14 minutes.
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Merrion Square Art Exhibition is an open-air art gallery located in Merrion Square.
(Approximately 571m away)
The National Gallery of Ireland contains the country’s finest collection of Irish and European art. Admission is free.
(Approximately 590m away)
Docklands CoCo Markets are held every Wednesday in the trendy Dockland’s area.
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(Approximately 667m away)
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(Approximately 791m away)
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(Approximately 838m away)
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An ancient book consisting of Celtic drawings and intricately fashioned calligraphy.
(Approximately 976m away)
Café En Seine is a stunningly beautiful place, elegantly decorated in art deco style.
(Approximately 994m away)
Lillie’s Bordello is a glamorous trendy nightclub in the heart of Dublin.
(Approximately 1km away)
Davy Byrnes is a traditional Irish pub in the heart of Dublin. Its past patrons include many literacy giants and intellectuals including the famous James Joyce and Michael Collins.
(Approximately 1km away)
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