The Arlington Hotel O'Connell Bridge
is a 3 star rated hotel located in the district of approximately 300yds from the Dublin city center.
Rates from just €79 per room per night.
Overlooking the River Liffey, The Arlington is in the heart of Dublin and home to Dublin’s longest-running traditional Irish dinner and dancing show.
It offers spacious rooms with satellite TVs, and a medieval-themed bistro.
Rooms at the hotel feature bathrooms with baths and showers. Rooms also include seating area, hairdryers and free Wi-Fi.
The Knightsbridge Bar has an extensive menu and serves carvery lunches.
The medieval-themed Knights Bistro offers traditional food including breakfasts, lunches and dinners, while Sinatra's bar provides an a la carte menu, breakfasts, Irish stew and seafood.
The friendly staff can assist guests with travel arrangements and sightseeing recommendations. Trinity College and Dublin Castle are both just a 5-minute walk away.
The Arlington Hotel O’Connell Bridge is just minutes from Grafton Street and Temple Bar.
Dublin Airport is 10km, the port 2.5km and Connolly and Heuston Train Stations 1.5km away.
There are many attractions near this hotel, the closest of which being the Shopping: Eason's Booksellers which is little more than an approximate 2 minute walk away.
Also within walking distance are the Nightlife: Buskers, Nightlife: The Palace Bar, Ha'penny Bridge and Nightlife: Pravda. From these attractions, if there is one you shouldn't miss it would be the Ha'penny Bridge. This attraction has been given a 4 star rating by our reporters, making it one of Dublin's best.
Be sure to check below for a full list of nearby attractions.
Near the Arlington Hotel O'Connell Bridge are a number of restaurants within walking distance. If you're feeling like some Irish food, then the Knights Bistro is just 2 minutes walk away from the hotel. If you fancy something different, there are other restaurants within walking distance to try such as the Panama Bar (Pubs), Govindas (Vegetarian), Cafe Manila (Cafe) and Full House (Chinese).
Nearby Public Transport
The lines Greystones - Howth, Greystones - Malahide and Red Line can all be accessed from stations within 500 meters of this hotel using the Abbey Street and Tara Street stations.
The quickest way to the city center (taken as Trinity College) from the Arlington Hotel O'Connell Bridge is by foot. It should take about 5 minutes.
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