Your group trip in Dublin
It's impossible to talk about Dublin in the present tense - the city is constantly changing! The banks of the Liffey suffered a bad reputation not so long ago, but are now lined with modern buildings, trendy hotels, shops and townhouses. With its economic uptick, the city has seen the airport grow. The Irish airlines Ryanair and Aerlingus offers connections to Dublin from most major international cities. The many flights from European airports make it an easy city to reach. It's also possible to reach Dublin by car, but this involves taking the ferry from England at Liverpool or Holyhead, or from France at Cherbourg. For over 20 years, Dublin's hotel network has steadily grown and there are many hotels and group accommodation choices in Dublin. You will have no problem finding a hotel to organize your Cousin Reunion or Hen Party in Dublin. While there are many hotels in Dublin, the price of accommodation in the Irish capital is quite high, especially in the city center. Groupcorner has therefore selected some accommodation for groups at the best price along with the finest luxury hotels. The city center explodes with celebration in the evening, and can sometimes be noisy in certain neighborhoods, but you can also find Dublin accommodation for groups away from the hustle and bustle of nightlife, both in recently built areas of the city, around the airport, and among typical Georgian houses towards South Dublin or along the waterfront in Blackrock or Howth. You will find Dublin hotels for every taste.
If the look of Dublin has changed dramatically in the last two decades with glass and steel buildings springing up all over the city, the Irish capital has also managed to preserve old charming architecture in the center. Around Trinity College and St. Stephen's Green Park are elegant Georgian mansions with colorful 18th-century doors. These are plenty of streets to explore during a pleasant to stroll while enjoying the rhythm of Dublin life. Art and history lovers will be able to admire the Book of Kells, one of the finest examples of illuminated manuscripts from the Middle Ages. The Guinness Brewery is a delightful visit that ends with a climb to the top of a tower and a panoramic view over Dublin. Modern or ancient, each of Dublin's neighborhoods are dotted by hundreds of pubs that give the city its unique character. In the evening, the pubs are opportunities to listen and sing along to live music in a cozy atmosphere and experience the friendly reputation of the Irish. Wherever you stay in Dublin, there will always be a pub nearby with singing, dancing and spirited Celtic music. Groupcorner will take care of finding a hotel for your company weekend retreat. All you need to do is find the nearest pub with live music.