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Radisson Blu Royal Hotel Dublin can be found on the crossing of Golden Lane and Chancery lane, in the city centre. There are cultural attractions, entertainment, shopping and restaurants nearby the accommodation. For cultural attractions, you can reach Trinity College and Dublin Castle on foot. Go shopping on Grafton Street, or see a show in one of the theatres nearby. The hotel is surrounded by a wide range of tourist attractions, including Guiness Storehouse, the Temple Bar, Christchurch Cathedral, Dublin Castle and Trinity College.

The hotel is well suited for the demanding business traveler. Radisson Blu Royal Hotel Dublin offers 15 meeting rooms, a ballroom that can accommodate up to 400 people and an executive lounge on the 7th floor. On the same floor you can enjoy panoramic view of the city, and in the summer you can enjoy a drink on the rooftop terrace for up to 200 people.

Broadband and Wi-Fi internet is available for free. The entire property is air-conditioned and the hotel has a car park with indoor parking spots, to make sure you get the most out of your stay in the Radisson Blu Royal Hotel.


For eating and drinking you will not even have to leave the accommodation. ‘Verres en Vers’ offers French and local dishes, all prepared with fresh ingredients. The ‘Sure’ bar is a modern lounge in Irish style serving afternoon tea, a wide range of cocktails and international drinks. At 'Sure', fresh quality light food is served.


Winda, Kantor wymiany walut, Klimatyzacja, Dostępność dla osób niepełnosprawnych, Lodownik, Wielojęzyczny personel, Organizacja bankietów, Plany miasta, Prasa
Usługi pralnicze, Recepcja czynna całą dobę, Obsługa pokoi przez całą dobę, Lekarz dyżurny, Pralnia zwykła/chemiczna, Budzenie, Prasowanie, Concierge, Usługa faksowania, Przechowalnia bagażu, Pastowanie butów
Parking kryty
Na terenie hotelu jest dostępny płatny parking.

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    Dublin Zoo Details

    Dublin zoo is not only the largest zoo in Ireland, it also has the distinction of being one of the oldest zoos in the world. Founded in 1830, as the Zoological Gardens Dublin, the zoo has changed quite a bit over the years. Once housing a few birds and mammals on loan from the London Zoo, the facility now boasts thousands of animals and several themed areas including several primate islands and a savannah that is home to the zoo's large African animals. As a part of the zoo, there is also a 70 acre wild life conservatory that actually works to breed endangered species from five continents. The wildlife preserve contains over 90 species of animals that all roam freely for the enjoyment of the guests.Historically fascinating, the zoo uses many of its original structures to house animals and walking through the historic buildings is almost as interesting as studying the animals they contain. A stop at the sweets and ice cream shop is almost reminiscent of the days when families would enjoy a delicious delicacy at the zoo's tearooms before continuing their zoological adventures. A visit to the Dublin Zoo is more than just a tour of a menagerie of various animals. It provides and education on conservation and the prevention of animal extinction.

    Address: Phoenix Park, Dublin 8, Ireland