Drury Court Hotel (Dublin)


Drury Court Hotel (Dublin)
Drury Court Hotel

country: Ireland, city: Dublin (City Centre)

Drury Court Hotel Drury Court HotelThe Drury Court Hotel is a stylish hotel, located in the heart of Dublin City.It is within walking distance from main attractions such as Stephens Green Park, Dublin Castle, Georgian Dublin, National Concert Hall and many others.Drury Court is also close to the main business and government areas, which make it a perfect base for the busy executives.
All the 42 luxurious and restful rooms are tastefully decorated and designed to the highest standards taking care of all your requirements.There is also a contemporary bar, which is very popular with both locals and visitors alike.The modern meeting room has a capacity for 25 people and is adjacent to secure public car parking facilities.

Hotel Facilities:Room Facilities:
Cocktail bar
Conference facilities
Parking facilities
Restaurant
Room service
Air conditioning
Cable / Satellite TV
Hairdryer
Heating
Private bathroom / Ensuite
Tea and coffee making facilities
Telephone

Extra Information:

Address:
28-30 Lower Stephen Street
Dublin 2


International hotels. — Academic. 2010.

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