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Amenities of Mespil Hotel
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Facilities within the Property
|Tempt and Tantalise: The Glaze Restaurant is a modern, bright Bistro style restaurant where you can soak up the atmosphere along Dublin Grand canal. You can sit in comfort and gaze at the leafy banks where the famous Irish Poet Patrick Kavanagh sat and still sits, these days in the form of a bronzed commemorative statue. Daily the restaurant serves up an exciting eclectic mix of cuisines, from Mediterranean, International to some Asian influenced dishes. With bright fresh décor and friendly service in a relaxed atmosphere the Glaze Restaurant is a popular choice among locals and visitors alike.|
|Take Time Out: Relax and unwind in the pleasant and comfortable surroundings of the Terrace Bar, ideal for a quiet drink, tasty snack and friendly chat. Enjoy our popular Carvery lunch which is served Monday - Friday with a wide selection of dishes. The Terrace Bar is a perfect retreat after a busy day discovering Dublin city.|
|Meeting at the Mespil will always be a success: The Mespil Hotel offers the perfect venue for small meetings and seminars with two spacious meeting rooms affording good natural light for up to 25 delegates. Like you, we don't leave matters to chance. From the moment you arrive, our friendly and efficient staff will ensure that your every need is taken care of. Basic facilities are included in room hire and the hotel will be happy to deal with any special audio-visual requirements you may have.|
|Dublin's Fair City: Dublin, Ireland's capital city is steeped in history and buzzing with youthful energy. Medieval, Georgian and modern architecture provide a backdrop to a friendly, bustling city where the cosmopolitan and charming converge in delightful diversity. Stroll through the streets of this wonderful city and you may still hear echoes of the generations of famous personalities that called Dublin home.|
Our Top Ten Suggestions:
1.The Mespil Hotel is just a short walk from Grafton Street, Dublin's ultimate pedestrian shopping area.
2. Visit the Dublin Castle in the heart of historic Dublin.
3. Go to the Dublin Zoo.
4.Visit Dublin's Cultural Quarter that is Temple Bar.
5. The Traditional Irish Musical Pub Crawl.
6. Canal Stroll: Where our famous poet Patrick Kavanagh gleaned much of his inspiration.
7.Trace your family's history in Ireland in the many genealogical centres around Dublin.
8.Your 'All Day' ticket will allow you to hop on and off, as often as you wish to see Dublin's many visitor attractions.
9.Be a Viking for the day and see Dublin the fun way by land and water.
10. Whatever aspect of theatre you enjoy there will certainly be something to interest you while you are in Dublin.
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