A Retail Destination
A chic blend of high-end and high-street, Dublin is a major destination for fashion-lovers. City centre icons of Irish life and style include Brown Thomas, Arnotts, Kilkenny Design, and the world-famous Bewley’s Grafton Street café, a much-loved and celebrated landmark, while the famous Dundrum Town Centre is a short hop away on the Luas line.
The Beat Of A Unique Heart
Dublin gets its name from ‘Dubh Linn’, the Black Pool that was once part of the garden in Dublin Castle. A city of cultural gems and charming streets, the mix of cosmopolitan, international and local styles gives the city a quirky home-grown personality all its own.
Parks & Green Spaces
Dublin is a city of green spaces - from Stephens Green to Merrion Square; Iveagh Gardens to Canal Strolls. And lets not forget Europes largest enclosed city park, Phoenix Park.
A National Treasure
The heart of Georgian Dublin, Merrion Square, is a short stroll from Six Hanover Quay. This area is a cultural and civic gem: home to the National Museum of Ireland – Archaeology; the National Museum of Ireland – Natural History; the National Library, and the National Gallery of Ireland.
Arts & Culture
Dublin is a city of diverse cultural districts. From medieval treasures such as the Book of Kells in Trinity College to the fine arts and antique furniture in Francis Street, every quarter has something different on show.
A Seat Of Learning
World-renowned for academic excellence and achievement, Trinity College Dublin has a history of scholarship spanning four centuries. Its beautiful campus bridges the cultural and retail districts at the heart of the city.
Cafes & Restaurants
Dublin is an exciting culinary destination with a decidedly international flavour. Whether you’re in the mood for Michelin-starred fine dining at Chapter One or L’Ecrivain, or prefer to sample traditional, hearty Irish flavours or simple street food and cafes, the city is crammed with culinary delights.
Bars & Nightlife
From fine dining to gastro pubs, and artisanal coffee shops to funky outdoor cafes, there’s no shortage of stylish social life and relaxation to be had at Six Hanover Quay and in the city centre.
Six Hanover Quay is in the heart of ‘Silicon Docks’, Dublin’s premier business and technology district. The South Docklands is a uniquely modern area, transformed by urban regeneration and investment into one of the city’s most fashionable and sought-after locations.
A modern, international hub employing 40,000 people, the Docklands area is home to a host of major domestic and global companies - including Facebook, Google, Accenture, Airbnb, BOI and HSBC - many of whom have their EMEA/European headquarters here. This international flavour is reflected in the energetic social and cultural life of the area.