Whatever your reason for visiting Dublin, the experience begins at Handel’s Hotel.
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Handel’s Hotel is located on Fishamble Street, the fish market of the original medieval city. Thankfully the smell of fish is long gone but we’re still at the heart of things. The River Liffey is 100 metres away, 1000 year old Christchurch Cathedral is across the road, while the attractions and distractions of Temple Bar are on our doorstep and, beyond it the modern city centre – An Lar as it is in Irish. Stay with us and you’ll be close to the action – but far enough away from the noise to get some sleep!
Your bedroom – or Seomra Leaba – is the very heart of your Dublin. Not just a place to rest but a place to plan, explore and prepare before heading off on your day’s exploring or your night’s carousing. You’ll find every creature comfort – and more.Rooms
Whichever Dublin you have come to see, Handel’s Hotel is the perfect place to call home. Experience the standards you expect and more, with the unique qualities that make Dublin so special.
You will have already seen Christchurch Cathedral on your way into Handel’s Hotel, which is across the road from it. Just up the street, about 5 minutes walk, is Dublin’s other cathedral – St. Patrick’s – where Jonathan Swift, author...Read more
Trinity College Dublin was founded by Queen Elizabeth 1st of England in 1592. At that time, Fishamble St. would have been at the heart of the city and Trinity in the countryside! The campus, which is open to the public,...Read more
Jameson is probably the most famous Irish Whiskey in the world. At the beginning of the 19th century the distillery was producing a million gallons a year and by 1805 it was widely regarded as the most popular whiskey. Today...Read more
The Guinness story began just 20 minutes walk from Handels Hotel at St. James’ Gate where, in 1759, Arthur Guinness signed a 10,000 year lease on the property! The Guinness Storehouse is one of Dublin’s top attractions, with exhibitions and...Read more
The village of Kilmainham is about 30 minutes walk from Handel’s Hotel and is home to several places of interest. Historic Kilmainham Gaol, where 14 of those involved in the Easter Rising of 1916 were executed. The Royal Hospital Kilmainham,...Read more
16-18 Fishamble St,
Temple Bar, Dublin 2