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A Hotel Worth Staying At In Dublin

19th Jan 2016

There’s nothing worse than the bother of having to trek home, trudging through the crowds, after a brilliant gig. It sours the wonderful experience you’ve just had; you’re on a high and you want that high to go on and on and on. If you’re headed to the Three Arena from further afield or, like us, you just fancy a night of luxury without being woken up by the kids at 6 am, the gibson hotel is seriously earning its glowing reputation. It’s’modern and exceptionally comfortable, and it’s a stone’s throw from Dublin’s best venue. It’s a building that is alive with atmosphere and great people from the moment you set foot inside until the moment you leave.


What they do well? Sleeping, meeting, dining, imbibing, gigging, touring, marrying?and relaxing are just some of their fortes. All of these things combine for a fresh, energetic and slightly off centre approach?that just works.

O2 Terrace Night Time

Pop up art exhibitions, supporting local communities, urban weddings and the odd celebrity appearance are elements of what makes the gibson stand out from your standard?Dublin Hotel.

Best of all, you will find their’staff friendly, responsive and happy, your every need catered to with a smile.


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