Upper Leeson Street, Dublin, County Dublin, Ireland
"The cosmopolitan city of Dublin boasts a unique atmosphere, offering the perfect blend of traditional charm and contemporary innovation. From world-class sports stadiums to literary festivals, leafy parks to vibrant nightlife, Irelanda??s capital city has it all. The hotel is minutes from the Aviva Stadium - tour the stadium or catch a game of rugby while youa??re in town. Experience Dublina??s legendary nightlife and stop for a Guinness in the world famous Temple Bar. Enjoy an international comedy show or concert at The Bord Gais Energy Theatre, admire the show jumpers at The Dublin Horse Show and browse the boutiques and designer stores on Grafton Street. Spend a sunny afternoon exploring the historic landscape of Phoenix Park, home to many varieties of trees, wildlife habitats and Dublin Zoo and pay homage to some of Irelanda??s literary masters on a Dublin Literary Pub Crawl.Hotel Details Set just minutes from the city center in the attractive southside of Dublin, The Burlington Hotel offers superb meeting and events facilities and a prime location within walking distance of The RDS and the Aviva Stadium. This luxury hotel also offers easy access to many popular Dublin attractions including The Convention Centre and Bord Gais Energy Theatre.Considered one of Dublin's most premier Conference Centers, The Burlington Hotel offers space for up to 1500 delegates and a dedicated business floor with 17 bright and airy conference rooms. The hotel's magnificent 1200 sq.ft. ballroom is the perfect venue for an exhibition or grand wedding reception. From inviting guest rooms to elegant suites, this Dublin hotel offers a choice of stylish accommodations, all boasting complimentary WiFi, spacious desks and plush beds. Select a suite to enjoy a separate living area and stunning views over Dublin.Energize after a busy day exploring the city with a workout in the complimentary 24-hour fitness center. Enjoy a relaxed lunch in The Diplomat Restaurant or dine in the elegant surrou"