Maldron Hotel Pearse Street is one of the most centrally located hotels in Dublin city centre with all of Dublin’s top tourist attractions right on our doorstep.
Ideally located close to local attractions
Maldron Hotel Pearse Street offers guests easy access to Dublin’s top attractions. With the majority of the best attractions within walking distance of the hotel, it really is the ideal base for your trip to Dublin.
To help you plan your Dublin trip here are some of our favourite local attractions
EPIC Ireland is located in the CHQ building just a short 5 minute walk across the river from the hotel. This5-minuteis a state of the art interactive experience and tells the history of the Irish emigration.
Viking Splash Tour is a really enjoyable way to see Dublin. This experience is fun for all ages and is something different as you will enter the water at Grand Canal Basin. You will go past the old Boland’s Mill, famous as one of the battlegrounds of the 1916 rising and the U2 recording studios will also be part of this adventure.
Dublin Zoo is an amazing 60 acres of park in the city transports families to the Arctic, the plains of Africa and Indian Rainforests before kids visit Pets’ Corner and the City Farm. Visit the website for details of opening hours, admission prices and family packages.
Guinness Storehouse is Dublin’s top tourist attraction and is loved by all. A trip to Dublin really isn’t complete without a pint of Guinness and where else to enjoy it than the gravity bar at Guinness Storehouse which provides you with stunning views across Dublin.
Jameson Distillery Bow Street is a must see for any whiskey enthusiastic, the tour includes a whiskey tasting session as well as an interactive tour of the distilling process.
Temple Bar is the culture hub of Dublin and home to many of the most well-known pubs we have to offer. If you are looking for Dublin nightlife you will find plenty to choose from here.
Kilmainham Gaol is one of the best attractions for anyone interested in Irish history. Discover the story of the 1916 rising and join a guided tour of the prison.