Explore Dublin

The location of Maldron Hotel Pearse Street makes it perfect for exploring all the sights and sounds that Dublin city centre has to offer. There are great restaurants, pubs, tourist attractions, parks and attractions for the children just minutes from the hotel making it the ideal choice for a city break.

 

Sporting Venues

Whether you are a soccer fan, rugby supporter or GAA fanatic, a stay at Maldron Hotel Pearse Street is the most central choice. The hotel is situated in a prime location in Dublin city centre and less than 20 minutes’ walk to the three main sporting venues in Dublin – Croke Park, Aviva Stadium and the RDS.

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.

 

Shopping

Just a stroll away from Maldron Hotel Pearse Street, Ireland’s world famous shopping districts await. Henry Street is on the north of the River Liffey and Grafton Street is on the south and both are just a ten-minute walk from the hotel.

 

Concerts and Events

Right on the doorstep of Dublin’s Bord Gais Energy Theatre and less than a 10 minute walk from the 3Arena, choose Maldron Hotel Pearse Street for the next concert or show you are attending in Dublin.

  • Tourist Attractions

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    Just a stroll away from Maldron Hotel Pearse Street, Ireland’s world famous shopping districts await.

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