This is a beautiful place to stay – both of the hotel’s two buildings and the outdoor patio area are really nicely presented in a very classy, understated way. If you have an interest in modern design and/or architecture you will definitely enjoy staying here, both for its current presentation and for its history. Number 31 is a boutique-style hotel ...
Things to do near Number 31 for Nightlife Lovers
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Since opening in 1871 this fine Theatre has been entertaining Dubliners & tourists from the far flung corners of the Globe. Drama, Dance, Ballet, Opera & musicals have all graced the illustrious stage. Riverdance has been a staple fixture here for the past nine summers.
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This photography Gallery in the Temple Bar district opens each day except Mondays. It's quite a small space but it hosts lots of exhibitions by Irish & International photographers/Artists. Evelyn Hofer & Steve McCurry's exhibitions been two that stood out during the last two years. The Irish photographer Patrick Hogan has just had an exhibition here this last six weeks. ...
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Right behind the Saint Patrick's Cathedral is a beautiful park which unlike the Cathedral itself is free for all to enjoy! I recommend stopping in at the cafe "Bite of Life" right next to the park to grab a drink, snack or lunch and have a picnic in the park. Very nice!Popular withSpiritualLocalBudget
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Windmill Lane Studio. I used to live around this neighbourhood, and was forever bumping into U2 fans on their rock roll pilgrimage. The studio where U2 recorded such classic albums like Boy, War and The Joshua Tree. They've since moved to studios in neighbouring Hanover Quay. Other Artists of note to record here include R.E.M. The Rolling Stones, Kate BushPopular withHistoryBackpackers
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Mespil Road. If the weather is fine and you would like to eat outdoors, this is a great place for lunch. The photograph was taken in the depths of winter but there were still many hardy souls eating outside which must say something for the food. lunchtime (11-2) Farmer's market on Thursdays by the canal. http://www.irishvillagemarkets.ie/mespil_road_market.php
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A fine tribute to the amazing poet Patrick Kavanagh. "Oh stoney grey soil of Monaghan you burgled my bank of youth" Just one of his lines, he spent a lot of time here by the canal reflecting, and now we can do the same.Popular withHistory
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Sandeman's offers fantastic free* tours of various European cities. The tour guides work off of tips. If they give a good tour, they get paid well. This offers a great incentive for them to give a very interesting tour that will keep you engaged the whole time.
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Dublin's latest Art Gallery. A fine addition to the vibrant art scene, and providing a welcome platform for up & coming contemporary artists. The first exhibition to be held here is by the amazing Dublin based, Mexican Artist Kathrina Rupit. Kudos to Alexa MacDermot the creative force behind this new Gallery.
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I really love the style of this Anglican Church, it's quite unique, and dates from 1824. This Georgian style church has regular services, & is open to public viewings each Wednesday & Thursday lunchtime. The church also hosts concerts, with Sharon Corr & James Vincent McMorrow playing here & Beth Orton due to play here in December.
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This is a very cool shop with lots of VINYL. This independent record store is probably the last of its kind. Space is at a maximum here & hipsters really like this space. I really like this place, very old school & quite a decent music collection as well.
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This shop may look like it's from bygone days but is actually quite a new fixture in Dublin. Part of a franchise & selling old style traditional sweets & chocolate, they even sell sugar free & sweets suitable for diabetics. The old style jars in the shop really take us back to yesteryear, old style candy & enthusiastic staff & ...
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It is a really cool club. Like many clubs in Dublin, it is huge. It was converted from an old house, so you can move from one room to the other. The interior is all white with ornate chandeliers. The crowd is mostly trending 20-30 year old. It is super crowded during the weekend, so if you are high energy, ...Popular withAdventure
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