Buy The Sweeney vouchers for deals on Dublin: 1 or 2 Nights with Refreshments. Show availability Nestled in the heart of Dublin, directly on Dame Street, The Sweeney Hotel provides a stepping stone to some of the city’s attractions, including museums, theatres, restaurants and bars. There is also plenty of shops in the area, for those looking for something special to bring from their Irish excursion.Â The hotel boasts elegant, individually-decorated rooms that come fitted out with flat-screen TVs, telephones, and tea- and coffee-makingÂ facilities. Each room features a private bathroom with complimentary toiletries. The on-siteÂ Mulligan and HainesÂ take guests on a culinary adventure through Irish classics which are given a contemporary twist. Patrons can tuck into hearty meals, a selection of sandwiches, and a wide choice of craft beers and cocktails. Nestled on Irelands east coast at the mouth of the River Liffey, Dublin attracts travellers with the elegance of the old stone bridges, cobbled alleyways, Georgian avenues and scenic city parks such as St Stephens Green and Phoenix Park with Dublin Zoo. Culinary options span the globe with various cusine served in numerous restaurants, while bars serve an array of beverages, including the iconic Guiness beer. History enthusiasts can pay a visit to the iconic 13th-century Dublin Castle and the medieval St Patrick’s Cathedral, while the National Museum of Ireland provides more insight into Irish heritage and culture. Those with an eye for architecture can take a stroll by the Fitzwilliam and Merrion Squares, where redbrick terraces, brightly coloured doorways, and detailed pillars stand for Dublin's Georgian heritage. For trips off the beaten track, skipping the usual crowds at Temple Bar and taking a stroll around the quieter parts of the local area will take visitors to a portal of arts, music, and literature at Trinity Collegewith its 18th-century Old Library, an ode to knowledge dominated by impressively musty books and busts of Western writers and philosophers. Dublin greets guests with a maritime climate featuring temperate winters and cool summers. May and June bring a sunny period, while the further summer months delight visitors with average temperatures of about 22°C. Winter is rich in precipitations that come accompanied by cold weather.
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