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Hotel St George
7 Parnell Square
Dublin
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The Hotel St. George is a beautiful Georgian terrace property, located on Parnell Square at the top of O Connell Street, Dublins main thoroughfare. Situated in the heart of Dublins city centre, Hotel St George offers ease of access to all of Dublins main attractions, and we are located on Dublins official cultural trail.The hotel is within in walking distance of the Abbey & Gate Theatres, the Municipal Art Gallery, Dublins Writers Museum, the James Joyce Cultural Centre and much more (Please see Map* for details of attractions).We offer a relaxing and enjoyable stay to our guest at reasonable prices. The interior of the Hotel St George opens with a splendid period staircase and our guest lounge is furnished in its original plasterwork, with details such as eye-catching crystal chandeliers, magnificent antique mirrors and beautiful marble fireplaces.Full bar facilities are provided on the ground floor and our private car park is located to the rear of the building. Our breakfast room is unique in its design and reflects the charm and character of the hotel. All bedrooms are tastefully decorated and provide privacy and comfort to our guests.The Hotel St George offers value for money and has been designed to meet the needs of the modern traveller, located in the heart of Dublin.

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