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Leeson Inn Downtown
24 Lower Leeson Street

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Dublin is on your doorstep at this boutique hotel in the heart of the cityís historical centre, a few minutesí stroll from the very best bars, restaurants and shops. You can be delivered directly to the hotelís front door, as an airport shuttle runs 24/7 at 15-minute intervals, and stops right outside. The hotel is easily accessible and has competitive rates. On-site parking is available for those with a car.

Recently renovated and redesigned, the Leeson Inn is set within an imposing 19th century Georgian property and boasts a contemporary design aesthetic influenced by its historical past. The hotel's relatively modest 25-room capacity guarantees that you will receive friendly and personal service. From the moment you check-in at the antique wooden front desk in the beautifully appointed Georgian lobby, to when you sit down to your home-cooked Irish breakfast the next morning (vegetarian and continental options also available), true Irish hospitality prevails.

Comfort, convenience and flexibility are the watchwords of the Leeson Inn. A fax and email service is available at reception, and multilingual staff can help you with reservations for restaurants, theatres and shows.

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