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Jurys Inn Parnell Street
Moore Street Plaza
Parnell Street

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Less than a minute from O’Connell Street, this is a newly built hotel centrally located in the heart of Dublin city centre. Offering you easy access to the main shopping district of Henry Street, you will also be within a short stroll of Grafton Street and some of Dublin’s most fascinating cultural attractions. These include Trinity College, Temple Bar, the Abbey and Gate Theatres, the Dublin Writers Museum, the James Joyce Centre and the Hugh Lane Gallery.

The hotel is also only a 15-minute walk from the IFSC business district and Croke Park Stadium. It is an ideal location for those attending GAA, international soccer and rugby games, concerts and conferences. We are also within a 5-minute walk of the Luas tram system, a fast and efficient way of touring the city, or accessing the hotel from Heuston and Connolly train stations.

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