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The Morgan Hotel
10-12 Fleet Street
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The Morgan Hotel is in an ideal location to explore Dublin city centre and its surrounding areas. With so many things to do and see in Dublin, stay in the boutique Morgan Hotel and base yourself in the centre of Europe's most happening city.Whether you're looking to visit historical attractions, enjoy a round of golf or shop till you drop, Dublin has something for every type of traveler. Explore some of the below options and don't forget to ask at our reception desk if you have any questions:Historical /Tourist Attractions / Scenic Walks Dublin Temple BarDistance from The Morgan: on its doorstep!Temple Bar, Dublin's cultural quarter is a maze of cobbled streets nestled in the heart of the city on the south bank of the River Liffey a 'must see' for everyone. Looking for something different? Why not browse Temple Bar's myriad of small quirky shops? Selling everything from original jewellery to second hand records, books eco-gifts and so much more! Website: www.templebar.ie/St. Stephen's GreenDistance from The Morgan: 10 minutes St. Stephen's Green public park is the heart of Dublin city centre and within walking distance from The Morgan Hotel. The park is adjacent to one of Dublin's main shopping streets, Grafton Street, and to a shopping centre named after it. At 22 acres (89,000 m2), it is the largest of the parks in Dublin's main Georgian squares. The parkland comprises of ponds and beautiful scenic walks ideal for a stroll on a summers day. Canal Walks Distance from The Morgan: 20 minutes One of Dublin's best-hidden secrets is the Royal Canal, leading from the Liffey to Mullingar. Dubliners must cross and re-cross it millions of times every week. Without noticing the ideal urban walkway below them.Merrion Square