Christmas Shopping in Dublin

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Christmas Shopping in Dublin

Nothing beats a shopping break in Dublin, and there's no better place to stay than at the centre of all the main shopping attractions. The Morgan Hotel, located in the heart of Temple Bar, is only a few minutes’ walk away from some of Dublin's biggest shopping destinations including Grafton Street and Henry Street, making it the perfect base to drop off your shopping as you go.

The hotel is ideally located between the two main shopping streets in Dublin; Grafton Street and Henry Street. With both less than a 10 minute walk from the hotel, you'll be able to pick up some designer bargains in Brown Thomas, Georges Street Arcade, Powerscourt Centre, Arnotts, or head over to the Jervis Centre with brands like Topshop, M&S and Next on offer. Don't forget to pay a visit to some of the best independent retailers in the city: from vintage clothes to kitchenware, you're sure to find that special someone the perfect present. Have a look around the shops in Temple Bar to find the perfect souvenir of your Dublin stay.

Centrally located in Dublin city and offering stylish and contemporary rooms, you're sure to love staying with us. Make sure to check out our Special Offers page to get the best value out of your stay at The Morgan Hotel.

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Grafton Street

Dublin’s main shopping street is known for high-end luxury and is home to Brown Thomas, Ireland’s flagship department store, while both the Stephen’s Green Shopping Centre and the Powerscourt Townhouse Centre are located just off it. The pedestrianised street, which runs from Trinity College Dublin to St Stephen’s Green, is always a hive of activity and colour and is famous for its fashion, its flower-sellers and its buskers. It is a must-see for any visitor to the city.
 

Temple Bar

Known as the Cultural Quarter, Temple Bar is a hotspot for tourists by day and by night. During the day, you can wander its small, cobbled streets and browse in a range of eclectic stores and galleries. There is always so much happening in the area which is why it is one of Dublin’s most popular tourist destinations. It is also home to plenty of wonderful eateries and coffee shops for when you need to relax and refuel.

O’Connell Street

From Temple Bar, it is a short stroll up the River Liffey to O’Connell Street, Dublin’s main thoroughfare and home to the GPO and the Spire as well as to a range of well-known High Street shops. Located just off O’Connell Street, you will find Henry Street, a slice of old Dublin filled with variety, colour and character. Well-known shops – including Arnotts Department Store – and busy malls line the street and both the Jervis Street Shopping Centre and the Ilac Centre are nearby.
 

Dundrum Town Centre

Outside of the city and accessible via the Luas light rail system, Dundrum Town Centre is Ireland’s largest shopping centre and home to many of the world’s most famous brand names. There is a vast array of shops as well as a cinema, restaurants and coffee shops. For the perfect day of retail therapy, it is an unbeatable location.

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Free cancellation if cancelled by 2pm day prior to arrival.

 
Offering unique dishes and delicious cocktails.

 
Situated in the heart of Temple Bar.