We are delighted to announce that The Morgan Hotel is now one of the only 4-star properties in Dublin to offer Concierge Services.
The Morgan Concierge is available 7 days a week 24/7. Whether you are looking for recommendations on local attractions, need help with booking tours, directions, or any general enquiry you may have, the team will gladly assist you during your stay at the hotel.
Our Concierge team have a few recommendations on where to visit during your stay in Dublin!
It is no secret that the Irish like their Whiskey. At The Irish Whiskey Museum, step back in time to learn about the origin of Whiskey in Ireland and then fast forward through history to Irish Whiskey in the present.
You will embark on a journey through a guided tour, which will take you through 5 rooms (4 are themed to represent a specific period in Irish history) where the stories will unfold leading to the development of the whiskey industry in Ireland. And yes, there is a tasting room of course.
Whilst visiting Ireland, an activity that one must partake in is drinking a proper pint of Guinness. There is no better Guinness then a Guinness consumed in Dublin. We have a recommendation for a location where you will experience the perfect pint of Guinness- John Kehoes.
John Kehoe is an award-winning traditional Irish pub in the city centre of Dublin that first opened in 1803. The pub has kept it's Victorian charm and is one of the last authentic heritage pubs in Dublin. This bar is steeped in history and you can enjoy live music every day of the week!
The GPO stands for The General Post Office and the museum offers a chance to learn more about Ireland’s historical journey through the years. You will be able to learn about the 1916 Rising through a brand new interactive and engaging exhibit that will make you feel like you have stepped back in time to 1916.
The GPO museum has recently won The Micheletti Award which is for innovative museums in the world of contemporary history. It has also received an Irish Tourism Award for best cultural experience over 100,000 people. Witness history come to life during this award-winning exhibit and unleash your cultural curiosity.