Temple Bar Hotel
TEMPLE BAR HAS BEEN A PART OF DUBLIN SINCE VIKING TIMES AND HAS BECOME
WHAT IT IS THROUGH THE INTERVENTION OF MANY DIFFERENT PEOPLE’.
Temple Bar may be well-known for being one of the most popular tourist destinations in Europe,
and indeed Ireland, however Temple Bar has a history that far-dates its “party-capital” persona.
Surrounded by stunning architecture and a remarkable history, Temple Bar is located in the heart of
Whether you are looking for a shopping break, a romantic meal or a night out on the tiles, Temple
Bar Hotel is the perfect fit to suit all your needs. It is in close proximity to some of Ireland’s most
historically significant landmarks, such as, Trinity College, GPO, Guinness Storehouse, and Dublin
Castle. Grafton Street is less than a five-minute’ walk for all your shopping needs and of course is
central to some of Dublin’s most popular bars & restaurants along with our own infamous Buskers
Bar, Whiskey Corner Bar & Restaurant and Alchemy Nightclub.
Dublin is a vibrant city at both day & night-time and Temple Bar embodies that vibrancy and
welcoming atmosphere that ensures it regularly tops polls as one of the world’s most popular tourist
Originally operating as UDT bank, Temple Bar Hotel officially opened on 21st June 1993 and has
operated successfully for over two decades and has continue to grow and evolve with the ever-
changing climate of tourism in Ireland.
As mentioned above, Temple Bar has become famous for its busting entertainment atmosphere,
however, one can’t deny the spectacular & vivid architectural beauty of this prime-time destination.
It is characteristically nestled in between high-rise buildings and pre-historic Victorian & Georgian
buildings which add definitive character to this unique tourist hot-spot. Whilst much of Dublin has
undergone structural renovations in the last number of years, Temple Bar still encompasses its
natural untouched architectural beauty which is admired by tourists & locals alike.
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