Dublin City is reopening and while some attractions remain closed temporarily there is still plenty to do and see. Our famous shopping districts like Grafton street and Henry street are all back in operation working in line with HSE safety guidelines. Most of our favourite Dublin Restaurants are also open for bookings, once again with proper safety procedures in place. This link is updating daily with a list of Businesses that are now opened and may help with your planned visit to the City.
Our location is central to all top attractions, Dublin's Financial sector and large conference centres in the city. Check our rates for an overnight stop for Business or Leisure.
The Abbey Theatre is the National Theatre of Ireland and Wynn’s Hotel are proud to be one of their Corporate Ambassadors. The Theatre is only a 2-minute walk from the Hotel and is the perfect stop for Pre-theatre Dinner & Drinks. Wynn’s can also offer full theatre packages at competitive rates to include an overnight stay with theatre tickets, these offers are available direct with the Hotel.
A Grand Dame in the Centre of Dublin this historic tourist attraction will forever be associated with the 1916 Rising*. The building now houses an award-winning exhibition & visitor attraction which is highly immersive and puts you right inside the GPO during Easter Week in 1916. Only a few minutes’ walk from the Hotel and perfect for a family visit.
Housing one of Ireland’s greatest cultural treasures, ‘The Book of Kells’, Trinity College is a must-see for all the culturally curious and should be included on all Dublin visitor’s itineraries. The campus is only a 10 minute walk from our hotel. Stroll through the cobbled stones of the College and walk in the footsteps of some of the college’s most famous alumni such as Oscar Wilde, Samuel Beckett and Jonathan Swift.
One of Dublin’s most popular attractions with seven floors mirroring the largest pint in the world. Enjoy an excellent interactive experience, the famous Gravity Bar, a retail store and various Cafes and Restaurants. An enjoyable visit for all the family. Luas tram will have you there in 15 minutes from the front of the Hotel.
An excellent amenity this park is one of the largest recreational spaces within any European Capital City. It houses Dublin Zoo, Áras an Uachtaráinn - (the Irish Presidents residence), famous Historical Monuments and a herd of Fallow Deer that have lived there since the 1600’s.
Founded in 1191 this is the largest Church in Ireland. Home to the burial grounds of Jonathan Swift, Douglas Hyde and many more.
Home of one of Irelands famous Whiskeys (even if it was founded by a Scotsman!).
In the heart of Dublin’s Cultural Quarter home to many famous Bars & Restaurants. Close enough to stroll from the Hotel but also far enough to escape the hustle and bustle.