Business or leisure events as you please in Dublin
The Croke Park is a conference hotel in the north of Dublin that makes business and leisure stays that little bit easier due to its location close to the Irish Financial Services Centre (IFSC) – Dublin’s financial district – and the Croke Park Stadium. With transport links to major transport hubs, you’ll benefit from the convenience of the location whether you’re in the Irish capital for business, pleasure or both.
Croke Park Stadium
If you’ve ever wanted to see Gaelic sports live, this is the place to do it. The hotel is just across the road from Croke Park City Stadium, which is the home of Gaelic sports and holds as many as 82,300 people. This highly versatile venue hosts trade shows, concerts and a variety of other events.
Visit the Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA) Museum, too. This museum is dedicated to Ireland’s national games and explores the GAA’s contribution to the nation’s cultural, sporting and social heritage.
East Point Business Park
From our hotel you can catch a complimentary shuttle to East Point Business Park, where companies from a range of industries and sectors operate, including telecommunications, food and beverages, travel and tourism, and retail. The diversity of places to eat and drink and of entertainments makes the business park a good place for business lunches or informal business meetings, or even just to relax after a hard day of negotiations.
Dublin city centre
Dublin city centre delights with everything there is to see and do. The Guinness Storehouse, the National Gallery of Ireland, The National Museum of Ireland – Archaeology, St Patrick’s Cathedral, Trinity College, the National Leprechaun Museum and St Stephen’s Green are just a selection of the attractions that may interest you. Venture towards the edge of the city to visit Dublin Castle and Kilmainham Gaol, which are both worth the trek for the insight.
Famous Landmarks & Attractions
Dublin’s attractions don’t end with the above. Visit the statue of Molly Malone, take pictures in Trinity College’s Parliament Square, marvel at waxwork models in The National Wax Museum and admire the collection of manuscripts, paintings, drawings, rare books and more at the Chester Beatty Library. Don’t forget to take a break from all this exploring and enjoy some of the warm Irish hospitality at one of the city’s bars or restaurants.
Discover more with our ‘Slice of the City’ guide to Dublin.