The historic Dublin 1 district is situated on the northside of Dublin City Centre. Everything that you could ever want to do during your city break to Dublin you’ll find in Dublin 1
- Great Places to eat
- Countless bars
- The best shopping
- Visits to historic sites
- Catch a show or concert
Restaurants, Bars & Cafes
You will never go hungry or thirsty in Dublin 1. There is restaurants, bars and cafes of every variety and for every budget right here. If you can eat it or drink it you’ll find it here
- Chapter One Restaurant – The fancy One
- Gin Palace Bar – The cocktail One
- The Oval Bar – The locals one
- The Lotts Restaurant & Bar – The quite one
- The Church Bar & Restaurant – Our managers favourite one
- Madina Desi Curry– The Indian one
- The Epicurean Food Hall – The budget one
- The Dublin Wine Rooms Restaurant – Our favourite one
- Café Kylemore – The tea house one
In Dublin 1 you will find some of the best attractions in the city, you’ll never be short for something to do.
- The GPO
- O’Connell Street
- The Spire
- The Abbey Theatre
- The Gate Theatre
- Dublin Convention Centre
- 3 Arena
- Customs House
- Moore Street
For those who just have to visit the shops it’s all here in Dublin 1. Dublin’s best department store, great independent retails, almost all of which can be found in and around the Henry Street area.
- Winding Stairs book store
- Jervis Street Shopping Centre
- Ilac Shopping Centre
- Arnotts Department Store
- McDowells The Happy Ring House – Dublins most famous Jewlery Store
This area is home to O'Connell Street, Henry Street, Jervis Street, the Irish Financial Services Centre (IFSC), the Docklands, Parnell Street, Busarus, Connolly Station, the Customs House, China Town, and the north city quays. This is a great area of Dublin with a huge diversity in things to do and see.
O’Connell Street the main street in Dublin is situated in Dublin 1. As well has having plenty of shops and restaurants it and the surround streets of Henry Street & Moore Street were the scene of most of the fighting that took place during the Easter Rising 1916.
Dublin’s Chinatown stretches from Parnell Street and then on to Caple Street. While not as big as many other cities there is still lots of restaurants here. If you want genuine Asian hospitality then you are going to love China Town Dublin. There is a great assortment of restaurants, take aways and even an Asian supermarket and a Karaoke Bar all within walking distance of one and other.
IFSC is the main business area of the city and home to many of the world biggest financial intuitions. Also in the IFSC are the Dublin Convention Centre and the 3 arena.
Our Picks in Dublin 1
Thekeycollection offers the following accommodation in the Dublin 1 area