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  • Directions: Custom House | Jurys Inn Hotels Ireland
    15 minutes Jurys Inn have 3 Dublin hotels near the 3Arena Book with us and enjoy ultimate comfort before and after the big event From Jurys Inn Custom House walk to the 3Arena in less than 15 minutes or take the tram from Georges Dock to the Point in less than 5 minutes All details available from our reception teams on the day of the event For details of current event listings take a look at their website City Guide Heuston Station 2 miles By Public Transport Bus Routes No 90 bus leaves you right outside the hotel on Custom House Quay Luas You take the red line service with destination The Point Then get off Luas at Georges Dock Cross the road and take a left Then take the first right turn down Exchange Place and this will lead you into the back entrance of the hotel Dublin Port 500m By Car Take the exit towards the city centre Jurys Inn Dublin Custom House is located 500m from the Point on the right hand side overlooking the River Liffey Dun Laoghaire Ferry Port 10 miles By Car Follow the signs towards the city centre After crossing the East Link Bridge turn left at the first roundabout Jurys Inn Dublin Custom House is located 500 meters on your right hand side Dublin Airport 5 miles By Public Transport The 747 Airlink bus is the quickest and least expensive way to get to us from Dublin Airport This bus is available from outside the arrivals hall at Dublin Airport and costs 6 one way or 10 return Travel time takes approximately 15 to 25 minutes depending on traffic This bus picks up directly outside the hotel for journeys to Dublin Airport and drops off just 50 meters from Jurys Inn Custom House when travelling from the airport Taxis are also available costing 25 to 30 each way By Car At Airport roundabout take 2nd exit to the M1 signposted M1 Dublin At roundabout take 2nd exit and join M1 signposted Dublin Continue straight ahead to Swords Road N1 signposted M1 City Centre entering Dublin At traffic lights continue straight ahead to Drumcondra Road Lower N1 signposted City Centre Exit for North Circular Road R101 continuing straight for 2km on Portland Row Seville Place and Guild Street The impressive Samuel Beckett Bridge will be straight ahead of you turn right before the bridge onto Custom House Quay Hotel is on the right hand side journey time is approximately 30 minutes depending on time of day Tip Take the Port Tunnel from Dublin Airport between from 10am for just 3 Hotel is 15 minutes drive Please note that the cost is 10 from 7am 10am On exiting the Port Tunnel continue forward until you come to roundabout at the O2 Arena take the last exit The river will be on your left hand side Continue forward past the Dublin Convention Centre and the Hotel is on your right hand side Connolly Station 200m

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  • Guide To Custom House, Dublin | Hotels in Dublin | Jurys Inn
    Co Louth and the sea to the east On a clear day you can see as far as the Mountains of Mourne in Co Down Visit the Howth Golf Club Website for more information Christ Church Cathedral Dublin s oldest building erected in 1038 was the centre of medieval Dublin Inside are a range of oddities and relics including the heart of St Laurence Dublin s patron saint Admission is 4 For more information phone 677 8099 or visit Christ Church Cathedral website Dublin City Hall Inside City Hall is an interesting exhibition about Dublin s history with historical items from the old city and multimedia presentations The building which dates from 1779 was recently renovated Guided tours are available Open Monday to Saturday 10am 5 15pm Sunday and holidays 2 5pm Phone 672 2204 Dublin Castle This is a joy for anyone interested in archaeology or history Dublin Castle was built in the 13th century on top of the foundations of a Viking structure The castle served as a military fortress prison court of law and the core of British administration in Ireland until 1922 It s now used for state functions and government conferences Guided tours are available Open Monday to Friday 10am 4 50pm Saturday Sunday and holidays 2 4 50pm Closed during state functions Admission is 4 50 Phone 677 7129 or 677 7270 http www dublincastle ie Kilmainham Jail Until the 1920s the British incarcerated and in 1916 after the Easter Rising executed Irish political prisoners at this site The jail was closed in 1924 and it is now a moving place to visit See the audiovisual show and take a guided tour Opening Times April September Daily 09 30 18 00 last admission at 17 00 October March Mon Sat 09 30 17 30 last admission at 16 30 Sunday 10 00 18 00 last admission at 17 00 Admission is 6 for adults 4 for seniors 2 for children and 14 for a family Inchicore Road Kilmainham 8 Phone 453 5984 Marsh s Library Just a few steps away from St Patrick s Cathedral is Ireland s oldest public library Founded by Archbishop Narcissus Marsh in 1701 this tiny gem is charming and well worth a visit for its collection of early books and manuscripts not to mention the cages used to confine readers in an effort to discourage theft of rare or valuable volumes Open Monday and Wednesday to Friday 9 30am 1pm and 2 5pm Saturday 10 00am 1pm Admission costs 2 50 for adults St Patrick s Close 8 Phone 454 3511 http www marshlibrary ie Trinity College The sole college of the University of Dublin Trinity was founded by Queen Elizabeth I in 1592 The reason most visitors venture to Trinity is to take a look at the Book of Kells the renowned illuminated manuscript created by monks around AD 800 It s one of the oldest books in the world and one of the most exquisite The Book

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  • Directions: Hotel Dublin, Parnell St | Jurys Inn Hotels Ireland
    The 3Arena o2 Concert Venue Jurys Inn have 3 Dublin hotels near the 3Arena formerly the o2 Arena in Dublin Book with us and enjoy ultimate comfort before and after the big event All details available from our reception teams on the day of the event You can get details of current event listings on the 3Arena website City Guide Heuston Station 3 2km Leave the station and take a left towards the city centre Follow the quays along the river Turn left onto O Connell Street Continue straight and turn left onto Parnell Street We are on the left Dun Laoghaire Ferry Port 8km Leave the station and cross Matt Talbot Bridge Turn right onto George s Quay Continue straight on Burgh Quay and then onto Aston Quay Turn right onto O Connell Street and at the end of that street take a left onto Parnell Street Jurys Inn Dublin Parnell Street is on your left Turn left onto George s Street Upper Turn right onto Marine Road Turn left onto Eblana Avenue Turn left onto Sussex Street Turn right onto George s Street Lower Continue straight on Cumberland Street Continue straight on Dun Laoighre Road Continue straight on Longford Place Continue straight on Monkstown Crescent Turn Left onto Carrickbrennan Road Bear left onto Monkstown Road Bear right onto Temple Hill Continue straight on Temple Road Continue straight on Frascati Road Continue straight on Rock Road Continue straight on Merrion Road Continue straight on Pembroke Road Continue straight on Northumberland Road Continue straight on Mount Street Lower Bear right onto Grattan Court East Bear right onto Grattan Street Turn left onto Hogan Place Continue straight on Fenian Street Bear right onto Sandwith Street Upper Bear left onto Pearse Street Turn right onto Tara Street Continue straight over Butt Bridge Continue straight on Beresford Place Continue straight on Abbey Street Lower Bear right onto Beresford Place Turn Left onto Gardiner Street Lower Turn left onto Sean MacDermott Street Lower Turn right onto Cumberland Street Bear left onto Britain Place Bear left onto Parnell Street Our hotel is located on the left Car Parking Parking is available only 5 min walk from hotel at Clerys Q Park Multi Storey Car Park located at Marlborough St Jurys Inn Hotel Guests can avail of discount rates as follows evening parking for 4 00 6pm midnight and 10 00 for 24 hour Ensure to get your ticket validated at the hotel reception and pay for your parking at the QPark Car Park Office located at the pedestrian entrance on Marlborough Street View driving directions form the hotel to the car park here Opening times and prices may change at the car park operator s discretion and as such the information is a guideline only Please check at the entrance to the car park to obtain exact prices opening times and closing times Tel 01 8748902 Web www q park ie Dublin Airport 8km By car Follow the signs for the city centre to the

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  • Guide To Parnell Street, Dublin | Hotels in Dublin | Jurys Inn
    in north east County Dublin Ireland The club features wonderful views over the city of Dublin south to Co Wickow north over Co Dublin and Co Louth and the sea to the east On a clear day you can see as far as the Mountains of Mourne in Co Down Christ Church Cathedral Dublin s oldest building erected in 1038 Christ Church Cathedral was the centre of medieval Dublin Inside are a range of oddities and relics including the heart of St Laurence Dublin s patron saint Dublin City Hall Inside Dublin City Hall is an interesting exhibition about Dublin s history with historical items from the old city and multimedia presentations The building which dates from 1779 was recently renovated Guided tours are available Dublin Castle This is a joy for anyone interested in archaeology or history Dublin Castle was built in the 13th century on top of the foundations of a Viking structure The castle served as a military fortress prison court of law and the core of British administration in Ireland until 1922 It s now used for state functions and government conferences Guided tours are available Open Monday to Friday 10am 4 50pm Saturday Sunday and holidays 2 4 50pm Closed during state functions Admission is 4 50 Phone 677 7129 or 677 7270 http www dublincastle ie Kilmainham Jail Until the 1920s the British incarcerated and in 1916 after the Easter Rising executed Irish political prisoners at this site The jail was closed in 1924 and it is now a moving place to visit See the audiovisual show and take a guided tour Opening Times April September Daily 09 30 18 00 last admission at 17 00 October March Mon Sat 09 30 17 30 last admission at 16 30 Sunday 10 00 18 00 last admission at 17 00 Admission is 6 for adults 4 for seniors 2 for children and 14 for a family Inchicore Road Kilmainham 8 Phone 453 5984 Marsh s Library Just a few steps away from St Patrick s Cathedral is Ireland s oldest public library Founded by Archbishop Narcissus Marsh in 1701 this tiny gem is charming and well worth a visit for its collection of early books and manuscripts not to mention the cages used to confine readers in an effort to discourage theft of rare or valuable volumes Open Monday and Wednesday to Friday 9 30am 1pm and 2 5pm Saturday 10 00am 1pm Admission costs 2 50 for adults St Patrick s Close 8 Phone 454 3511 http www marshlibrary ie Trinity College The sole college of the University of Dublin Trinity was founded by Queen Elizabeth I in 1592 The reason most visitors venture to Trinity is to take a look at the Book of Kells the renowned illuminated manuscript created by monks around AD 800 It s one of the oldest books in the world and one of the most exquisite The Book of Kells is on display at the Old Library and

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  • Hotel Rooms Edinburgh, The Carlton Hotel | Jurys Inn Hotels
    0 Room 6 1 2 3 1 0 1 2 0 Room 7 1 2 3 1 0 1 2 0 Room 8 1 2 3 1 0 1 2 0 Room 9 1 2 3 1 0 1 2 0 To make a group booking click here to complete our online form and a member of our team will be in touch to help you with your booking within 48 hours Promo Group Code SEARCH MENU My Booking Login Keep me logged in Forgot password Do not tick if on a shared device Summary Rooms City Guide Map Gallery Meetings Weddings Leisure Centre Food and Drink The Carlton Hotel Edinburgh North Bridge Edinburgh EH1 1SD Tel 44 131 472 3000 Email reservations carltonedinburgh com The Carlton Hotel Edinburgh is an affiliate hotel of Jurys Inn Email a Friend Name Your Name Their Name Their Email Comments Send Message Sent Successfully E mail another Friend Your Room at The Carlton Hotel Edinburgh The Carlton Hotel Edinburgh has 189 bedrooms in total and offers a range of spacious 4 star rooms to suit your purpose from a standard double to the Premium Double Room Each room has a private bathroom with Gilchrist and Soame toiletries All rooms feature free WiFi a work desk and satellite TV while our Premium rooms also provide bathrobe and slippers Some rooms in the hotel also offer views of Arthur s Seat Flat screen TV Radio Free WiFi Hair dryer Room service Desk WRAP UP WINTER with up to 20 off WRAP UP WINTER with up to 20 off Never miss our deals sales competitions Join Our Newsletter First Name E Mail Join Now Thank you for joining us You will now be the first to know about our fantastic offers We were unable to add

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  • Bar & Restaurant Edinburgh, North Bridge | Jurys Inn Hotels Scotland
    1 2 0 Room 5 1 2 3 1 0 1 2 0 Room 6 1 2 3 1 0 1 2 0 Room 7 1 2 3 1 0 1 2 0 Room 8 1 2 3 1 0 1 2 0 Room 9 1 2 3 1 0 1 2 0 To make a group booking click here to complete our online form and a member of our team will be in touch to help you with your booking within 48 hours Promo Group Code SEARCH MENU My Booking Login Keep me logged in Forgot password Do not tick if on a shared device Summary Rooms City Guide Map Gallery Meetings Weddings Leisure Centre Food and Drink The Carlton Hotel Edinburgh North Bridge Edinburgh EH1 1SD Tel 44 131 472 3000 Email reservations carltonedinburgh com The Carlton Hotel Edinburgh is an affiliate hotel of Jurys Inn Email a Friend Name Your Name Their Name Their Email Comments Send Message Sent Successfully E mail another Friend Food and Drink Relax in the superb setting of the Bridge restaurant and enjoy a range of international and classic cuisine complimented by a wide selection of wines from the hotel cellar Indulge yourself and someone you love to afternoon tea in the Bridge restaurant between 2pm and 5pm For a light snack or nightcap the Bridge bar features an elegant lounge and offers a range of fine wines as well as other drinks and snacks Room service is also available in the hotel Never miss our deals sales competitions Join Our Newsletter First Name E Mail Join Now Thank you for joining us You will now be the first to know about our fantastic offers We were unable to add you to our newsletter THIS TEXT WILL BE REPLACED WITH ERROR MESSAGE

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  • The Carlton Hotel Edinburgh: Meetings | Jurys Inn
    Centre Food and Drink Meetings at The Carlton Hotel Edinburgh 7 Meeting Rooms Free high speed WiFi Refreshments and Catering Can accomodate up to 220 delegates Call Email Make an Enquiry Let s get down to business If you are running a meeting conference seminar training day or presentation our experienced Meetings teams at the Carlton Edinburgh hotel will provide a reliable and friendly service to ensure your business event runs smoothly Where we are The Carlton Edinburgh is ideally located overlooking the Royal Mile and just a 3 minute walk from Waverley Railway Station What we offer The Carlton Edinburgh ensures efficient welcoming and value focused service to help you organise and run your meeting seminar or event Why we are the ideal venue The four star Carlton Edinburgh Hotel offers 7 fully equipped meeting and function rooms for your business needs and 189 spacious and stylish bedrooms to accommodate delegates or guests The largest room The Highland Suite can seat up to 220 delegates making it suitable for larger conventions or conferences while our 6 smaller meeting rooms offer flexible layouts for meetings training sessions and presentations Convert to Feet Convert to Metres Meeting Room Dimensions metres feet Area metres feet Floor Location Theatre Classroom U Shape Boardroom Banquet Dinner Dance Cabaret Buffet Daylight Wi Fi Sutherland Room 13x11x4 43x36x0 143 1 539 60 30 25 30 50 50 Y Y The Highland Suite 17x12x4 56x39x0 221 2 379 220 100 60 60 180 160 Y Y Trongate Room 12x6x2 39x20x0 0 0 50 30 30 30 40 Y Y Argyll Room 11x7x3 36x23x0 77 829 60 30 30 30 50 Y Y Perth Room 11x7x3 36x23x0 77 829 60 30 30 30 50 Y Y Boardroom 6x4x3 20x13x0 24 258 10 Y Y Boardroom 2 5x2x3 16x7x0

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  • Edinburgh Guide | Things to See & Do | Carlton Edinburgh Hotel
    its last owner and is filled with Eastern carpets intricate line engravings Crossley wool mosaics and Southern Italian furniture The exterior offers beautiful views from the garden overlooking Firth of Forth and Cramond Island The castle is only available by guided tours which run at 2pm Sunday to Thursday April to October and at the same time on weekends only November to March The tour costs 5 for adults and 3 for children and Lauriston Castle is a 15 minute drive from the hotel Holyrood Park Adventure onto the crags and hills of Holyrood Park Set high above the city with breath taking vistas of Edinburgh below the park offers a refreshing walk amongst the natural landscape as well as thousands of years of history and archaeology Head to Arthur s Seat the highest point of Holyrood at 251 metres above sea level for panoramic views of the city and beyond visit the medieval ruin of St Anthony s Chapel or enjoy the tranquillity of St Margret s Loch Holyrood Park offers a great day out for the whole family The Carlton Hotel is a 12 minute walk from Holyrood Park Craigmillar Castle Famously used by Mary Queen of Scots as a safe haven Craigmillar Castle is an impressive well preserved castle favoured as a royal retreat through the ages The historical 14 th century tower house not only offers scenic views of Edinburgh including Edinburgh Castle and Holyrood Park but is home to a fine great hall and Queen Mary s room Opening times and days depend on the time of year and admission costs 5 50 for adults and 3 30 for children Craigmillar Castle is a 12 minute drive from The Carlton Hotel Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh Set amongst 70 acres of lush landscaped grounds the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh is renowned for its horticultural excellence and provides a tranquil haven Just one mile 30 minutes by foot from the city centre the garden is filled with a range of different plants and flowers from around the world including wild origin Chinese plants a Scottish Heath Garden recreating the landscape of the highlands Rock Garden Herbaceous Border and the Queen Mother s Memorial Garden Explore the diverse range of glasshouses from the beautiful Victorian Temperate Palm House to the Rainforest Riches or stroll the Arboretum and Woodland Garden The garden is free to enter but the glasshouses admission costs 5 for adults children under 15 enter for free opening times for the garden and glasshouses vary depending on the time of year Culture Camera Obscura The World of Illusion A truly unique attraction the Camera Obscura show offers an unusual way to view the city learning about Edinburgh from entertaining and friendly guides who share stories of the city s past and present The world of illusions offers a range of hands on exhibitions playing with light illusions and the way we see the world from the magic gallery to the fun games stairway illusion lab Admission

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