The Luck of the Irish

The Luck of the Irish

 There’s more to the Emerald Isle  than stout cake and Guinness.  With cultural hotspots galore,  we succumb to Dublin’s charm


A private butler will cater to your every whim in the exquisite 2,000 square foot penthouse, with rooms so plush you may never leave.
The Fitzwilliam Hotel, 2 St. Stephen’s Green



Book in for a post-retail restyle at our salon in hip shopping district Dundrum. Toni&Guy, Unit 3/ 4, Dundrum Town Centre



Follow the locals to this lively pub for one of their famous Irish cheddar cheese toasties and a tasty pint of porter. Grogan’s Castle Lounge, 15 William Street South


Celebrated artist Francis Bacon’s beloved art studio was moved piece by piece  from London and painstakingly recreated here. Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane, Charlemont House, Parnell Square North



Prepare for a serious case of buyer’s remorse at this designer fashion mecca. Brown Thomas, 88-95 Grafton Street



Once you’ve browsed the book store in this quirky concept eatery, sit down to a hearty plate of cockles with brown shrimp toast. The Winding Stair, 40 Lower Ormond Quay 


Admire breathtaking panoramic views over the city while sampling the black stuff at this heaving bar and top tourist attraction.  Gravity Bar, Guinness Storehouse, St James’s Gate

  • Words: Bethan King

  • Photography: Dublin Tourism Authority, Miguel Mendez, William Murphy