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Old Jameson Distillery
Bow St, Dublin 7
Experience one of the top attractions in Dublin, as rated by Trip Advisor

Dublin Castle
2 Palace St
Dublin 2

In continuous occupation since its establishment in 1204 AD, Dublin Castle has played a prominent role in Ireland's history.

Irish Museum of Art

Royal Hospital
Kilmainham, Dublin 8

Ireland's leading national institution for the collection and presentation of modern and contemporary art.

Kilmainham Goal
Inchicore Road
Kilmainham, Dublin 8

One of the largest unoccupied gaols in Europe, covering some of the most heroic and tragic events in Ireland's emergence as a modern nation from 1780s to the 1920s.

Christchurch Cathedral
Dublin 8

The cathedral of the United Dioceses of Dublin and Glendalough and the cathedral of the Ecclesiastical province of the United Provinces of Dublin and Cashel in the Church of Ireland.

St Patricks Cathedral
St Patrick's Close
Dublin 8

Built in honour of Ireland’s patron saint, Saint Patrick Cathedral stands adjacent to the famous well where tradition has it Saint Patrick baptized converts on his visit to Dublin

Dublin’s Writers Museum

Features a history and celebration of Irish literary life. Dublin’s literary celebrities from the past three hundred years are brought to life through their books, letters, portraits and personal items.

Chester Beatty Library

Dublin Castle

Described by the Lonely Planet as not just the best museum in Ireland, but one of the best in Europe,

Dublin City Hall
Dame St, Dublin 2

An outstanding example of the Georgian architecture for which Dublin is world-renowned.

The O2

North Wall Quay
Dublin 2

The Aviva

Lansdowne Road

Croke Park

Jones Road
Dublin 3

The Gaiety
South King Street
Dublin 2

Bord Gais Energy Theatre
Grand Canal Square
Dublin 2

Royal College of Surgeons
123 St Stephens Green
Dublin 2

The Abbey Theatre
26 Abbey Street Lower,

The Mansion House
Dawson St
Dublin 2

The Little Museum of Dublin

15 St. Stephens Green

Tells the story about Ireland’s capital city in the 20th century.

Viking Splash

Stephen’s Green North
(01) 707600

Tour of Dublin on both wet and dry land.

Guinness Storehouse

St. James’s Gate

National Museum of Ireland

Ireland’s premier cultural institution and home to the great collections of Irish material heritage, cultural, and natural history in the world.

National History- Merrion St. Dublin 2
Decorative Arts & History- Collins Barracks, Benburb Street, Dublin 7
Archaeology- Kildare St. Dublin

Trinity College Dublin

College Green, Dublin 2

Dundrum Town Centre

Sandyford Rd Dublin 16

Dublin, Ireland's biggest and best centre for shopping, restaurants, movies and theatre.

St. Stephen’s Green Shopping Centre

100 outlets under 1 roof.

Kilkenny Shop

6-15 Nassau Street, Dublin 2

Largest emporium of Irish designed contemporary gifts in Ireland, and boasts of very proud reputation and history. Also had award winning restaurant overlooking the grounds of Trinity College.


12 Henry Street, Dublin 1

Ireland favourite department store; top designers and high street brands.

Brown Thomas

88 Grafton Street, Dublin 2
(01) 6056666

Ireland’s premier lifestyle and fashion store. Featuring designer clothes, jewellery, watches, living.

Avoca Handweavers

Suffolk Street
(01) 6774215

7 level mini department store, with colour and fresh thinking, it also has a cafe at the top of the spread a foodhall, deli and coffee shop on the basement level. There’s a secret rooftop garden somewhere in the middle!

Powerscourt Centre

59 South William Street

Antiques, Fashion, Jewellery, Plants, Flowers, Weddings.

The Bailey

1-4 Duke Street, Dublin 2
(01) 6794939

Modern, trendy bar located in the heart of the city centre

The Duke

9 Duke Street, Dublin 2
(01) 6799553

Situated on historical Duke St. Named after 2nd Duke of Grafton. Providing liquid refreshment and sustenance since 1822.

The Hairy Lemon

Stephen Street Lower
(01) 6718949

Great traditional pub, serves lunch and dinner. Was named after one of the cities great characters who was a dog catcher in the 1950s.


Harry Street, Dublin 2
(01) 6775362

3 Great bars under 1 roof, live music, loud music and great food.


Dawson Street
(01) 9022908

Brilliant, Classical decor, intimate piano bar. Full of great atmosphere.

Cafe En Seine

Dawson Street
(01) 6774567

Continental and Stylish Bar that brings you back to the heady days of the early 19th century Paris with excellent food and drink from noon to late.

Rustic Stone

South Georges Street
(01) 7079596

Tasty, Nutritious, and innovative cuisine that is accessible to all.


80 Aungier Street
(01) 4757511

Monday – Saturday 5pm – Late


23 Upper Pembroke Street
(01) 6761494

Award winning Restaurant which is now one of Ireland premier food destination


16 St. Stephens Green


119 St. Stephens Green
American Style Steakhouse and Seafood Restaurant.


1st floor Fitzwilliam hotel
128 St. Stephen’s Green
(01) 4787008
12.30-21.30 Tuesday- Saturday

O'Callaghan Stephen's Green Hotel

1-5 Harcourt Street (off Stephen’s Green)
Dublin 2

How to get from

Location & Contact

Hotel near Stephen’s Green & Grafton Street

Welcome to the O’Callaghan Stephen’s Green Hotel ideally located near St Stephen’s Green Park, Temple Bar and Grafton Street in the very heart of Dublin.


Our central Dublin hotel is located 16kms from Dublin International Airport or approximately 23 minutes when travelling off peak by car/taxi.

Via Airlink (between 30 - 60 minutes):

The Airlink 757 is a new route from Dublin Bus which serves the south side of Dublin City, and goes as far as Camden (Charlotte Way and Harcourt Street), with stops at Grand Canal Dock, Pearse Street, Merrion Square, St. Stephen’s Green, Earlsfort Terrace and Adelaide road.

There is a stop beside the Davenport, Mont Clare, Alexander and Stephen’s Green Hotel.

Buses are every 20 minutes and tickets are €6 for a single or €10 return.

View timetable here.

Via Taxi (up to 30 minutes):
There is a taxi rank at the airport just outside the main door of Terminal 1 and Terminal 2. You can easily get a taxi from here at day or night and it will cost approximately €25.00/€30.00 depending on traffic.

Via Car (up to 30 minutes):
You can travel via the city centre or the toll bridge. At peak times we recommend going via the toll.


From Heuston Station a taxi will take approximately 10 minutes to the hotel.


The Stephens Green Hotel is located in Dublin city centre and there are a number of bus routes which pass the hotel, please contact reception for advice on which bus is most suitable for your journey.


The LUAS Green line passes the hotel and the line terminates at St Stephens green across the road from the hotel. The Green lines services destinations such as Ranelagh, Dundrum Town Centre and Sandyford business park/ For LUAS timetable and stops please follow this link.


Via Car (up to 20 minutes):
The hotel is located approx 8km from Dun Laoghaire ferry terminal, approximately 17 minutes by car.

When you arrive in Dun Laoghaire, take DART rail service in the direction of the city centre to Pearse Street station which is closest to the hotel. A taxi from Pearse Street station to the hotel will take approximately 7 minutes.


Via Car (up to 20 minutes):
Dublin Ferry Terminal is 7km from the hotel, approximately 18 minutes by car via the quays


Royal College of Surgeons, Q Park
The Royal College of Surgeons car park is a two minute walk from the hotel.

The new tariffs for our guests as of the 15th August 2015 are the following:

Hourly Rate of EUR 4.00

24 Hour Rate of EUR 17.50

Evening/Overnight Rate of EUR 10.00 from 5pm until 10am

You can use the space in front of the hotel to stop and briefly drop bags into the lobby. This is not a parking area just a drop off zone.

Head northwest on Harcourt Street towards St Stephens’s Green and continue straight onto St Stephens’s Green. Turn left onto York Street then turn right onto Mercer Street Lower. Take the 1st right and your destination will be on your left.

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O'Callaghan Stephen's Green Hotel
1-5 Harcourt Street (off Stephen’s Green)
Dublin 2, Ireland

T: +353 1 607 3600
F: +353 1 661 5663

GPS co-ordinates:
53.3372096; -6.2631582

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