Le Cirk Boutique Hotel

32 Dame Street, Dublin, Ireland
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  • Couples63
  • Solo83
  • Business75

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Le Cirk Hotel

by ksmi

Does anyone know anything about the Le Cirk Hotel on Dame St.? I can't find a web-site or e-mail and they are only on one booking agent that I have seen. I think it is fairly new. We would like to visit in mid-May for our first time to Ierland. ken

Re: Le Cirk Hotel

by leics

Hotel website with contact info here:


It is fairly new, but I found it listed by plenty of booking agents when I googled.

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Travel Tips for Dublin

Enjoy a sunny evening in St Stephen's Green

by agarcia

Dublin in a sunny day; what could be better than that? As the rain in this city is the norm, not the exception, even the faintest sunray is celebrated with joy. And maybe the best place for an unusual Irish sunbathing is in the wonderful St. Stephen's Green park, where locals and visitors join together looking for a quite place to have lunch. During my five days in Dublin, not only it didn't rain, but also I could enjoy the sun light for the first time this year. I wasn't expecting such a generous weather on those latitudes, but certainly I was more than happy in not using my umbrella any single time... I missed my sunglasses, though ;-)

Visit Trinity College.

by KiwiRob

Drinking, way too much drinking, but then I did visit for New Years. The people are incredible, some of the nicest people I have ever met anywhere. Go visit some of the small local pubs outside the city centre.


by drolkar

Visit CHRISTCHURCH CATHEDRAL... the cathedral of Norse Dublin, founded in 1038 by King Sitric. Denied recognition by the Gaelic Irish Church, its Bishops were consecrated by Cantebury and were then subject to them for the next 124 years. Following the Reformation the Cathedral became a Church of Ireland establishment. (Also - 'Strongbow', the Norman adventurer who conquered Dublin, is buried here.)


by IrishFem

Normally we are so tight over here that no one leaves a tip. However, we are starting to take our hands out of our pockets and leave at least a 15% of the total bill.. Of course that is if your happy with the service... Most Irish people don't complain enough and therefore the service won't change. Normally in hotels expect a service charge of between 10 and 15%, this however does not always go to the person that has served you so if the service was good you might want to leave them a tip. No tipping takes place in pubs unless you have someone serve you, it really depends on what you want to leave that person, anything from 1 Euro to 5 depending on how many people you are. Taxi men do expect a tip but l believe they make enough money and never tip them having heard all the excuses of not having change etc. This has changed and you do get a receipt if you want one. Always best to ask as there are some Taxi men out there just looking for tourists to rob...if you feel the taxi man deserves a tip about 10% of the bill is the norm. In hotels porters expect about 1 to 2 euros.

National Museum
Kildare st....

by ciaramalone

National Museum
Kildare st. Dublin 3.
Divided into three sections- Irish Antiquities, Art and Industrial, and Natural History (which is entered from Merrion Square), the National Museum was opened in 1890, and much of the original collection was made up of bequests from the Royal Irish Academy, the Royal Dublin Society and Trinity College. The National Antiquities section comprises the finest collection of early European Christian art. Among the most impressive pieces are the Ardagh Chalice, the cross of Cong and the Tara Brooch. The Natural History section has a complete collection of the prehistoric giant Irish deer, known as Irish elk.


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 Le Cirk Boutique Hotel

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Le Cirk Boutique Dublin

Address: 32 Dame Street, Dublin, Ireland