Park Plaza Tyrrelstown Hotel

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Church Street, Dublin, County Dublin, Ireland
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Satisfaction Very Good
Excellent
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130
Very Good
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115
Average
11%
37
Poor
6%
19
Terrible
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9

Value Score Great Value!

Costs 31% less than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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  • Couples75
  • Solo87
  • Business77

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Rugby, Hurling or Gaelic football

by schmechi

I'll be in Ireland from May, 16th till May 22nd and I'd love to watch one of the typical Irish sports... I'll definitely stay in Dublin and Galway and perhaps I'll visit Limerick too... Unfortunately I am completely lost trying to evaluate schedules and possible locations.

Could anybody give me a quick overview about the league system and my prospective opportunities?

Re: Rugby, Hurling or Gaelic football

by CHLuke

If you try this section on GAA website, it will let you know locations of matches in a given month: http://www.gaa.ie/fixtures-and-results/national-fixtures/search-results/

Ditto with rugby, but you could be out of luck as they'll be coming to end of season: http://www.irishrugby.ie/rugby/provincial_results_and_fixtures_index.php

CH Luke

Re: Rugby, Hurling or Gaelic football

by annemariebyrne

I’ve consulted a friend who is a rugby fan and who knows about these things but she says that at present it’s too early to say. The semi-finals of the Magners League will be on the weekend of 16th May. As for who will be playing and where: if Munster do well and end up in the semi-final they will more than likely play in Thomond Park, Limerick. Likewise Leinster could be in a semi-final that same weekend, possibly in the RDS, Dublin
Nearer the date tickets can be booked through www.ticketmaster.ie or www.leinsterrugby.ie
Further info on www.magnersleague.com
If you need it I can get up-to-date info from my friend nearer the date if you check back with me. Anne Marie

Travel Tips for Dublin

Have iPhone plus free wifi = no need for cafes

by bcorbitt

I have an american iPhone and even though bought 20mb plan for international that goes fast considering the data hogging nature. Good thing Dublin has plenty of free wi-fi spots. Even the gravity bar at the guiness brewery gives you ten free minutes which is plenty of time to check email and update the new york times. The Supermac on O'donnel street is a convient place to get free wi-fi. Most hotels including the budget one I stayed at provide free wi-fi. Only time used internet cafes was to steal some power from the USB since iphones come with handy USB charger ability. Ease of walking around and friendliness of people though having map feature and gps on iphone comes in handy since streets can change names like every three blocks in this city.

Grey Skies but Green Spirits

by lolitajane

When you get to Dublin on a rainy & cloudy day you think that your trip is going to be spoilt by the damn weather --Well, none of that happens. Despite the bad weather, Dublin is a fantastic, eclectic city, and you get to like it as it is... I remember that night at the Gogarty Pub, singing songs with a group of drunk & friendly Scots and chatting & sharing memories with a couple from Philadelphia and a guy from Glasgow. We had such a great time I'll never forget that day.

Information

by lina112

The Dublin Tourism Centre is located just past Grafton Street on Suffolk Street, here you can pick up free information leaflets and get personal advice on: things to do, what's on, places to visit and to eat and drink. Browse the shop for a wide choice of local books and maps, postcards, prints, gifts and souvenirs.

Irish Literature

by agarcia

One of the most remarkable artistic legacies of the island, along with the music, is the literature. It somehow surprising that a country of the size of Ireland had been able to produce four Noble laureates (until now)…. Dublin is packed with literary references, such as the Oscar Wilde house (placed in front of Merrion Square). Nor to mention that this city is the scenario for Ulysses, one of my all time favorite novels.

Famous Irish People

by IrishFem

Bram Stoker.. 1847 - 1912.. Author of DRACULA.. only after his death did the count receive lasting immortality..Born in Dublin, he started career as an unpaid drama critic for the Dublin Evening Mail, the newspaper of that time.

Oscar Wide... his famous plays... The Importance of Being Earnest... Lady Windermeresfan.. his adapted movie... an Ideal Husband.. lets face it girls... is there such a man...

George Bernard Shaw.. (1856- 1950) who's work dominated the theatre and who as is said, hated Dublin,moved to London to be with his mother... his plays were banned in Dublin for blasphemy and and obscenity.. he was awarded the nobel prize for literature in 1925.. he later adapted the musical My Fair Lady... my fellow country man whom we still love and admire..

James Larkin, ( 1876- 1947)
He was the founder of the Irish Transport and General Workers Union. He played a influential and heroic role in laying the foundations of the trade union movement in Ireland. His statue can been seen in O'Connell Street.

Sean O'Casey (1880-1964)
Dublin born writer. Sean was a self educated labourer. He wrote 3 plays the Shadow of Dunma, Juno and the Paycock and the Plough and the Stars all of which were produced by the Abbey Theatre. His plays are his own experiences during the Easter rising, the Civil War and the War of Independence.

Jonathan Swift (1667- 1745) Novelist and clerygman. Born in Dublin. His most famous work was Gullivers Travels . In 1714 he was appointed Dean of St Patrick's cathedral in Dublin where he held that post shortly before his death.

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 Park Plaza Tyrrelstown Hotel

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Address: Church Street, Dublin, County Dublin, Ireland