Westpark Hotel & Suites Dublin

Naas Road, Citywest, Dublin, County Dublin, Ireland
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Accomodation

by CiaraHoo

Hi,

We would be interested in your opinion on New Row South, D8. Is it a safe area? Could I walk home at night?

Thank you,

Ciara

Re: Accomodation

by annemariebyrne

Yes, imo it's a safe area and yes it would be safe enough to walk home at night as long as you keep to the main streets and take all the usual precautions that apply to walking in a city at night.

Re: Accomodation

by poppy6488

D8 area of Dublin is as safe, or not, as anywhere else in the city.

Dublin has become a very cosmopolitan city but it has all the bad points as many other large cities have. There are junkies, pickpockets and opportunist thieves in every city, and Dublin has it's quota. They do not confine themselves to certain areas. Mobile phones have been snatched from people, as they are using them, day OR night.
I would not advise anyone to exercise caution and common sense at all times, an wouldn't recommend walking home at night.

Re: Accomodation

by CiaraHoo

Thanks Annemarie, we're looking at a property there on New Row South. Do you know anything else about the area? (We're from Tipperary!) I'm hoping to go to college in the city in September.

Thanks again.
Ciara

Re: Accomodation

by annemariebyrne

Hi Ciara,
I'm a Northsider but know people who live or have lived in that area without any problems. It is easy walking distance from the city centre. What college are you going to? Walking distance from college would be a consideration, if you're going to DIT in Bishop St, Griffith College, Dublin Business School or Trinity it would be fine. Camden St is nearby with lots of pubs, restaurants etc which would be of interst to students! National Concert Hall and Vicar St also walking distance but of course it depends on your interests, you haven't put any info on your profile. Let me know if you have any specific questions or interests.

Re: Accomodation

by poppy6488

"I would not advise anyone to exercise caution and common sense at all times, an wouldn't recommend walking home at night."

So sorry Ciara,excuse the error in my opinion above...omit the word NOT!! and I do not want to sound like it is a bad place at all, but know of bad experiences of friends who live in Dublin. Caution always, and I am sure you will enjoy your time there.

Travel Tips for Dublin

Polish People everywhere

by ZiOOlek

I visited Dublin in February 2005 and in September 2006 and it was possible to observe how many more Poles came to the city. It is said that about 20% of the population of Dublin is Polish. This was not that nice for me becasue I felt like in Poland, not like in Ireland.

However, the adventage was that I have already some good friends there and it is always great to meet and have fun togehter.:-)

Have a walk around Trinity...

by jillikins

Have a walk around Trinity College, and feel the antiquity of it's old buildings. The 'Book of Kells' is kept there in the Library. Just being there, the river,the wonderful lilting accent of the Irish, and of course, my first Guiness in an Irish Pub, always tastes the best.

Dublin Tip

by Jules_1

My fondest memory was the huge concert in Slane, County Meath. Some 90,000 people crammed into a paddock watching U2, Nelly Furtado, Moby, Red Hot Chilli Peppers and more, not to mention watching Ireland win the world cup qualifier.

St. Patrick´s Cathedral

by Mandy23

see St. Patrick´s Cathedral - it´s one of two Anglican cathedrals in Dublin. The main attractions in St Patrick's are the tombs of Jonathan Swift and his lover in the nave. The cathedral also contains the longest medieval nave in Ireland, and a stone slab, engraved with a Celtic cross, that covers the well from which St Patrick baptised the converts.

adress: St Patrick's Cathedral; St Patrick's Close; Off Clanbrassil Street; Dublin 8 It was the second time that I visited the Cathedral, but this time we stayed also during a mass which was quite interesting.

Dublin Tip

by Michael_D

St Patricks Cathedral. Not as ornate as most others in Europe but more meaningfull due to my heritage. Catholocism is of quintessential importance in Ireland and St Patrick's represents the center of faith in the country.Jonathan Swift (Gullivers Travels) was dean here from 1713 to 1745 and is buried within the walls.

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