Dublin, the capital of Ireland is not just limited to tourist attractions but is also a home for many companies alike. Many people travel to Dublin for both holidays and business purposes, thus gaining the title of ‘Global City’ in the year 2018, by Globalisation and World Cities Research Network. This ‘Tech Capital of Europe’, as it is popularly known as, is a headquarters to many companies or has an operational base, which means, the city sees a huge number of visitors thronging for business purposes and client meetings.
Though there are many hotels and corporate houses to accommodate business visitors, there are other exclusive options like apartments to rent for one night, ideal for those who are staying for a limited time but want a taste of the good life. These apartments are found all over the city, and are always in high demand. They are luxurious and make for a perfect short-term retreat for those who crave for high-class and standards of service. TheSqua.re offers a distinct blend of urban style and luxury apartments to rent for one night in Dublin, all of which are located in prime locations across the city. Business travellers, for example, can opt to stay in Docklands, where the apartments are located right in its heart and close to businesses, whereas those travelling for leisure can stay near the likes of Temple Bar or in the centre.
TheSqua.re’s apartments feature all the facilities that one expects from a modern and fully equipped space, whilst also being delicately designed so that even one night in the apartment can be as memorable or cosy as requires. These apartments boast a plush living space, bedroom, well-maintained bathroom and a kitchen that has up-to-date utensils for those that love to cook a scrumptious meal before hitting the bed or after exploring the nightlife of the city.
Whatever the reason for the short visit is, guests should get a glimpse of a few attractions, however tight the schedule. They should visit Aquazone Aquatic Centre to see the beautiful marine creatures, watch what’s in store at the Little Museum of Dublin, take an evening kayaking tour at the Liffey River, get free entertainment along the streets of Temple Bar, Grafton and Henry where they can listen to street performers rendering live music. Animal lovers can enjoy greyhound racing that takes place at Shelbourne Park Stadium. If visiting Dublin on Thursdays, guests should head towards National Gallery of Ireland, which is open on longer hours during this day, or take a stroll at any of the nearby parks Phoenix Park that is open 24/7.
Shopaholics do not need a reason to not to shop, even a minute’s spare time is enough for them to grab a few items for them and their friends. Be it malls, shopping centres, departmental stores or even open markets, there is no dearth when it comes to shopping options in Dublin. Henry Street is a landmark place for shopping, as tourists get to witness Dublin’s biggest and oldest departmental store and also a variety of stuff to the shop, the epicentre of Dublin shopping – Grafton Street, which is filled with a small store to a luxury boutique and Brown Thomas, a synonym for luxury shopping. Apart from these, they can visit – George’s Street Arcade, The Harlequin, and Temple Bar to name a few.
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