Dublin is a place much sought after for both business and pleasure days away. The Emerald Isle is steeped in history and has a deserved reputation for its warm welcome and its open green spaces.
As its capital, Dublin, the most populous place in Ireland, still offers a much warmer welcome than most major cities. Here, people know how to enjoy themselves but also appreciate that the place is a haven for businesspeople too.
Dublin’s accommodation has an undeserved reputation for being mainly quaint little bed and breakfasts on the outskirts of the city. Anybody who wants to stay for a few days, and that’s most people, will need to stay in a single bedroom and come down to breakfast at a set time. Not only that, they may even have to be home at a certain time!
Most people would say that’s no way to enjoy Dublin!
Luxury holiday apartments in Dublin’s city centre are available as an alternative to the bed & breakfasts, but also to the multinational hotels that are available in Dublin.
These provide a much more laid back stay than can be achieved at most bed and breakfasts, and probably most hotels too.
For a start, luxury holiday apartments in the city centre are stocked with amenities that make them feel much more like home. No matter how comfortable a hotel is it is still difficult to feel at home amongst so many people.
Hotels may be in far better locations than most bed and breakfasts but luxury holiday apartments can certainly match them. They are also available in places like Temple Bar and Ballsbridge, providing valuable alternatives which may be preferable, depending on the itinerary of a visit.
It’s the content of these apartments that make them feel like a luxury home. All have gone through stringent checks to make sure they all have certain vital ingredients.
Tasteful decoration is a must, which puts them level with most high end hotels.
Flat screen TV and high speed Wi-Fi are another thing. The former is usually found at most hotels, as is the latter, but a lot of the time it comes with an unnecessary supplement.
Kitchen facilities are things which are rarely offered by any other kind of accommodation, especially facilities like this.
A fridge, cooker and microwave is compulsory, but so are all of the utensils required to cook almost any meal. Just like at home.
There are many advantages to this. Firstly, if staying for leisure purposes then there will most likely be a budget involved. This budget can easily be stretched by eating out every night or by eating dinner at the hotel. Having just one home cooked meal during a stay can end up saving a lot of money.
It’s a similar situation with business travellers too. Eating a meal at home can save a lot on the budget for a trip. The apartment can even double up as a meeting space, perhaps over dinner?
This is because not only do luxury holiday apartments have comfortable bedrooms, fully equipped kitchens and beautiful bathrooms. They also have a living space large enough to accommodate all of the people staying.
Again, this isn’t something that hotels are able to offer. It’s far less pleasurable to come back after a long day and have to perch on the end of the bed eating room service whilst watching TV.
It’s far more pleasurable to enjoy a home cooked meal in a dedicated dining area before adjourning to the lounge area and relaxing in front of a film, with a well earned drink!
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