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Dublin’s colourful Capel Street (pronounced KAY-pel) is an irresistibly rebellious neighbourhood nurturing the best in independent business north of the Liffey. The area is fiercely protective of its ‘start-up’ community and has managed to dodge the Global high-street staples giving it an undeniably local soul. Capel Street wears its heart on its sleeve. Once a highly desirable street and home to the mansions of the enviably wealthy, Capel Street has seen its share of change. In the 18 th Century as commerce and industry hit the city with a bang, Capel Street too developed two-bay buildings to meet the changing demands of a modern European hub. Today, the slim pavements and eclectic shop fronts of Capel Street tell the tale of a developing community arcing and twisting to meet the needs of its inhabitants. Ancient pubs, fascinating galleries, boutique bakeries and Globally-inspired eateries line this charismatic and achingly down- to-earth thoroughfare.
A stay in Capel Street is a short-cut to living like a local in Dublin. You’ll waste no time discovering the quirky and diverse outlets and diners befitting a global city. At the same time the Jervis shopping centre is just moments away playing host to all of your favourite high-street regulars. The southern end of Capel Street pours straight out onto the pretty River Liffey and picturesque Ha’penny Bridge to the east. While away the hours along the river’s romantic boardwalks taking in the quays. Stop at any number of Dublin’s lamp lit public houses for a pint of the black stuff and a trad session (a programme of traditional Irish music). The famous Temple Bar with its galleries and brasseries is just beyond the river. Check out our places to stay in Capel Street to secure your ideal serviced apartment.
Our serviced apartments in Capel Street are perfectly positioned to dive head-first into Dublin’s emerging fashion and foodie cultures as well as immerse yourself in the city’s rich history. The fascinating remnants of 900-year- old St Mary’s Abbey sit on the western side of Capel Street. Stunning exhibitions hosted by the Dublin Archaeological Society will transport you an Ireland under Tudor rule. Families will enjoy the fey whimsy of Dublinia and the National Leprechaun Museum hosting engaging interactive tours through Dublin’s mythical ancestory. Trendy pop-up stores and boutiques are the flavour of the day along the length of Capel Street. Our corporate accommodation in Capel Street is walking distance from hip Mary Street and Henry Street. You may not have time to sample every culinary wonder that this neighbourhood offers during your short terms stay in Capel Street, so hit Camerino for unforgettable cheesecake and Brother Hubbard’s Middle East Feast first.
A robust and reliable transport network will allow you to make the most of your extended stay in Dublin. An extensive bus network will allow you to navigate the inner city and outer suburbs of Dublin with ease. The Luas tram system is Dublin’s light-rail transit service ideal for guests of our Capel Street properties. Join the Red Line at Jervis tram stop to the east or Four Courts tram stop to the west. Take a scenic day out on the iconic DART (Dublin Area Rapid Transit). A swift regular service operating along the stunning Irish Sea coastline will take you from the heart of Dublin to pretty seaside towns such as Bray or Greystones. Taxis are good value and readily available throughout the city-centre.