Serviced Apartments Docklands Dublin

Serviced Apartments Docklands

Docklands is an area located in the southeast of Dublin, Ireland. It is beautifully nestled by the River Liffey on both sides. Docklands is one of the largest business hubs of Dublin after the International Finance Service Center or IFSC extended their business to the Docklands area in the late 20th and early 21st century. 

Therefore, several business travellers visit Docklands every year. Nevertheless, the ambience of the area attracts tourists who love to dive into the waters or look for some adventure. To offer a homely atmosphere, we provide you with well-furnished serviced apartments Docklands according to your tastes and needs.

Top Serviced Apartments Docklands

If you are looking for Docklands rental apartments, then these serviced apartments are suitable for your stay. Not only are they well designed and well furnished, but you get the best services from our Apartments, along with the top-class amenities like a fully equipped kitchen, comfortable furniture, the latest appliances, a separate working area, and free Wi-Fi. Also, they offer you longer stays according to your requirements. One important advantage of staying in these apartments is the location. 

Where to Stay in Docklands

If you are looking for a safe, secured, and comfortable stay in serviced apartments Docklands, it's no more difficult. These areas are developing rapidly, and are transforming into residential areas. There are several hotels near the 3Arena concert value and close to the Convention centre in the Dublin Docklands. On the southern bank of River Liffey, one can find several accommodations on Cardiff Lane and Grand Canal Square.

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Facts about Docklands

Here are some interesting facts about Docklands.

  • The Docklands area is spread over 520 hectares stretching to the North and South of the River Liffey.
  • In the late 20th and early 21st century, International Finance Services Centre extended their Dublin's business to this part. And, by 2008, there were nearly 599 enterprises in Docklands.
  • A 66-hectare Docklands area is under the North Lotts and Grand Canal Dock SDZ Planning Scheme.
  • Since 2014, Docklands has made rapid development, and overcome the difficulties faced due to the post-2008 Irish economic downturn. The property value rose. 
  • In the 21st century, several new infrastructures were constructed, including the Samuel Beckett Bridge, LUAS Docklands extension area, BordGais Energy Theatre, 3Arena, and the Convention Center in Dublin Docklands.
  • Some of the completed projects in Docklands are Spencer Dock, Point Village, Grand Canal Dock, Central Canal Linear Park, Royal Canal Linear Park, and Dublin Landings.
  • There are four local stations in Docklands under DART (Dublin Area Rapid Transport) rail service.

Weather in Docklands

The climate of Dublin Docklands is oceanic, and it remains cool and humid throughout the year. The best time to visit this part is between June and August, to enjoy mild weather conditions.

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