Offering one, two and three bedroom apartments in Dublin city centre, Spencer Dock Corporate Apartments unite convenience and functionality. Ideal for extended stays in the city, Spencer Dock is largely populated by young professionals and members of the Irish middle classes.
Furnished to impeccable standards throughout, Spencer Dock Corporate Apartments exude a subtle elegance. The interior is illuminated by natural light, while the balconies offer a serene space to unwind and watch the city pass by after a long day’s work. The living space, containing a large sofa, home entertainment system and coffee table, is given character by tasteful art that hangs from the wall. The kitchen contains all of the necessary appliances and utensils for self-contained living, which is ideal for large groups during extended stays.
Each bedroom is designed to ensure that guests receive a great night’s sleep. Additionally, each bedroom contains ample storage space, a bedside cabinet and a double bed. The bathrooms feature both bathing and showering facilities. A stay in Spencer Dock Corporate Apartments comes with complimentary Wi-Fi, a regular cleaning service, secure entry system and a concierge.
A stroll around the surrounding area will give guests a taste of contemporary and traditional Ireland. Contemporary Ireland’s growth has been inspired by the roar of the Celtic Tiger, but many of Dublin’s historical landmarks remain in posterity.
Dublin contains countless museums dedicated to the history of Ireland within proximity to the Spencer Dock Corporate Apartments- The Writer’s Museum, The Museum of Science and the National Museum of Ireland are a short journey away and offer intellectually stimulating afternoons.
The River Liffey Quay, decorated by modern artwork, provides several fashionable restaurants and cafes that are ideal for an evening’s entertainment. Temple Bar, ten minutes away from the apartments, also offers an exciting evening’s entertainment.
The LUAS station, located outside the apartment, offers easy access to IFSC, Trinity College, the Zoo, Jameson Distillery and Guinness Store House.