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Sandwiched between the busy fare of Dame Street and the Liffey, Temple Bar is the city’s main cultural and entertainment district, with narrow cobbled streets and old warehouses which are occupied by short-lease studios, workshops and boutiques. Nowadays, as well as having more galleries and arts centres than you can shake a paintbrush at – even the helpful Temple Bar Information Centre on Essex Street East houses a small exhibition space for independent, “no-grants” artists. For serviced apartments in Dublin with a creative edge, then look no further.

Serviced apartments in Temple Bar

Standing along such a busy and popular tourist point - your apartment is a welcome haven away when you want to simply relax. Featuring high-quality bedrooms, living areas (including dining tables) and a fully-fitted kitchen. Stay for Business or Leisure and enjoy the spacious and well designed serviced apartments with true home-away-from-home feel. Your commute will be a joy due to the ample public transport options nearby (trams being the most popular way to zip around) - whilst inside, modern decor flows effortlessly throughout the property, featuring spacious and comfortable bedrooms, LCD TVs and en-suite bathrooms.

Culture & shopping in Temple Bar

Temple Bar shelters a huge number of restaurants, pubs and clubs, engendering a notoriously raucous nightlife scene that attracts more outsiders than Dubliners - extremely popular with tourists and travellers alike. You will find yourself surrounded by culture and places to visit - all in walking distance from your serviced apartment in Temple Bar! Temple Bar Gallery and Studios are perfect for art buffs, whilst Ha’penny Bridge and the Irish Houses of Parliament stand proud. The area is literally alive with independent shops and more familiar flagship stores, including 100s of places to eat!

Getting around in Temple Bar

The beauty about Temple Bar is that the majority of places are all within walking distance! Known for it social atmosphere, this really is the place to be. Unlike other parts of Dublin's city centre, the area is promoted as Dublin's cultural quarter and has a lively nightlife that is popular with tourists, so whether you are on a short term stay in Temple Bar or on an extended stay in Dublin, you will always have plenty of options when it comes to travel! Trams and cabs can be found all over the area and are not hard to locate.