Our Popular Hotel near the Guinness Storehouse is located just 20 minutes drive away.
The Guinness Storehouse, located at St. James Gate Brewery in Dublin, is Ireland’s Number 1 visitor attraction and was voted Europe’s Best Tourist Attraction in September 2015.
In addition to a state-of-the-art interpretative visitor attraction which vividly explains the history of Guinness since its founder Arthur Guinness first established the brewery in 1759, it also has The Gravity Bar where you can taste the famous “Black Stuff” with a 360 degree view of Dublin City.
Our Top Dublin Hotel is perfect for trips to this highly popular tourist attraction in Dublin.
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