The Top 5 Hotel Bars in Dublin

Dublin will pull out all the stops for Web Summit. For more info on hotels call +353 1  4433104.

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Dublin is famous for its nightlife and pub culture. So it’s no surprise that we’ve discovered that some of the most valuable networking experiences people have had at Web Summit have been in the bar at their hotels at the end of a long day. So here’s some of the most renowned hotel bars in Dublin, each one offering something unique but all sure to provide a setting where those lasting business connections are created.

The Gresham – Toddy’s Bar 

A pint of Guinness is as smooth as silk at this Dublin landmark. Located on the famous O’Connell Street, The Gresham is placed perfectly for you to watch the hustle and bustle of the city go by. Sit back and enjoy a pint of the black stuff while chatting to other Web Summit attendees. 

 The Gibson Hotel – Hemidemisemiquaver Bar

Located on the third floor of the hotel with a gorgeous panoramic view of the Dublin docklands, this hotel is seconds away from the tramline connecting you to the rest of Dublin nightlife.

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The Double Tree by Hilton – B Bar

A great sports bar showing US sports all night long. B Bar will be one of the central networking hubs of Web Summit, meaning you never know who you’ll meet over a drink.

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The Morgan Hotel – The Cocktail Bar

One of the best cocktail bars in Temple Bar – its stunning interior is a sublime statement of this hotel’s stylish intent.

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The Harding Hotel 

Located in the historical Christchurch area, this bar is considered by many to be the best traditional Irish hotel bar and offers a true Dublin pub experience.

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For more info on hotels call +353 1  4433104.

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