Last month we published our ‘Virtual Tour of London’ and it was so popular that we’re now heading to Dublin. Our 3D virtual tours allow you to explore a venue as if you’re walking through it in person. So, you can discover little details, visualise your event or just be a bit nosey.
We’ll be hitting up our favourite restaurants, bars and hotels for a whistle-stop tour of this vibrant city, so sit back and enjoy the ride.
It’s almost like commuting again (right?). Our first stop is Us&Co, a brilliant shared workspace in the city centre.
The venue offers private offices, fixed desks and hot desks in a prestigious and professional environment with a relaxed vibe.
All meeting rooms are high tech with fast WiFi and easy connectivity to large high definition screens. The Club Space is great for networking and can be hired for events with or without catering for up to 65 people.
Cafe En Seine
Most things are better with a cocktail, I think we can all agree on that. So, we have to take a visit to Cafe En Seine. Nestled in the heart of Dublin’s city centre on Dawson Street, Cafe en Seine was established in 1993 and is as popular now as it was then.
The beautiful, newly designed space features several dining experiences, along with a host of bars, bespoke event areas and a stunning indoor Parisian street garden.
And as for the cocktails, the menu has been specially curated with the team behind Crucible, London to ‘enhance specific moments and experiences within the venue, from the physical surroundings to the music and the service, making each drink memorable.’ Sounds pretty good to us.
Feeling peckish? We’re heading to Hang Dai next for some pretty special Chinese food.
Determined to pass even the strictest ‘Grandma taste test’, Hang Dai specialises in roast duck and dumplings but everything on the menu is delicious.
Hidden behind an unassuming door that looks like a takeaway, the restaurant’s interiors are quite something too. Train carriage booths, a light-up dancefloor ceiling and of course, a disco ball – need we say more?
The main restaurant, Gold Bar and terrace are all available for hire for private parties. All we ask is you invite us along too!
A tour wouldn’t be complete with a visit to this iconic stadium.
The national stadium and home to the Gaelic Athletic Association, it’s a sporting behemoth but it’s also a unique meeting and events venue that prides itself on sustainability.
It has 110 spaces available, facilities for virtual and hybrid events, a 232 room hotel – all 5 minutes from the city centre and 15 from the airport. There’s plenty to explore, so take a look.
Light House Cinema
Next up is the Light House Cinema. Remember cinemas?
The Light House Cinema is a vibrant cultural space, that plays host to some of Ireland’s most prestigious film festivals. With four screens, a bar and cafe built into an underground car park, it’s far from ordinary too.
With a focus on cutting edge cinematic experience, it’s ideal for product launches, private screenings and corporate events.
The Marlin Hotel
It’s time to rest your weary head after a hard day’s touring. And, The Marlin Hotel is the perfect place.
The hotel’s philosophy is ‘just the right space, everything in its place.’ Everything is perfectly created for a relaxed, restful break whether you are staying for work or leisure.
With 300 rooms, a co-working space and a number of places to eat, drink and be merry, it’s a perfect place to end our tour.