Coffee Cup Dublin Leeson Street


The coffee revolution has well and truly hit Dublin in the last few years. It used to be that the only way to drink coffee was strong, black and from a jar but in the last 5 years there are more coffee shops than post offices in the city! Forget the big chain brands like Starbucks and Insomnia, we prefer a local shop where the staff get to know your ‘usual’ and make it exactly how you like it.
Here are our favourite coffee shops on this side of the city.

Bewleys Café A literal ins...

PREMIER SUITES Dublin Leeson Street


Christmas Shopping in Dublin If you haven’t started your shopping yet, it’s time to get a move on! Luckily a trip to Dublin City Centre is all it takes to shop for everyone. With the best in fashion, something special for your other half and plenty of toy shops for the little ones, Dublin is a shopping mecca. Here are the best areas to start to get your shopping well on its way. Grafton St Just a short stroll across the park, Grafton Street is one of Dublin’s main thoroughfares and...

Serviced apartments in Dublin on a summers day


For couples:
Leave the hustle and bustle of everyday life at the door and escape to one of our stylishly decorated suites in the heart of Dublin City Centre. Our apartments offer complete privacy so you can enjoy each other’s company without distractions. We are a stone’s throw from some of Dublin’s best fine dining restaurants so you can spend some romantic quality time together without travelling too far, or simply take a stroll down the picturesque main thoroughfare, Grafton S...

View over the river Liffey of the Halpenny bridge Dublin close to PREMIER SUITES PLUS Dublin Leeson Street


Although Dublin isn’t a large city in the grand scheme of things, we are lucky that almost every inch of it is filled with culture, history and beauty. We have put together a list of what we recommend you do to make the most out of your day while staying with us on the south side of Dublin’s bustling city centre. Breakfast Start your day off right with a hearty breakfast from Metro Café . Open since 1996 Metro have perfe...


The first signs of winter arriving in Dublin are in October when decorations for Halloween start adorning the windows of the shops. By December, Christmas in Dublin is exactly how one would envisage a truly December time, twinkling delights decorating the streets, the smell of cookies and wine spreading the aroma in the house and the warm family gatherings.
Being in Dublin for Christmas is one of the best decisions that you would have ever made, wondering why? In this blog we share wi...