Shopping in Dublin City Centre

The Central Hotel Shopping Districts – Dublin

 

Grafton Street & St. Stephen’s Green
Dublin 2 is undeniably the most eclectic collection of shops ever assembled in the city centre.

From some of the biggest names in Fashion to some of the most beautiful Boutiques Dublin has to offer and apparel designs by emerging industry talents, shopping will never be the same again.

Visit the famous Brown Thomas department store, Powerscourt or St. Stephen’s Green Shopping Centre and prepare to ‘shop til’ you drop!’

The Iconic Central Hotel is situated right at the heart of this cosmopolitan hub offering the ultimate location convenience for serious shoppers.

 

O’Connell Street & Henry Street
Browse through the popular Clery’s or Debenhams Department Stores, or experience the two main shopping centres; Jervis and the Ilac Centre on Henry Street. Whether you’re looking for high street shopping, or designer goods there is something for every type of shopper in Dublin 1!

Take a stroll through the famous outdoor food markets of Moore Street, enjoy a coffee in one of the many cafes in the area or visit the movies at Cineworld.

Then back to the Central Hotel with all your bags to relax and unwind in luxury surroundings!

 

Dublin Shopping Centres
Do you prefer a shopping centre environment? Dublin has some of the best shopping centres in Europe! Experience Liffey Valley, Swords Pavillions or Blanchardstown Centre for a large variety of high street stores. From fashion to electrical goods, there is something to suit all!

 

Looking for the ultimate shopping experience! Then visit Dundrum Town Centre. It is Ireland’s largest shopping centre and contains flagships such as House of Fraser, Harvey Nichols to favourites Marks & Spencers or Penneys.

 

With guest needs and accommodations as a top priority, this old lady in Luxury Dublin hotels offers shoppers a place to rest their feet for mid afternoon cocktails in our everlasting elegant Library bar as well exclusive discounts for all our guests in some of Dublin’s finest shops.