In Dublin's most vibrant and cosmopolitan area, Temple Bar, The Morgan
Hotel has a cool and understated feel. The designers have used the
minimalist concept, and achieve great elegance with plenty of cream and
bright beige, a colour scheme that is enlivened with colorful paintings
by Irish artists. Extra touches of comfort and luxury include classic
furniture by designers such as Le Corbusier and Eileen Gray. The spatial
concept throughout stresses function, though the white stone and the
inviting white furniture in the lobby are more befitting of a showroom
for modern design. The Morgan Hotel provides a stimulating experience
for people who are tired of the usual and want something different. The
stylish Morgan Bar is open all day and offers an oasis of cool comfort
and relaxation amongst the hustle and bustle of Temple Bar. Casual
dining is also available here, an excellent (and extensive) tapas menu
is served all day (12.30pm until 9.30pm).
Check-in: 15h - Check-out: 12h.
The Morgan Hotel couldn't be more central. Guests are just a stroll away
from Grafton Street, the main shopping thoroughfare, Trinity College,
theatres, shopping, music and nightlife, along with proximity to the
IFSC, Dublin's main business district. Dublin International Airport is
located 12km away.
At The Morgan Hotel, the bedrooms and suites have been designed to
create an ultra stylish ambience. They feature a light and cosy boutique
hotel atmosphere that is brought out by hues of bright beige, cream,
caramel and coffee. The spacious beds of reddish pear wood are covered
in crisp white Egyptian cotton bed linens - all beautifully framed by
light fixtures from French designer Pascal Morgue. The bathrooms feature
natural limestone vanity tops and natural beech bath panels that
contrast with white tiles and white fittings.
Exit the airport and take the M1 motorway to the City centre. As you
approach the City continue on through Dorset Street to Bolton Street,
leading right on to North King Street. Turn left onto Church Street at
the traffic lights. Continue down to the river Liffey and turn left just
before the bridge on to the North Quays. Continue driving up the quays,
the river Liffey is on your right and turn right at O Connell Bridge
crossing the Liffey. Drive in to D?Olier Street and keep in your right
hand lane as you are heading for Westmoreland street effectively facing
O Connell bridge again. When in Westmoreland Street turn left for Fleet
Street and hotel is on the right, Fleet Street car park is on the left.
NB the turn off to Fleet Street is as soon as you enter Westmoreland