The Ballsbridge is a perfect base for the business or leisure traveller. Centrally located in one of Dublin?s most fashionable districts, it is just a five-minute drive from the heart of bustling, cosmopolitan Dublin. The Ballsbridge has a range of meeting, conference and banqueting rooms to cater for groups from 6-600 people in various styles. Purpose built boardrooms, ideal for 6-60 people, with full internet facilities, blackout capability and a dedicated in-house coordinator to look after your needs all combine to ensure a successful meeting. You can choose between the FXBs Brassiere in the Court and The Dubliner Gastro Bar run by Charlie Chawke in the Inn and Towers. Two different style restaurants offering wonderful food from 7am till late evening daily. Café Java and Zumo serve fresh coffee, light snacks and tantalising juices throughout the day. The Dubliner Bar, run by Charlie Chawke , is one of the city?s liveliest pubs and twice voted Hotel Pub of the Year, The Dubliner also offers an excellent carvery lunch.
The Ballsbridge formely the Jurys Hotel Ballsbridge is situated in the heart of Ballsbridge-Dublin's Business District and close to the RDS. The leafy suburb of Ballsbridge is a leisurely stroll from the main shopping area of Grafton Street, and the leisurely parks of Herbert, Merrion and St Stephens Green. Surrounded by many of the city's finest restaurants and nightlife The Ballsbridge offers the perfect base for all your needs when visiting Dublin city. The Aircoach link from Dublin Airport stops at the front gate of the Hotel making it easily accesible from Dublin Airport. The Dart Rail service to Dublin City centre has a station 3 minutes from hotel, Lansdowne Road Station and there are also regular Bus services into the City Centre from Ballsbridge.
The rooms are bright, spacious and warm and attractive with comfortable beds, a workspace with complementary broadband access, a flat screen television, a spacious bathroom and a separate cloakroom area with ironing board and iron. Professionalism and care prevail throughout, creating for the guest a " home away from home feeling.
Dublin International Airport (DUB): Approximate driving time to the Ballsbridge is 40 minutes and distance is 15 kilometres (9.5 miles). Getting there: Airlink buses 747 and 748 connect the airport with Dublin city centre approximately every 15 minutes. Tickets can be purchased from the bus driver. Aircoach offers a 24-hour service to the city centre and Dublin South; there is a stop right in front of the hotel. Frequent local bus services leave from the main arrivals terminal and run to destinations all over the city and suburbs. All prices subject to change. Getting around: The centre of Dublin and cobbled streets of Temple Bar are best explored on foot. Dublin's extensive bus (green double-deckers) and tram network serve the centre and the suburbs, and taxis can be hailed in the street or at taxi ranks. Parking is scarce and expensive in the city centre, but a car is a great way to get off the beaten track.