General Description The George Frederic Handel Hotel is definitely the hotel of choice, when it comes to cost and location. The hotel's namesake, of course, is none other than the famous composer George Frederic Handel. Standing on the grounds of the former Music Hall, it is the site of Handel's first public performance of Messiah in 1742. Nearby is the renowned Guinness Brewery. What's a trip to Dublin if you don't call on the home of the black stuff. Equipped with IDD telephone, complimentary tea/coffee-making facility and colour television in each room, the hotel provides only the basic necessity. Not too pricey that it'll hack into your budget, yet clean and comfortable enough to accord even the most fussy traveller a good night's sleep. Should the stomach grumble its protest come meal time, head over to the vibrant Temple Bar district around the corner and take your pick from the cafes, bars and restaurants to sooth your hunger.
16-18 Fishamble Street
Room Service, High-speed Internet, Restaurant, Disabled Access, Bar /
Lounge, Elevator / Lift, 24 Hour Reception, Non-Smoking Rooms, Secretarial
Service, Coffee / Tea Maker, Hair Dryer, TV, Direct dial phone
EUR On request
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