St Patricks Cathedral

Built in honour of Ireland’s patron saint, St Patrick’s Cathedral is the largest in Ireland and has been a prominent part of Dublin’s history for over 800 years. Enriched with history and culture, the cathedral offers visitors a look at the building’s dramatic tale of storm and fire damage to its restoration and evolution to one of Dublin’s main tourist attractions.

St Patrick’s Cathedral is famous around the world for its choir which performs daily during the academic term. The building is the National Cathedral for the Church of Ireland and encompasses overwhelming cultural aspects along with unforgettable architecture. Guided tours are offered several times daily at a small fee. All proceeds from the tours go towards the upkeep of the cathedral.

The cathedral is right opposite and hotel and less than a 2 minute walk from Maldron Hotel Kevin Street.

Christ Church Cathedral

Christ Church Cathedral holds the title of Dublin’s oldest building and also the city’s eldest cathedral, having stood in the heart of the capital for almost a thousand years. Steeped in history and culture like that of its neighbouring cathedral St Patrick’s, Christ Church has also fallen on hard times throughout its existence and was almost derelict by the time it was restored. The Cathedral welcomes thousands of visitors through its doors each year.

Christ Church Cathedral is renowned for its heart-stopping beauty, diverse architecture and charming floor tiles, attracting visitors from all over the world. Like that of its sister cathedral, it is famed for its choir which dates back to 1493, the choir has toured all around the world. Various tours are offered daily at a charge.

Christ Church Cathedral is just an 8-minute walk from Maldron Hotel Kevin Street.

The Guinness Storehouse

The Guinness Storehouse is Ireland’s number one tourist attraction and home to the black stuff. Visitors to the storehouse are taken on a journey which begins at the bottom of the worlds largest pint glass and ends in the Gravity Bar which provides visitors with a 360-degree view of Dublin City.

The tour provides visitors with the history and evolution of Guinness throughout the years, as well as teaching you how to pull the perfect pint. A tourist attraction not to be missed by anyone visiting Dublin.

The home to Guinness is just a 15-minute walk from Maldron Hotel Kevin Street

Teeling’s Whiskey Distillery

Teeling’s Whiskey Distillery is the only operational distillery in Dublin City and is the first new distillery to grace the city in over 125 years. The Dublin based distillery began production in 2015 meaning it will be several years before any of the distillate can even be considered whiskey. For now, visitors can enjoy Teeling’s Whiskey from its other distillery in Ireland.

The visitor centre provides tourists with a unique distillery experience seven day per week and is just a 7-minute stroll from Maldron Hotel Kevin Street.

Jameson Whiskey Distillery

The newly revamped Jameson Distillery Bow Street carries on John Jameson’s ambition through unforgettable experiences with several types of tours available to its visitors. The storytellers take you through John Jameson’s journey which began at Bow Street in 1780 right up to the present day. At the end of the tour visitors can enjoy a famous Jamie & Ginger on the house.

Jameson Distillery is a scenic 20-minute walk from Maldron Hotel Kevin Street.

Pearse Lyons Distillery

Pearse Lyons Distillery is open 7 days a week and is a 20 minute stroll from the hotel through the heart of The Liberties, Dublin. Just a 5-minute walk from The Guinness Storehouse, this distillery offers an insight into the colourful history dating back to the 12 Century.

The tour of the distillery brings visitors around the surrounding graveyard and introduces you to the characters from Dublin’s distilling district. The Pearse Lyons Distillery produces some of Ireland’s finest small batch Irish whiskies, you can learn this through the celebration of Irish tradition of storytelling on each guided tour. Guests enjoy a sensory experience as they are brought through the distilling process, before enjoying whiskey and gin tastings at our tasting bar.

Guests can choose from a guided tour and tasting experience, to an art of distilling experience with our head distiller or a whiskey and food pairing experience, with local seasonal produce. All booklets, interactives and welcome video are translated in seven languages (English, French, German, Spanish, Italian, Chinese and Portuguese).

Dublin Castle

Built in the 13t century, Dublin Castle plays a prominent role in Irish history. For 700 years Dublin Castle was a fortress to British power in Ireland before being handed over to Michael Collins who represented the Irish Free State in 1922. Since then Dublin Castle has been used by the Irish Government for meetings and functions.

Several daily guided tours are available at Dublin Castle at a small fee. Visitors also have the option of a shorter self-guided tour which is available in 17 different languages.

Dublin Castle is only a 12-minute walk from Maldron Hotel Kevin Street.

Iveagh Gardens

Dublin’s Iveagh Gardens is host to many events throughout the year. The garden displays a diverse collection of landscape features including rustic grottos and sunken formal panels of lawn with fountain centre prices.

Taste of Dublin takes place here each year as well as a number of concerts and comedy shows.

The Iveagh Gardens is located just 1km from Maldron Hotel Kevin Street and a 12 minute walk away.

Stephens Green Park

Ireland’s most popular Victorian public park was re-opened to the public in 1880 by Lord Ardilaun. Stemming 22acre and providing visitors with 3.5km of walkway, St Stephen’s Green Park is an oasis within the heart of Dublin City that is hugely popular amongst locals and tourists. The park is home to several historical sculptures, a children’s playground, a lake and a garden for the visually impaired.

St Stephens’s Green Park is a short 10 minute stroll from Maldron Hotel Kevin Street.

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Common Questions

  • Location & Parking

    Where exactly is Maldron Hotel Kevin Street in Dublin city centre?

    Located on the corner of Kevin Street and New Street in Dublin 8, the hotel is centrally located overlooking St. Patrick’s Cathedral and just minutes’ walk from Dublin’s St. Stephen’s Green shopping district, providing a city-centre location for guests who are looking for stylish and comfortable accommodation with Dublin city at their doorstep.

    Is there parking at the hotel?

    Limited parking is available onsite at the hotel and is operated on a first come first serve basis at a rate of €14 overnight. Spaces can not be reserved. Alternative car parking is available at the Q-Park Christchurch.

  • Hotel Services

    What time is check-in?

    Check-in is officially from 3 pm. Earlier check-in is subject to room availability. For this reason, the only way to guarantee an early check-in is to book the room from the day prior to arrival. If it is not possible to check-in earlier than 3 pm, our guests may leave luggage with our front office team at the reception area.

    What time is check-out?

    Check-out is 12 noon. Late check-out is subject to availability. It may be possible to check-out later than 12 noon with a €10 charge per hour until 15:00. It is advisable to discuss the possibility of this with our front office team at the reception desk.

  • Rooms

    What in-room amenities are included?

    All of our bedrooms are equipped with a hairdryer, an iron as well as an ironing board and tea/coffee making facilities for your complimentary use.

    Do you have wheelchair-accessible rooms?

    Yes, we have seven wheelchair-accessible rooms. These rooms have roll-in wet rooms and are fully compliant.

  • Dining

    Is there a restaurant at the hotel?

    Yes, our Grain & Grill bar & restaurant is open for lunch and dinner 7 days a week. Our lunch menu features an array of mouth-watering sandwiches, salads and hot dishes. Our dinner menu is more extensive offering a wide selection of dishes so you will be sure to find something you love.

    What time is breakfast served?

    Monday to Friday: 7 am – 10 am
    Weekends & Bank Holidays: 8 am – 10.30am

  • Booking

    Can I cancel or amend my booking?

    Maldron Hotel Kevin Street offers free cancellation up to 24 hours prior of arrival for almost all reservations made on maldronhotels.com or maldronhotelkevinstreet.com. Some special offers and key dates may specify a special cancellation policy. These will be clearly outlined in the terms & conditions.

    Reservations booked on third party websites and online travel agents have their own cancellation policies. Please refer to your confirmation email.

  • Facilities

    Does the hotel have WiFi?

    Yes, Maldron Hotel Kevin Street is pleased to offer complimentary WiFi in all public areas and bedrooms.

    Is the hotel a non-smoking hotel?

    Yes, all bedrooms at Maldron Hotel Kevin Street are completely non-smoking. We do have a designated outdoor smoking area at the front of the hotel to accommodate guests who smoke. A deep cleaning fee will be charged to guests who are found to be in breach of our no smoking policy.

    Does the hotel provide international adaptors?

    There are European sockets in all of our bedrooms. Adapters for United States plugs are available at a charge.

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