If you are planning a business trip to Ireland, serviced apartments in Dublin make ideal bases for corporate stays. Serviced accommodation is flexible, personalised and simply makes more sense than a hotel room for those conducting business on the move. Well supplied with many Dublin serviced apartments, SilverDoor Apartments is equipped and ready to cater to any of your business requirements.
Our unbeatable selection of Dublin serviced apartments spans the Irish capital, and each serviced apartment offers a host of features and amenities which can be tailored to your needs. As leaders in the corporate accommodation industry, we will ensure your booking is suited to you and your team and our helpful staff will always be on hand to assist you in all aspects of your trip.
SilverDoor Apartments has earned its reputation as one of the best serviced apartment agents with its impressive portfolio and committed team of business experts. We maintain excellent relationships with both our clients and providers, and our hands on testing of accommodation means we source only the best serviced apartments, Dublin and Ireland. Furthermore, our team has an extensive knowledge of our city locations so can always recommend the best nearby services and attractions.
Whether you require a short term serviced apartment in Dublin’s city centre, or an aparthotel in Dublin Port, we have a wide range of choices available. Beyond the advantages offered by our location matching service, booking Dublin accommodation with us will provide many benefits, including:
· Personalised service. Our staff members are driven by diligence and approachability, and as such will go above and beyond to ensure you and your business partners are completely satisfied with the Dublin serviced apartments you choose and the service you receive.
· In-depth knowledge. As we specialise in sourcing corporate serviced apartments, we have a detailed understanding of what each of our aparthotels has to offer. From on-site fitness centres and swimming pools to conference rooms and room-service, we can point you in the right direction depending on your requirements.
· An expanding portfolio. We are always growing our selection of serviced apartments in Dublin, meaning you will never be short of the best available accommodation in the city. Whether for a long-stay or short-stay trip, we can arrange a hassle-free booking solution over the phone or online.
Seeking short term serviced apartments in Dublin for your next business trip? Look no further than SilverDoor Apartments. Contact us directly from our homepage or call one of our helpful members of staff for immediate assistance and a seamless service.
Our serviced apartments, Dublin are designed to provide the luxury services of a hotel and the flexibility and privacy of your own space. At SilverDoor Apartments we understand the demands of an important business trip; we appreciate that the busy schedules of a corporate itinerary rarely fit with the rigid, inflexible trappings of a hotel. With a serviced aparthotel, you get the best of both worlds and more.
Book a Dublin apartment with us and you won’t be disappointed. The below benefits speak for themselves:
· Peace and privacy. Capacious, stylish and separated from the crowd – our apartments are ideal for those evenings when you need your own space to work, relax or socialise.
· Outstanding value. Considering the features and services included in most Dublin aparthotels, the relative value compared with hotels is impressive. Cost effectiveness doesn’t end there, however, as for longer stays prices continue to drop with a serviced apartment booking.
· A luxurious base. Serviced apartments in Dublin come with all the facilities you need to be self-sufficient. With included entertainment devices, kitchens, dining spaces and areas to sit and work, you really can use your apartment as a base of operations during your stay.
Our service doesn’t end once your booking is made – we provide detailed area information to make your stay at one of our corporate apartments as successful and enjoyable as possible.
Transport in Dublin
Flights and ferries arrive into Dublin constantly, meaning the city is a busy port and an important business hub for Ireland. Within the city, there are a variety of ways to get around and as the most developed city areas surround the port and River Liffey, walking across the city centre is not too tiresome. For convenience, the DART (rapid transit system) offers fast and inexpensive travel both in and outside the city.
If travel is to form a large part of your stay, the provides unlimited access to the city’s best transport links (including bus, DART and Airlink). Needless to say, the city has a range of taxi services available for those with a tight schedule to keep.
Nightlife in Dublin
Dublin is often regarded as having the best nightlife in Europe – not least due to its impressive number of bars and pubs. The city offers a diverse mix of traditional Irish pubs with live bands performing nightly and trendy cocktail lounges and bars catering to a more cosmopolitan market. If you indulge in Dublin’s night-time scene, be sure to also explore its many award winning restaurants.
Generally mild in climate, Dublin has a comfortable temperature throughout most of the year. Famously, Dublin is susceptible to bouts of rain and showers, and so precaution should be taken on any trip to Dublin in the form of a raincoat or umbrella - but with streets teeming with cafes and eateries you are never far from shelter.
Facts about Dublin
Home to countless writers, poets and playwrights, Dublin is synonymous with a rich heritage of creativity and art. However, the city is becoming better known as a place to do business, as renowned as a growing economic centre, Dublin is an attractive prospect to companies at home and abroad. A competitive corporate tax rate is luring many businesses to the city, as is the city’s ties with Europe and beyond.
Founded by the Vikings, the Irish capital offers plenty of historical experiences and sights in the form of museums, open top bus tours and ancient architecture. A large component of Dublin’s recent history is the city’s role in the War of Independence. Many buildings still bear the markings of this turbulent time, including the General Post Office which was severely damaged during the events of the rebellion.
A growing Dublin workforce
Dublin prides itself on a young and well-educated workforce – thanks to its world famous educational institutions, such as Trinity College and University College. As businesses start up in, and migrate to, Dublin, it is not surprising that many companies are able to source local talent directly from the city and its suburbs.
Like much of Ireland, Dublin is renowned for its friendly and personable inhabitants. The culture permeating the city is one of welcoming warmth, with people eager to talk and socialise. Whether walking along the riverfront or relaxing in a café, the famously friendly atmosphere of the city is undeniable.
Nature near Dublin
It is no surprise that the capital of the Emerald Isle is filled with green spaces. Vast verdant areas, such as the National Botanic Garden and Phoenix Park, offer spaces to reflect and relax near the many serviced apartments Dublin has offer. Just south of the city lies the impressive Dublin Mountains, meaning an opportunity to escape to the wild is never far away.
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