The Gibson Hotel
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The Point Village, Dublin City Centre, Dublin,
Mr Nicky Logue
The Gibson Hotel is located right in the centre The Point Village, a new cultural hub in Dublin City. It is next to the O2 Arena and offers luxury accommodation, delightful dining experiences and unique venues for corporate and social affairs.
Chic, understated and right behind the O2 Arena, The Gibson Hotel captures the essence of Dublin City. The hotel takes inspiration from its central location and provides the ultimate urban retreat for music lovers, art junkies and food fanatics, as it is surrounded by bars, restaurants, theatres and galleries.
The four-star Gibson offers calming and comfy bedrooms to escape from the hustle and bustle outside. The rooms are designed with soothing colours and textures and include a host of amenities, such as free high-speed Internet, flat-screen TV, luxurious beds, workstation, laptop safe, and tea- and coffee-making facilities. There is a range of rooms available, including family rooms and spacious suites.
During a stay at The Gibson Hotel, travellers can enjoy the property's tranquil courtyards. They can also devote some time to fitness at the state-of-the-art gym or indulge in culinary delights at the Coda Eatery, which uses seasonal, locally sourced ingredients to create wholesome dishes. Loved for its laid-back look and feel, Coda is perfect for a catch-up with friends before a concert, or a bite of supper after a business meeting. On the third floor, guests can also explore the stylish Hemidemisemiquaver Bar and enjoy its pan-Asian menu of quick, nutritious and flavourful dishes. Off the bar and restaurant, there is a heated terrace area, a great spot for cool, casual dining, barbecues and intimate dinners.
Additionally, The Gibson is an excellent choice for both corporate and social events. The dedicated Conference Area covers two floors and includes nine state-of-the-art suites with space for up to 300 people. The rooms are effortlessly stylish and add something special to any function.