Owned by Bono and the Edge of U2, The Clarence is Dublin's premier boutique hotel. It offers luxurious, four-star accommodation and an ideal location overlooking the River Liffey.
The award-winning Clarence is a boutique hotel owned by U2’s Bono and the Edge. It boasts one of Dublin City’s best locations, overlooking the River Liffey and on the edge of the cultural neighbourhood, Temple Bar.
The Clarence has 49 bedrooms and suites, including standard and superior rooms, as well as the spectacular Penthouse Suite. Each is individually decorated in a rich palette of colours and fitted with flat screen TV, radio, WiFi, hairdryer, toiletries, two telephone lines, private bar and in-room safe.
The hotel is home to one of Dublin’s most prestigious restaurants, The Tea Room, which serves sumptuous cuisine throughout the day. For a casual meal, guests can stop into The Study Café, which has a homely ambiance and is decorated with impressive Guggi paintings. Alternatively, anyone wishing to sit down for a cocktail won’t want to miss The Octagon Bar, a popular meeting place with several historic features.
While staying at The Clarence, travellers can take some time out for health and well-being, as the hotel has a fitness room and therapy centre offering a range of massage treatments.
The Clarence is located in the heart of Dublin’s vibrant cultural neighbourhood, with many pubs, restaurants, cafes and shops just steps away. On foot, travellers can reach some of the city’s most iconic landmarks, including Trinity College, Christchurch Cathedral and the Guinness Storehouse.