The island of Ireland is home to a vibrant and growing Muslim community.
Over 60,000 Muslims call the island of Ireland home and there is wide availability of Mosques and Prayer rooms across the island of Ireland, which are easily accessible and welcoming to Muslim visitors.
There are also a wide variety of Halal friendly restaurants spread across the island of Ireland, including a number of dedicated halal convenience stores dedicated to serving the island of Ireland’s growing Muslim community. All major Hotels and Restaurants will provide Halal food on request and Arabic coffee, Shisha and traditional Arabic food are served to high standards.
Hotels in Ireland are accustomed to providing for the needs of Muslim tourists. Hotels across the island of Ireland can provide copies of the Quran, Prayers mats, Wudu facilities and the direction for Qibla on request. Hotels across of the island of Ireland are also accustomed to providing for the needs of Muslim guests, large adjoining rooms such as Family suites are widely available as are alcohol free hotel rooms.
For information on nearby Mosques and prayer times please visit:
For information on the Muslim community in Ireland please visit:
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