Dublin City Shopping Break

Relax & Unwind at the Grand Canal Hotel

Get most out of the perfect location in heart of Dublin City

Go on you treat yourself!

Enjoy a fun and relaxing shopping trip with overnight stay in one of our fabulous rooms at the Grand Canal Hotel


Our Dublin Shopping Break package includes:

Accommodation in a Double or Twin Room

Delicious Tea, Scones & Prosecco on Arrival

Full Irish Buffet Breakfast

Complimentary Car Parking up until 5pm on Day of Departure

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Shop till you drop and once you are back in the hotel put your feet up and relax in our fabulous bedrooms. 

Each of our rooms feature a Lavazza coffee machine, free Wi-Fi, complimentary water, smart TV with access to Netflix and luxurious toiletries by designer Orla Kiely.

We are located just across the road from the Grand Canal Dock Station and a short walk from the main shopping areas such as Grafton Street & Henry Street, making our location perfect for your trip!

Grafton Street

Vibrant and spirited Grafton Street serves as Dublin’s main shopping zone.  Home to Brown Thomas Ireland’s flagship store, this pedestrian thoroughfare runs through the centre of historic Dublin.

Henry Street

The second principal shopping street in Dublin’s city centre; lined with department stores and malls. Local traders often display their individual wares down the centre of Henry Street.

Powerscourt Townhouse

Built in 1774 as the city residence of Viscount Powerscourt this beautiful building now houses one of Dublin’s most unique and attractive shopping centres. The shops are arranged on three levels all of which overlook a central covered courtyard.

Temple Bar

Every Saturday Cows Lane in the Old City area of Temple Bar comes to life showcasing handmade crafts and designs produced by Irish and Ireland based artists

Brown Thomas

Located on Grafton Street, Brown Thomas Dublin offers an extensive range of designer brands in beauty, accessories, menswear, womenswear and homeware.

Georges Arcade

The Georges Street Arcade houses an eclectic mix of stalls and shops under one roof.  This can be a treasure trove for the casual visitor.