Shopping & Fashion

Indulge in some retail therapy at one of the local boutiques, high street shops or shopping centres nearby.

George’s Street Arcade

900m from Hyatt Centric
George’s Street Arcade is the oldest shopping centre in Ireland. Originally opened in 1881 as South City Markets, this beautiful Victorian redbrick building is home to an indoor market selling everything from vintage clothes and accessories to books and collectibles. It’s a uniquely Dublin experience!

Stop to eat tapas at The Market Bar.

Powerscourt Centre

1km from Hyatt Centric
Powerscourt Centre occupies a beautiful Georgian building and holds more than 40 shops and restaurants. The Powerscourt Centre is a proud supporter of Irish design and is home to several boutiques selling the work of Irish fashion designers and the best of Irish crafts.

Stop to eat at The Pepper Pot Café.

Dundrum Town Centre

6.9km from Hyatt Centric
Dundrum Town Centre is Ireland’s largest shopping centre occupying over 120,000 square meters. It boasts over 160 retailers including high-end stores that you won’t find anywhere else in Dublin such as Hollister, House of Fraser and Harvey Nichols. With over 40 restaurants and coffee shops it’s easy to refuel after a busy day of shopping.

Stop to eat at Jamie’s Italian.

Swords Pavilions

14km from Hyatt Centric
Standing on 16 acres with over 90 shops, restaurants and cafes, Swords Pavilions is North Dublin’s premier shopping centre. There is space for over 2,000 cars and its home to some of the top brands in fashion, lifestyle and electronics.

Stop to eat at Ruby’s Pizza and Grill.

Blanchardstown

10.8km from Hyatt Centric
Blanchardstown Shopping Centre is home to over 180 local and international high-street stores so two trips might be needed if you want to get around to them all. Plans for an extension are currently on the cards, so maybe make that three trips!

Stop to eat at Wagamama.

Grafton Street

950m from Hyatt Centric
Located between Trinity College and St Stephen’s Green, Grafton Street is a hive of activity all year round. The pedestrianised street offers wealth of unique and affordable shops which stock both international and local brands. Grafton Street is known for the street performers and musicians that are usually found there putting on a show.

Stop to eat at WILDE.

Jervis Shopping Centre

1.4km From Hyatt Centric
Jervis Shopping Centre is one of Dublin’s most successful and vibrant shopping environments. Boasting the biggest JD Sports in Ireland and the biggest New Look in Europe, it’s a shopper’s paradise.

Stop to eat at Auntie Anne’s.

Liffey Valley

9.6km from Hyatt Centric
Liffey Valley has everything you would expect from a top-class shopping centre including over 80 stores and 20 restaurants that offer superior customer service and experience. Liffey Valley houses brands such as Bershka, Tommy Hilfiger and Timberland and has everything under the one roof, including one of the best Nandos around!

Stop to eat at Nandos.

St. Stephen's Green

950m from Hyatt Centric
Stephen’s Green is one of Dublin’s most prominent shopping centres and is in the heart of the city centre. You’ll find more than 100 outlets selling clothing, accessories, gifts, books, food and much more. It’s considered a must for any visitor to the city.

Stop to eat at El Gringo Burrito Bar.

Henry Street

1.9km from Hyatt Centric
Henry Street is a pedestrianised street and one of the two principal shopping streets in Dublin. There are over 200 shops on Henry Street including many selling shoes, clothes and jewellery. You’ll find local brands such as Arnotts along with many international brands. Just off Henry Street is Moore Street where you will find the famous outdoor food markets.

Stop for a treat at Gino’s Gelato.

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