Pick up your Passport to the HyLife at reception, and tag @HyattCentricDublin on Facebook or Instagram, using #TheHyLife at your favourite attractions and we’ll give you a complimentary cocktail or coffee when you get back.

48 Hour Great Escapers

For a real taste of #TheHyLife why not come and spend 48 hours exploring in Dublin! Here's a selection of other top attractions in the city to help extend your itinerary and make the most of your time in our fair city.
  • Croke Park

    Whether you are a die-hard GAA fan or can barely tell a sliotar from a football, the Stadium Tour, GAA Museum and Skyline Tour at Croke Park will capture your attention with its creative, immersive approach to telling the story of one of the world’s greatest amateur sporting associations.



    Stop for a bite at: Le Petit Breton Artisan Creperie - an artisan creperie where you will find good, honest, quality food.

  • Whiskey Business

    You may have notice we like whiskey around here. That’s because The Liberties has been the home of whiskey distilling in Dublin for centuries. Today in the Golden Whiskey Triangle you’ll find Teelings, Pearse Lyons and The Dublin Liberties Distillery.



    Stop for a bite at: Urbanity - a beautiful place with amazing food and exceptional coffee

  • Collins Barracks

    Experience two diverse collections in Collins Barracks, the decorative arts collection and the military history collection. See how fashion has changed throughout the years with exhibitions displaying clothes worn in Ireland from 1760’s to the 1960’s in an exhibition called ‘The Way We Wore’



    Stop for a bite at: Beef and Lobster - definitely one of the best places to brunch in Dublin. Their brunch platters are to die for with crab cakes, lobster fritters and spiced duck wings.

  • Hugh Lane

    Another great place is Hugh Lane and it’s only a stone’s throw down the road from the Dublin Writers Museum where you will be captivated by the ever-growing collection of unique and contemporary Irish modern art. It really is a sight to behold.



    Stop for a bite at: Bow Lane - not starving but a bit peckish? Bow Lane has all you could want in terms of little bits to pick at. The potato skins are a must!

  • Glasnevin Cemetery

    A trip to a graveyard may not be top priority, but a visit to Glasnevin Cemetery should be. With over 1.5 million people buried here, including icons such as Michael Collins, Maud Gonne and Éamon de Valera, it makes for a ‘deadly’ interesting visit. In use since 1832 and lying upon glorious parklands with a vast collection of headstones and statues, it really is a hidden treasure.



    Stop for a bite at: L. Mulligan Grocer - 20th century Dublin Pub reinvented. Your menu will arrive tucked into a classic children’s book, however the food will arrive seriously grown-up with brilliant Irish ingredients.

  • Luke Kelly, South King St.

    While walking around Dublin you might spot not just one, but two Luke Kelly statues. The first one a life-size bronze statue of the Dublin legend playing the banjo on South King Street. The second statue is a stone carving of Luke Kelly’s head with his hair made from 4mm painted metal. It can be found on Sheriff Street.



    Stop for a bite at: Etto - the ideal place for a long lunch. During the week you can get 3 courses for €27.

  • Phoenix Park

    Visit Phoenix Park and make sure to keep an eye out for the 400 plus deer that live there, you can usually catch them by the Popes Cross. Spotting them by foot can be difficult as they have over 1,750 acres but if you rent a bike and pack a picnic you can make a day of it.



    Stop for a bite at: F.X Buckley - serving ‘The Best Steak in Dubin’. Their steaks are grass fed traditional breeds and are dry-aged in their meat locker for a minimum of 28 days.

  • EPIC Museum

    Don’t walk past the Epic museum without stopping to delve into our past. The museum’s state-of-the-art visitor experience explores the inspiring journey of over 10 million people who left Ireland’s shores, some never to return. It’s too good of a story to miss.



    Stop for a bite at: Terra Madre - perhaps the best Italian food in the city.

Our Commitment to Your Safety

At Hyatt Centric The Liberties Dublin, our Safe Stay Code has been received very positively by our guests since we re-opened. The safety of our staff and our guests is of paramount importance and we would ask that before you travel, that you familiarise yourself with the most recent guidelines and updates www.gov.ie. We look forward to welcoming you soon.

Hyatt Centric The Liberties Dublin

Dean Street,
Dublin,
Ireland,
D08 W3X7

+353 1 708 1900