Book a Hotel near Iveagh Gardens

The Iveagh Gardens are one of Dublin city’s hidden treasures, and Maldron Hotel Kevin Street is an ideally located hotel near the Iveagh Gardens. The gardens are a green oasis in the heart of the capital and were designed in 1865 by Ninian Niven, then restored in 1995 the majority of its features such as the fountains, archery grounds and it’s beautiful rosarium.

The gardens are located minutes away from St. Stephen’s green and are parallel to Harcourt street. They are easily accessible by public transport and are located only a 2-minute walk from the Harcourt Street stop on the Luas green line. The 145, 46A, and 15 Dublin bus routes will also drop you close to the iconic attraction.

Maldron Hotel Kevin Street is located a 10-minute walk away from the gardens.

Iveagh Gardens are also known for hosting a number of music concerts all year round, in 2019 hosting Damien Dempsey, The Academic, Aslan and many more. Not only do the gardens host music concerts but also music festivals such as the Guinness jazz festival, comedy festival, the tradfest and the Irish international reggae festival.

If you are feeling peckish after your day at the gardens there are a lot of great spots to grab a bite close by.

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Maldron Kevin Street

11 minutes walk

Overlooking St. Patrick’s Cathedral, Maldron Hotel Kevin Street offers guests stylish and comfortable rooms, friendly service, great food and limited on-site parking right in the heart of Dublin city centre. Located just a minutes walk away from all the city’s main shopping districts, historic sights and attractions, our hotel is the ideal place to stay when exploring Ireland’s vibrant capital. Make Maldron Hotel Kevin Street the base for your next getaway to Dublin.

Located just off Harcourt Street, it is within walking distance from Maldron Kevin Street and is easily accessible by bike, bus, Luas Green line (light rail system) and train.

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