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Exploring the Liberties Village is too easy! Walk effortlessly to the choice of attractions at your disposal within 10-minute walk of this wonderfully designed hotel.

Hyatt Centric The Liberties Dublin

Dean Street
Dublin, Ireland, D08 W3X7



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Grafton Street Shopping District

Discover Local Shops

Stumble across local favourites including antique shops, art galleries, markets and coffee shops. A few of our hidden gems include, Jam Art Factory, Fumbally Food Market, Hen's Teeth Café, Two Pups Coffee Shop, The Liberty Market, Betty Bojangles, and Space Out SIster. There is also a variety of local antique stores on our door step. Meath street features a range of local shops from food to fashion and everything in between.

Irish Designer Stores

Discover the best Irish designers in Westbury and Powerscourt Shopping Malls. Drury street also features the Irish Design shop, a collection of homeware, jewelry, ceramics, gifts and prints.

Grafton Street

10 Minutes from the hotel
Grafton Street, Dublin is one of the Europe's busiest shopping streets. It is also dubbed as "Ireland's Premier Trading Street". Grafton Street is one of Dublin’s major shopping districts, located ten minutes’ walk from the hotel, this shopping district has a blend of Irish boutiques, department stores, international Brands and a variety of coffee shops and restaurants.

St Stephen's Green

Located in the heart of Dublin, Stephen’s Green Shopping Centre hosts a wide variety of leading retailers, including household names like Dunnes Stores, Argos, Boots, Eason, United Colors of Benetton, Elverys, Golden Discs and TK Maxx. For those wishing to take a break from shopping or sightseeing, Stephen’s Green Shopping Centre has a huge variety of cafes, bars, and restaurants to suit all tastes.

Brown Thomas

A landmark on Grafton Street at the heart of the capital’s shopping district, Brown Thomas Dublin is their flagship store. Featuring beauty, womenswear, fragrance, menswear, bags, tech and homeware from leading designer labels. An iconic Irish department store with personal shopping service, restaurants, and tax-free shopping for non-eu guests.


Since 1843, Arnotts has been an iconic department store in the heart of Dublin city. Arnotts boasts an unparalleled collection of designer brands in fashion, beauty, homewares and more. Their unique shopping experience includes numerous restaurants, and an unparalleled range of in-store services, including the Grafton Barber, Nails One, Zeba Hairdressing, and a branch of The Travel Department.

Culture And Heritage

The Liberties College

Guinness Storehouse

Located in the heart of St. James’s Gate, the Guinness Storehouse building was once the fermentation plant of the brewery. Today, you can experience Guinness like nowhere else. Explore the story of Guinness across the seven floors of the iconic building, before taking in the 360 views of Dublin city from Gravity Bar.

St. Patrick's Cathedral

Saint Patrick’s Cathedral is one of many iconic pilgrimage sites in Ireland. Dating back to early 890 AD construction on the current cathedral did not begin until 1220 AD. In 1713, Jonathan Swift, writer of ‘Gulliver’s Travels’ is elected Dean of the Cathedral, Swift publishes the novel later in 1726. He died in 1745 and was later buried in the Cathedral.In 2015 The Discovery Space was launched, giving visitors an opportunity to engage with the building through a variety of interactive activities. With its 43-metre spire, St Patrick's is the tallest church in Ireland and the largest.

Marsh’s Library

Marsh’s Library, situated in St. Patrick’s Close, adjacent to St. Patrick’s Cathedral Dublin, is a well-preserved library of the late Renaissance and early Enlightenment era. Marsh’s Library, built by Archbishop Narcissus Marsh (1638-1713), was the first public library in Ireland. The interiror of the library, with its magnificent dark oak bookcases each with carved and lettered gables, topped by a mitre, and the three elegant, wired alcoves or ‘cages’ where the readers were locked in with rare books, remains unchanged since it was built three hundred years ago. It is a brilliant example of a 17th century scholars’ library.

Book Of Kells

Discover the Book of Kells and Old Library at Trinity College Dublin, home to Ireland’s greatest cultural treasure. Learn about the famous medieval manuscript and the rich symbolism and artistry behind it. The Book of Kells contains the four Gospels in Latin based on the Vulgate text which St Jerome completed in 384AD, intermixed with readings from the earlier Old Latin translation.

EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum

Located in Dublin city centre, EPIC is a must-do for visitors and locals looking to get a deeper understanding of Ireland and what it means to be Irish. You’ll realise that emigration is not about what people leave behind, but what they bring with them.

Christ Church Cathedral

Christ Church Cathedral has stood at the heart of Dublin for almost 1,000 years. Throughout the centuries, the cathedral has built a reputation for excellence in many areas through its liturgy, outreach, music and hospitality. It is also a space celebrated for its beauty, the sense of spiritual and an enduring invitation to all generations.


Welcome to the heart of Viking and Medieval Dublin. Travel back to Viking and Medieval times at Dublinia, in the heart of the old city at Christchurch. Follow the footsteps thatVikings walked before, step into Medieval Viking Dublin.

Outdoor Adventure

St Stephen's Green

Phoenix Park

Explore Phoenix Park's 700 Hectares of forestry and grassland. Home to Áras an Uachtaráin, the President of Ireland's Residence, Dublin Zoo and the American Ambassador's House, the park is the perfect place for a walk, cycle or morning run.

Dublin Zoo

Dublin Zoo’s 28 hectares is attracting over 1 million visitors a year. Officially Ireland’s biggest family attraction, not only offers a great day out for all, but also a journey of learning and discovery about the world’s precious wildlife.

Poolbeg Lighthouse Walk

Also known as the “Great South Wall Walk”, Poolbeg Lighthouse walk follows a 1.7km sea wall built during the 18th-century. The iconic bright red lighthouse marks the entrance to Dublin Port. There are two routes to choose from, including the city centre and Sandymount beach.

River Liffey Walk

The River Liffey is an iconic part of Dublin's cityscape. Start the trail from Heuston station, with great attractions along the way including EPIC, The Irish Emigration Museum, The Jeanie Johnston Ship and more. This scenic 5km route ends in Dublin's Docklands.

St Stephen's Green

Enjoy a leisurely stroll through St Stephen's Green, an oasis of greenery in the heart of Dublin City Centre. Less than 10 minutes from the hotel, the park is one of Dublin's iconic landmarks and a must see.

Croke Park

A visit to Croke Park is a must. More than just a stadium, it’s the home of Gaelic games and it holds a special place in the hearts and minds of Irish people. Here, you’ll find passion and history pumping around every corner. Everything and everyone is brimming with pride, including our renowned Tour Guides who’ll have you hanging on every word.

Find Your Flavour

Guinness Storehouse

Located in the heart of St. James’s Gate, the Guinness Storehouse building was once the fermentation plant of the brewery. Today, you can experience Guinness like nowhere else. Explore the story of Guinness across the seven floors of the iconic building, before taking in the 360 views of Dublin city from Gravity Bar.

Teelings Distillery

Located in the heart of the historic Liberties, against the backdrop of a city steeped in whiskey history, the Teeling Whiskey Distillery opened its doors in 2015 as the first new distillery in Dublin for over 125 years. They are renowned for their vision in doing things differently and with deep roots in distilling pedigree dating back to 1782, have shaped the Irish Whiskey landscape through generations.

Pearse Lyons Distillery

Pearse Lyons Distillery at St. James is a new chapter for The Liberties, Dublin. Family history, a personal passion for brewing and distilling, and an entrepreneurial spirit has inspired the restoration of St. James’ Church. At Pearse Lyons Distillery, whiskey is only part of their story. Whether you are an intrepid whiskey enthusiast, culturally curious or just an inquisitive Dubliner, you are sure to enjoy a journey through 800 years of history at St. James with our local storytellers.

Jameson Distillery

Follow in the footsteps of the founding fathers of Jameson on the only tour of the original Jameson distillery in Dublin. A Jameson Ambassador will guide you for a serving of heritage and history.