IFSC District Apartments


Dublin City
Property ID: 83802


Located just off I.F.S.C (Irish Financial Services Center) in the center of Dublin, These spacious two bedroom apartments ( in Clarion Quay Complex) provide high spec city centre living quarters.

Ideal for family weekends and weekly stays. Excellent for professionals looking for a home feel when staying in Dublin and for a couple who just want to relax in the city center for a few days.

The two bedroom apartment  can sleep up to five people. Clarion quay apartments are  fitted with kitchen, fridge, cooker, microwave, iron, hair-dryer, television, and DVD player. The two bedroom apartment lounge has 2 leather sofas (1 converts to a double bed) and a widescreen TV. The kitchen has modern appliances and a good variety of cooking utensils. There is free wireless broadband in the apartment. Both bedrooms have kingsize beds, 1 with an en-suite bathroom & the other has a TV.

Bed linen and towels provided for guests.

Video phone and/or swipecard entry for security. The apartment’s location means that all areas of the city are within walking distance, The tram system (Luas) is right on the doorstep. Only a short walk to the main shopping areas, a 10 minute walk to O’Connell Street and a 15 minute walk to Temple Bar. The O2 Arena is a 20 minute walk away so book a concert whilst you’re here! With the River Liffey running alongside the apartment a stroll along the River Liffey is always nice, and if you’re feeling adventurous take a boat and sail along the Liffey.  The property is  beside restaurants, bars and coffee shops inc’ Starbucks and M&S right outside the door!


  • Baby package available
  • Cable TV
  • Dishwasher
  • Dryer
  • Family/kid friendly
  • Hair dryer
  • Hangers
  • Heating
  • High Speed Wifi
  • Iron
  • Kitchen
  • Lift
  • Microwave
  • Washer


Thing To Do

Things To Do:

The Convention Centre, Dublin, is located very close to the property, a great convenience for corporate travellers. It is the location of many business conferences and conventions. For those interested in the history of Dublin and Ireland the Custom House and EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum are exciting and informative exhibits. When walking along the south side of the River Liffey be sure to check out the Diving Bell, a small exhibition but full of information. The Bord Gais Energy Theatre is the largest theatre in Dublin and terrific for anyone looking to relax and see many popular Broadway shows.

Food and Drink:

No matter what the mood, Murray’s is a great place for food and drink. Offing traditional Irish dishes, along with international cuisine, there is something for everyone. Every night of the week Murray’s offers live music and Irish dancing making it the perfect location for a fun night out. If dancing isn’t of interest wander into Murray’s lounge to enjoy a creamy pint of Guinness and a delicious meal.