Phoenix Park


Places to Stay Near Phoenix Park Dublin


Phoenix Park which is also home to the President (Áras an Uachtaráin) is a 12 minute drive from The Dean which is one of the coolest places to stay at in Dublin. So if you are looking for accommodation or a hotel near Phoenix Park then book your stay with The Dean Dublin direct on our site.

The Phoenix Park is one of the largest designed landscapes in any European city. Phoenix Park is home to Farmleigh House and is well worth a visit. Recently refurbished by the Guinness family, it is simply exquisite and would definitely add to your experience in Dublin. It is visited by ambassadors and visitors to Ireland from all over the world. Check out their website for info on guided tours of the house.

Phoenix Park is home to heards of wild Irish deer – take a walk or grab a Dean bike and explore the park to catch a glimpse of the deer grazing or prancing about!

Phoenix Park is also the home of Dublin Zoo – perfect for a sunny day to grab an ice-cream from one of the kiosks, cafe & tea rooms or bring a picnic. You will find a multitude of playgrounds and Kiosks selling ice creams for those long lazy Summer days. Cafés & tea rooms and a beautiful flower garden along with the Victorian Walled Kitchen Garden will make up the perfect picnic.

Just a quick 15 minute walk to O’Connell Street and a short bus journey will leave you directly at the entrance to The Phoenix Park. Beyond the gates, you will find an abundance of activities, historical sites, landscaped gardens and the home of Ireland’s president, Arás an Uachtaráin.

The Phoenix Park is serviced by many bus routes and the Luas.

Directions From Dublin City Centre

Buses: 25, 26, 46A, 66 / 66A / 66B, 67, 69

LUAS Red Line: Phoenix Park is a 15 minute walk from the Heuston Station stop.

Stay at The Dean to be close to the city centre and Phoenix Park. Reserve a table at Sophie’s for dinner for the full city experience.

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