Ropemaker Place

Grand Canal Dock Dublin Dublin 2 • From $170 Per Night
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  • One & Two Bedroom Units Available
  • Up to Two Bathrooms
  • Attached Garage
  • Laundry In Unit

Property Details

About this property

Ropemaker Place is an innovative solution on how to live with ease in a denser city. Within walking distance of many global-technology headquarters, this project demonstrates design strategies across all scales for how to live, work and relax within a street based urban environment.

There are a range of entertainment venues located here including the Bord Gais Energy Theatre and the Three Arena, as well as trendy cafés, restaurants, bars, gyms, shops. Ropemaker Place also benefits from proximity to public transport links. The DART, Dublin Bus and Dublin Bikes are all within a short distance.

All bed linen and towels are provided. The apartment has a SMART TV for those Netflix fans!

The nightly rate includes: Welcome pack, weekly housekeeping, weekly linen & towels change, electricity (subject to fair usage cap), cable TV, 240 MB Wi-Fi broadband with unlimited usage.


Fully Equipped Kitchen
Washing Machine in Unit
Lift Access
Smart TV
Nespresso Machine
Parking on request
Internal Landscaped Gardens
Bicycle Parking Available
24/7 Secure Access
Weekly Housekeeping
High Speed Wi-Fi
Desk and Chair
Welcome Pack

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Dublin has been a global city since the 800s AD and is the capital city of Ireland. Dublin is a contemporary and historical centre for Irish education, arts, and culture, administration and industry. While visitors might have to do some digging to see evidence of its Viking past, Dublin's rich history is apparent all around, from its medieval castle and cathedrals to the magnificence of the 18th century, when it was the most beautiful Georgian city in the Empire and its lavish public and private buildings reflected the status of its most affluent residents. Dublin is a relatively small and accessible city, small enough and safe enough to get around on foot, while the Luas tram system and the suburban rail system, the DART, provide excellent transport throughout the city.

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