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You may have read all of our blogs about Dublin and the fascinating things to see and do here, but there are facts about Dublin that you wouldn’t often find in blogs. We’ve put together a few of the more obscure and little-known facts about Dublin, some of which even locals aren’t aware of! We’ve also included a few facts about our most prestigious postcode, and home of our serviced apartments in Dublin, Ballsbridge.  1. Vikings Dublin w...


Christmas in Dublin is a very special season. Shoppers bustle along city streets, tourists admire the gorgeous shopfront decorations, and no one seems to mind the dark evenings when thousands of sparkling lights illuminate the skies. This year, if you’re planning a Dublin Christmas trip, don’t pay over the odds for your accommodation. PREMIER SUITES serviced apartments in Dublin offer great value accommodation and an ideal location but it fills up very fast at this time of the year. Book now ...


Brunch is the new craze around Dublin. We have probably always done it; it just didn’t have an official name before! Cafes in the city have embraced this breakfast/lunch hybrid with dedicated brunch spots popping up all over. If you’re a fan of eggs, pancakes, coffee and sometimes even mimosas, we’ve put together our best Dublin brunch spots, all of which are tried, tested and approved by PREMIER SUITES serviced apartments Dublin Ballsbridge staff. 1. Roly’s Bistro


Being Ireland’s capital city, Dublin is spoiled for choice when it comes to events in Dublin with something to suit all tastes. If you’re planning a trip to the big smoke for an upcoming event, make sure to steer clear of overpriced hotels. Instead, make the most of your money when you stay in a serviced apartment in Dublin.  PREMIER SUITES Dublin Ballsbridge is perfectly positioned both to explore the city and to attend RDS events. Here is just a small snippet of our favourite events co...


5 Reasons Why Visiting Dublin During Summer Should be on Everybody’s Bucket-List

Although Dublin is a magical place year-round, it is especially beautiful during the Summer. In Winter, there is a great hustle and bustle with thousands of shoppers stocking up for Christmas. Summer has a much more relaxed vibe; much more chilled and slower-paced. Here’s why Dublin is especially great in the Summer:

The Atmosphere
Once the weather is good, Dublin tends to be in a gre...