Dublin Theatre Breaks & Concert Hotel

Looking to stay in the heart of Dublin city while attending visiting one of Ireland’s greatest theatres? Maldron Hotel Smithfield is your ideal choice. Our hotel is located within a short distance of all theatres and easily accessible via train, bus or car.

Hotel Near Dublin’s Theatres

  • Within walking distance of Dublin’s theatres
  • Choice of stylish, spacious rooms sleeping from 2 – 6 people
  • On-site hotel bar

The Olympia Theatre

The Olympia Theatre is a concert hall and theatre venue in Dublin, Ireland, located in Dame Street. The venue has played host to many well-known international artists down through the years. The Olympia Theatre is a notable setting in the core of Dublin city. Situated on Dame Street, it is only a 15-minute walk and 1.4km from Maldron Hotel Smithfield.

Vicar Street

Have you visited the amazing Vicar Street venue? Vicar Street has a capacity of 1500 and is currently managed by Aiken promotions. Vicar Street opened its doors in 1998 and since has become one of the most popular music venues in Ireland. Having won the Irish music venue of the year 5 times since 2008. There are attractions scheduled almost daily, including stand-up comedy, drama performances and a variety of concerts covering all styles of music choice.

Vicar Street has hosted popular acts such as Bob Dylan, Neil Young and Paul Simon. Maldron Hotel Smithfield is the ideal choice as the venue is located just a short 15-minute walk away.

Bord Gáis Energy Theatre

The Bord Gáis Energy Theatre is a performing arts venue, located in the Docklands of Dublin, Ireland. It is Ireland’s largest fixed-seat theatre. It was designed by Daniel Libeskind for the DDDA, built by Joe O’Reilly, and opened by Harry Crosbie on 18 March 2010.

Bord Gáis Energy Theatre has the capacity to seat over 2,000 people in the purpose-built theatre. The theatre is located in Grand Canal Square Dublin and since opening, it has played host to some of the most prestigious international acts. The Bord Gáis Energy Theatre is located 3km from Maldron Hotel Smithfield and just a 15-minute taxi journey away. Attending a show in the Bord Gais Energy Theatre? Why not stay at Maldron Hotel Smithfield?

The Ambassador Theatre

The Ambassador Theatre Dublin is located in the heart of Dublin city. The theatre which is located on O’Connell street was formerly a cinema but now operates as a music venue. The theatre is a lot smaller than some of the others located throughout Dublin however it gives the fans the opportunity. The theatre’s mission is to create the wow factor for all its guests.

The Gate Theatre

The Gate Theatre was founded in 1928 and has become known as the home of Irish theatre. The venue is located on Parnell Square and the building has been seen as a landmark for over 250 years. The Gate Theatre is an artist-led organisation that produces original work at a world-class level.

Abbey Theatre

Ireland’s national theatre is also incredibly accessible from Maldron Hotel Smithfield by Luas. Avoid city centre traffic and parking hassles by leaving the car in the underground car park and get to the Abbey Theatre in just over 10 minutes by taking the tram 3 stops to Abbey Street, right around the corner from the theatres entrance. If you prefer to walk the theatre is only 1.7km/20 minutes away.

Stay at Maldron Hotel Smithfield

Attending a show, concert or music event in Dublin City? Why not stay at Maldron Hotel Smithfield? We offer comfortable, spacious and affordable 4-star accommodation, with 92 bedrooms, exceptional service, complimentary WIFI as well as on-site bar and restaurant.

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To find out about our latest offers, view our fantastic value special offers or call our friendly reservations team on +353 (0)1 485 0900 or email info.smithfield@maldronhotels.com and our friendly staff will be happy to assist you with planning your theatre break to Dublin.

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