Hard Rock International expands brand in Europe with Dublin hotel debut

Published on : Thursday, February 27, 2020

The renowned global brand, Hard Rock International recently announced the plan of opening a new property in Dublin, Ireland. With an international presence across 76 countries and the opening of Hard Rock Hotel Dublin, the brand continues to expand all over Europe.

 

 

The Hard Rock Hotel Dublin celebrates the rich cultural and musical history of the region. Influenced by two significant buildings from the history of Dublin, the hotel features an accommodation of 120 rooms. The idea behind the brand new property is a combination of the 20th century Exchange Building and the adjacent Fashion House Building blended together by a contemporary designed glass bridge.

 

 

Located on Exchange Street Upper near the Temple Bar district, the hotel is surrounded by various Irish attractions, heritage sites, bar and eateries. The iconic Guinness Storehouse, Dublin Castle and the Jameson Distillery are all walking distance away from the property. Dublin’s popular cultural institutions like the Olympia Theatre, the Irish Film Institute and the Gallery of Photography are also easily accessible from the hotel.

 

 

The exterior of the building has been constructed with the classic red-brick maintaining north Dublin’s local aesthetic. The interiors are decorated with precious Hard Rock memorabilia curated by the experts to include valuable possessions and instruments from Ireland’s best musicians. Favourite Irish singers like Van Morrison, U2, Hozier and Phil Lynott among others are all featured in the sections. Every room is furnished with exciting colour schemes coupled with bright stones and warm woods that perfectly reflects Dublin’s vibrant atmosphere.

 

 

Dale Hipsh, Senior Vice President, Hard Rock International Hotels said in a press brief that brand is expanding further into Europe in order to target destinations that are culturally rich and complements the musical soul of the brand. He mentioned that Dublin forms the perfect connection with the brand for its deep musical roots.

 

 

The hotel would also associate with popular South American eatery Zampas, which would further elevate the prospect of tourist and local attraction. The restaurant would be a musical entertainment hub with DJs, expert playlists and live performances.

 

 

 

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