IFSC Apartments

Dublin, County Dublin | Property ID: | Show on map

Min 90 2 1 6


Well serviced by rail, airport link and water taxi, this apartment is a clear winner for business travellers, offering comfort and convenience in equally high measure.

Furnished in universal good taste with warm, timber hues, the interior boasts superb natural light, while balconies in the lounge and bedroom provide a breath of fresh air. Strolling around this area gives you a taste of both modern and historic Ireland where you can see the modern designer structures from the recent celtic tiger economic growth and you can also see the artwork along the river Liffeys quay wall dedicated to the millions of people that left Ireland during the famine in the previous century.

There are a number of fashionable restaurants and cafe’s close to the apartment building. There is a Spar and Marks & Spencer food store closeby.
Stroll over the Macken St Bridge to reach the South side or catch a gig at the O2 Exhibition centre, the Spencer Dock apartment typifies the award-winning arcitectural design that abounds in the area.

The easy access to public transport is one of the highlights of this location:

-Bus: 33x, 142, 747

-Luas (tramway) red line has a stop located 200 meters from the apartment, Spencer Dock Luas stop.


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Things To Do

WHAT YOU CAN’T MISS - GAA Museum - The GAA Museum celebrates Ireland's national games of hurling and Gaelic football since its foundation in 1884. Its collections and exhibits illustrate the rich history of these games, highlighting the unique contribution the GAA has made to Ireland’s cultural, social and sporting heritage. Explore the GAA Museum with its exhibition galleries that vividly illustrate the story of Gaelic games from the ancient times to present day and test your hurling and football skills in the interactive games zone. -WHERE TO GET FOOD AND DRINKS - Diceys Garden - Wondering where to eat in Dublin? Murray's offers delicious traditional Irish food, as well as modern international cuisine. Wondering where to have a great night out in Dublin? Murray's offers live music and Irish dancing every week. Need more reasons to visit Murray's? Well, maybe their comfortable lounge our heated beer garden where you can enjoy a creamy pint of Guinness and a hearty meal may convince you. -WORTH A VISIT - The Spire- The Spire, also known as the Monument of Light, is a huge, striking and innovative monument in Dublin. It is an icon that represents the city and is recognizable around the world. It stands at around 120 meters high, which makes it Dublin's tallest structure by far. It has 3 meters in diameter at the base and it becomes narrower at the top, that's why it sways under extreme wind loading. Don't be alarmed if the structure sways when the wind blows, because it's normal! The Spire reflects and scatters the Dublin light by day, whilst a subtle lighting scheme and perforations in the steel near its tip creates an elegant glowing effect at night.