If you are spending the Halloween in the city of Dublin, you are in for a spooktacular treat! Why does the city celebrate Halloween with a big bang? Well, the modern celebration of Halloween or All Hallows’ Eve originated with the Celts in Ireland. It is believed to have evolved from the pre-Christian Gaelic festival of Samhain. This Pagan tradition was held every year on October 31st in honour of the end of the harvest and the beginning of winter. The Irish do and always have, celebrated Hallow...

1. Family Friendly RoomsWe have a selection of rooms to choose from to suit each family’s personal needs. The most common choices for families are our interconnecting family rooms and serviced apartments. Both offer an abundance of amenities and benefits including:Free wireless and wired internet accessHypnos beds with crisp white duvetsTea/coffee stationMultichannel LCD TVIron & ironing boardLapto...

There are many things to love about travelling to Dublin, and we are about to give you one more! If you haven’t been to the Aspect Hotel Park West, you’re in luck. We are about to share the top 5 reasons that make this Dublin Hotel great. Whether you’ve come for business or pleasure, you are sure to find that this hotel suits all your travelling needs. From the self-catering apartments to the restaurant and bar, the Aspect Hotel is full of Irish hospitality to please all of our guests. ...

We want to give you a quick guide to the most frequently asked questions here in the Hotel.Front DeskWhat is your cancellation policy?Our cancellation Policy is 2.00pm the day before arrival, should the hotel not be informed of the cancellation the 1st nights’ accommodation will be charged for a non-show. Can I reserve a room or request a rate quote via email?You can call or email the hotel directly...

Ready for some St Patrick’s day fun? Celebrated in more countries than any other holiday, St. Patrick’s day is a cultural and religious holiday celebrated on 17th March in the honour of Saint Patrick, the foremost patron saint of Ireland. Saint Patrick's Day was made an official Christian feast day in the early 17th century, and has continued to be a most popular holiday in all of Ireland ever since. The St. Patrick’s Day Festivities are an invitation open to everyone to visit Dublin to celeb...