From famous high street names on Grafton Street to the street traders in Moore Street, there’s something for everyone. Dublins shopping districts are located either side of the Liffey and have a wealth of high street shopping interspersed with expansive department stores and open air markets.
If you want to combine your shopping with a look at some of the city’s landmarks then taking a stroll down Grafton Street and popping into the Powerscourt Townhouse Centre, or stop by The Spire that overlooks Henry Street to get in your quota of sightseeing before hitting the shops. After a long day of shopping, why not enjoy a nights stay at Ballsbridge Hotel.
Nearby Shopping Districts & Centres:
Ireland’s most famous shopping street is 1.6km stroll from Clayton Hotel Burlington Road. Stretching from St Stephens Green to College Green it is packed with high street names and big brands. Discover independent retailers and plenty of places to stop for coffee or lunch on the surrounding streets.
Stephen’s Green Shopping Centre
Located at the top of Grafton Street, opposite the park entrance, Stephen’s Green Shopping Centre is the perfect start to your shopping trip.
Steps from Grafton Street, the magnificent Powerscourt Centre has been transformed from Georgian mansion to shopper’s paradise brimming with designer apparel, jewellery, art and antiques, as well as some fabulous cafes, restaurants and bars.
Dublin’s other principal shopping street is north of the River Liffey offering high street fashion, popular Irish chain stores and home to Arnotts department store.
Situated on Henry/Mary Street, the Jervis Centre includes 70 domestic, UK and European retailers.
Dundrum Town Centre
Catch the Luas (tram) from nearby Charlemont to Dundrum Town Centre. Ireland’s largest shopping centre with over 169 retailers, cafes, restaurants, bars, cinema and even a theatre.