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Dublin city is the ideal location for a shopping trip. With a number of distinct shopping areas which can be easily explored by foot as well as larger shopping centres in the suburbs, there really is something for everyone.

Grafton Street Shopping

Grafton Street is a pedestrianised shopping street in the heart of Dublin city centre and is home to some of the most upmarket shops in the city as well as a range of well-known high street retailers. Brown Thomas, a luxury brand department store has its flagship store located on Grafton Street and is one of the most popular shops in the city with visitors and locals alike. Other shops include Ted Baker, Hugo Boss, Tommy Hilfiger, Massimo Dutti, Rocks Jewellers, River Island, Office, Marks & Spencer and the Disney Store. Grafton Street is also home to a range of restaurants, bars and cafés.


Henry Street

Henry Street is one of the main shopping streets in Dublin and is located just off O’Connell Street. It is fully pedestrianised and boasts 2 shopping centres, Arnotts department store as well as all the main high street retailers. The Ilac Shopping Centre has a range of fashion, homeware and accessories on offer while Jervis Street Shopping Centre is home to the largest New Look in Europe as well as Forever 21 and Topshop. Arnotts department store is one of Ireland’s best loved shops. The shop promotes Irish fashion and design as well as offering a range of cosmetics, footwear, jewellery and much more.


Shopping Centres

Dublin city centre is also home to smaller boutique shopping centres such as Powerscourt Shopping Centre and the Westbury Mall located just off Grafton Street. For quirky clothes and unusual gift ideas, George’s Street Arcade, located in an old Victorian building is a delight for shoppers.  Temple Bar is also a popular area for shopping especially at weekends with the Temple Bar Book Market, Temple Bar Food Market and Designer Mart at Cow’s Lane taking place.

Outside the city centre, there are a number of large shopping centres. Dundrum Town Centre located in south Dublin is one of Ireland’s largest shopping and home to over 160 shops including luxury brands and high street shops. Blanchardstown Shopping Centre and Liffey Valley Shopping Centres in West Dublin and the Pavilions Shopping Centre in north Dublin are home to all the main high street shops as well as large retail parks and cinemas.

Choose Clayton Hotels as your accommodation on your next shopping break in Dublin city centre. Pick between Clayton Hotel Dublin Airport, Clayton Hotel Cardiff Lane in Dublin’s docklands, Clayton Hotel Leopardstown near Sandyford Industrial Estate or Clayton Hotel Ballsbridge in Dublin 4.