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Wednesday, 19 December 2012

Dublin convention centre review, Dublin convention centre accommodation, accommodation near convention centre, bed and breakfast, guesthouse, anchor guesthouse, guesthouses dublin

Dublin convention centre review, Dublin convention centre accommodation, accommodation near convention centre, bed and breakfast, guesthouse, anchor guesthouse, guesthouses dublin
The Dublin Convention Centre© is only a few minutes’ walk from the Anchor Guesthouse and Townhouse Guesthouse, Dublin; accommodation near the Convention Centre is often lacking the personal service so often expected from Convention Centre delegates. The Anchor and Townhouse Guesthouses offer a traditional Irish welcome in what are family owned and run Guesthouses at the centre of Dublin City living but quietly set back to allow guests to enjoy a quiet and relaxed stay that offers personal service and those extra touches that sets a family owned and run business from the concrete giants.

As breakfast is the most important meal of the day, why not share a tempting Irish breakfast with your clients, at The Anchor Guesthouse or Townhouse Guesthouse, Your breakfast is FREE when you Book Direct on Our website.
The Anchor House Dublin is regarded as one of Dublin’s most charming City Centre guesthouses. This former 1790′s home is located within a few minutes’ walk of Dublin’s most popular attraction, the Dublin Convention Centre.
The Town House Dublin was established in 1978 with a focused objective of distinguishing ourselves from others by providing best practice in customer service. Our aim has always been to ensure that our guests enjoy their stay at the Town House B&B but equally as important that they enjoy their stay in Dublin. The Town House B&B offers guests a choice of rooms from our deluxe doubles, twins to comfortable and well serviced singles.
“You see things and you say ’why’. But I dream things that never were and I say ‘Why not?’” (George Bernard Shaw)
For anyone who has attended the Convention Centre Dublin it is not necessary to describe the contribution this fantastic centre has made to both the architecture and culture of Dublin. The Convention Centre Dublin has made many things possible that once appeared impossible. This claim to greatness is not an idle boast by those who had the vision to bring the Convention Centre Dublin to life, but is a claim supported by 20 major industry awards. Business in Ireland had always sought a venue that could show-case all that is good about Irish commerce, culture and tradition. The Convention Centre Dublin had a dream and that dream has now become a reality, the Convention Centre Dublin has pulled back the curtain on an international stage, where international conferences, national conventions, and all and any event that desires a national or international backdrop to their activities can show-case. The Convention Centre is not detached from the reality of Ireland’s economic position in 2012/2013, and has to that end, hosted conferences that are central to economic recovery in Ireland, Europe and the USA. The Springboard Road-show was hosted by the Convention Centre in Dublin in 2012 and many of Ireland’s leading business people gave their time, experience and knowledge to help unemployed persons to get back into the work place, people such as Gavin Duffy, Hillary O’Meara, Fergal Quinn and so many more proved that the Convention Centre Dublin has a key role to play in economic recovery and development.
The Convention Centre is a meeting place, it brings a new meaning to social networking where pressing the flesh means hopes and dreams can be supported by teaming up with the right people at the right time. The Convention Centre Dublin offers a Global platform with facilities and service that can compete with the very best in the world. Ireland is a small vibrant nation that is supported by its network of international business partners; Ireland now offers its network of international business partners a venue that recognises the importance of their business, culture and traditions. The Convention Centre Dublin is above all else a thriving, interactive hub that supports business, communities and networks.
Anyone who attended the Springboard Road-show in 2012 will not have failed to see how the Convention Centre has developed a team of enthusiastic professionals who drive towards ensuring the Convention Centre is the best that it can be. There is in the Convention Centre a sense of passion, rarely seen in modern Convention Centres, this is a Convention Centre worthy of its awards and it stands testament to the vision of Ireland’s business community, it is as much an inspiration as it is an iconic landmark to all that is good about Ireland and her international partners. Whatever the event, big or small, the Convention Centre Dublin will deliver the highest standard to ensure that your event is the best that it can possibly be.
Often modern Convention Centres are about big lights and flashing images, rather than showing some concern for the environment from which each one of us sustains life. The Convention Centre Dublin has not left its Carbon Footprint obligations in some obscure promissory document to impress planners and eco-warriors, the Convention Centre Dublin offers guests a carbon calculator that can help guests to contribute to the world’s first carbon neutral Convention Centre. Joining with their environmental partners, Emission Zero, the Dublin Convention Centre puts its Green Footprint firmly on the ground. The calculator can be used to off-set the carbon from your journey to the Convention Centre in Dublin. When you help reduce your carbon footprint Emission Zero will donate 10% of your carbon off-set charge to Haven, an Irish NGO building homes and hope in Haiti.
The Convention Centre Dublin is purpose built in order to bring a world stage for business, commerce and culture to Dublin, Ireland’s capital and historic city. The Convention Centre is built in the scenic Spencer Dock area which is right in the heart of Dublin’s modern business metropolis. The Convention Centre was developed by leading businessmen and public sector visionaries, and it is the first State owned, public access building to be constructed since the foundation of the Irish State, in 2016 when The Irish Republic celebrates 100 years of independence from our good neighbours Britain, the Convention Centre Dublin will stand testament to all that is good about Ireland and its international partners with whom we have learned and shared so much.
The Dublin Convention Centre was designed by Pritzker award-winning Irish-born architect Kevin Roche; The Convention Centre Dublin has quickly become a landmark building. Its stunning design includes a unique glass-fronted atrium running the full height of the building, which gives visitors panoramic views of the River Liffey, Dublin city centre and the Wicklow mountains.
Recognised as the first carbon neutral constructed convention centre, this contemporary design meets the highest standards of environmental sustainability, and is committed to long-term sustainability in accordance with the International Standards Organisation (ISO) 14001.
The CCD at a glance
•22 purpose-built meeting rooms
•2,000 seat Auditorium with full theatrical stage and fly tower
•4,500 square metres of exhibition space
•Theatre capacity for 3,000 delegates in The Forum
•Banqueting facilities for up to 2,000 guests
•Intimate boardrooms, large and small halls and meeting rooms
•Cutting edge technology and wi-fi throughout
•Six spacious foyer areas
•Stunning views of Dublin city, bay and mountains on upper foyer levels
•Two large cargo lifts including a truck container lift
•Located beside the new ‘LUAS’ tram line with its own station
•Minutes from Dublin Port Ferry Terminal
•Only 20 minutes from Dublin Airport©
•Within walking distance of many hotels, restaurants and attractions