Founded in November 2000, the Guinness Storehouse, also known as Guinness Hop Store is located at St. James Gate Brewery in Dublin Ireland. Since its opening, the Guinness Storehouse has attracted millions of visitors from all around the globe. The design of the building totally resembles the one of the Chicago School of Architecture, and it was the first multi storey steel framed building to exist in Ireland. Stay in a hotel near the Guinness Storehouse and learn more about its intriguing history.
Dublin offers its visitors a wide range of things to do and see depending on their preferences. Guinness Storehouse in itself is a must see amongst all the other attractions. The Halfpenny Bridge, a captivating footbridge, is one of the most popular landmarks and is also worth a visit. You can visit the Whiskey Corner which was once Jameson's Whiskey Distillery, now a museum where Whiskey is made and sample what the different kinds of Whiskeys. Make sure you visit the largest church in Ireland, the St. Patrick's Cathedral and find out the history behind it. A hotel near the Guinness Storehouse would be the perfect way to start your adventure in Ireland.
If you arriving in Dublin by road, you can take the M50 motorway which is one of the important motorways in the country. The M1 all through to M9 and M11 motorways serve the Greater Dublin Area. The Dublin Airport, located 10 kilometres north of Dublin city centre has both domestic and international flights. Dublin also has a port which is not far from the city centre, and it serves around 1.3 million tourists yearly. Getting to your hotel near the Guinness Storehouse will definitely be easy considering the transport options available to you.