Wilde Dublin

Wilde DublinWilde Dublin

So many photo ops, so little time. 

We like to think that we have the ability to disconnect and unplug from our smart phones but the truth is we have an addiction. Admitting it is the first step to recovery, right? Without even thinking about it we scroll through our Insta feed at every available moment as though our life depends on it. While we're aware that this isn't actually the case, we still can't resist a photo op when it arises. So, should you find yourself in any of the 'grammable locations below, take a snap and tag us in it. We're probably on the app anyway. 

STAY

For the most relaxing city break...#iveaghgardenhotel #igh #dublin #ireland

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Dublin's newest hotel the Iveagh Garden is taking Harcourt Street by storm. Maybe just try to avoid a cheeky Coppers trip during your stay...

 

The achingly cool Tracey Emin neon reception desk says it all. The Dean Dublin screams social media. 

Forget First Dates, can we just have all of our dates in the Gibson?

 

EAT

The terrace at Wilde, at the Westbury Hotel is what summer dreams are made of. But fear not, the glorious fireplace and velvet-lined booths make for ideal Insta fodder all year round. 

Glover's Alley is Dublin's answer to Sketch in London. The pink, Art Deco interiors don't disappoint and happily, the food is the real shining star. 

 

Another newish addition to the Dublin scene. Roberta's, along with sister restaurants, Dollard & Co. and Tomahawk are great options for brunch, dinner and everything in between. 

 

DRINK

Cocktail o'clock at The Alex 

The Marker has undoubtedly our favourite rooftop bar in Dublin

 

One half - your granny's living room, another half - the chicest speakeasy around. The Vintage Cocktail Club has a seriously good drinks menu and the coolest clientele. Good luck finding it!

VISIT

? #thedoorsofdublin by @sv02

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A bit of a cheat, as it's not actually a place but the doors of Dublin make for incredible Instas. Every colour of the rainbow and all over town. Hop up the steps for a quick snap...before the residents catch you.

Howth cliff walks provide the best and most scenic views of the bay. Wrap up though, it gets windy on the coast.

Or for a seaside stroll on the southside. Costa del Killiney provides all the views too.