The Clarence Hotel
The Clarence Hotel first opened its doors in 1852 that boasts spectacular views with beautiful suites and a host of areas for entertainment.
The hotel was refurbished in the 1930’s and hosted an eclectic clientele, from visiting clergymen to bawdy musicians. The tired two-star stop-over was bought by Bono and The Edge in 1992 and transformed into a contemporary boutique hotel, the kind of place that they would choose to stay themselves. The new Clarence Hotel then opened in June 1996.
With 50 bedrooms and suites to choose from, as well as their spectacular Penthouse Suites, The Clarence offers luxurious and stylish accommodation in the heart of it all. Within the hotel complex, guests can enjoy a number of dining and bar areas – The Study and The Octagon Bar in the hotel itself, as well as Cleaver East restaurant run by Michelin Star chef Oliver Dunne on the ground floor and The Liquor Rooms underneath the hotel. They also provide 24 hour room service and many added comforts for guests to enjoy.