Choose Ireland for your next event

There are many reasons to bring your next event to Ireland – but, in essence it is the unique combination of people, place and proximity that naturally lend themselves to the delivery of world-class business events. 

Dublin Conference Centre 


friendly, professional and passionate people

Place

In Ireland, business and pleasure know no boundaries - connecting with peers, shaping new ideas, doing deals happen naturally in a country of breathtaking natural beauty. 

 

Safe and secure destination

People

 In the country of the 100,000 welcomes, the big and the small are taken care of seamlessly and effortlessly by a dedicated team of professionals supported by a hospitable army of hosts who call themselves local.

World class business event facilities and venues

Proximity

Easy is our middle name – access, communication, contingency planning. We deliver on ease for delegates and organisers alike.  

Excellent range of quality accommodation offerings

History

Ireland is steeped in a rich cultural heritage – it’s a land of saints and scholars, poets and songwriters.  Our creative spirit continues to shine through our culture and our work. Delegates can expect a diverse cultural experience offering up the old and the new, and gauranteeing lasting memories. 

Value for money

Hospitality 

When you host an event in Ireland  you work with a dedicated and experienced team of professionals who have a forward-thinking and can-do attitude to getting things done at the highest standard. It is the combination of professionalism, passion and friendliness that make events in Ireland positively memorable,  hassle free and of the highest standard.

Great food experiences where local rul

Food

We might be a small island, but when it comes to food, we’ve got big culinary ambitions. Ireland has become a very exciting place for exceptional food which brings together our wealth of culinary talent and good quality local food. You’ll find a new strand of creative Irish cuisine fuelled by artisan producers, innovative chefs, and world-class ingredients.

Travel Information

Ireland is comprised of 32 counties divided into 4 provinces; Ulster, Munster, Leinster & Connacht. 26 counties make up the R.O.I, Dublin City being the capital, while Belfast is the capital of the UK governed N.I.

The climate in Ireland is mild and temperate. For detailed information about the climate visit www.met.ie

The Euro is used in R.O.I. while N.I. uses the U.K. sterling. Major retailers in N.I. retailers accept Euro.

Tax refunds are available for business meetings in both N.I. and R.O.I. For more information, log onto www.irishrefunds.com

English and Irish (Gaeilge) are the two official languages spoken in Ireland

We have 5 international airports (Dublin, Cork, Shannon, Ireland, West Airport, Knock & Belfast) catering for over 170 direct routes from 20 countries by 60 airlines

We have 5 international airports (Dublin, Cork, Shannon, Ireland, West Airport, Knock & Belfast) catering for over 170 direct routes from 20 countries by 60 airlines

Visitors are advised to check what form of ID is required with the individual airline, tour operator or travel agent before travelling.

World Class Facilities

Ireland’s impressive venues range from purpose-built facilities to locations that offer something different and unique, such as modern universities, historic halls and castles, exceptional resorts and luxurious hotels.

With driven, energetic and highly skilled professionals, facilities are competitive, modern and maintained to the highest standard meaning you are guaranteed everything will run smoothly and efficiently from start to finish.

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Dublin

Stay in Dublin

  • 20,000 bedrooms
  • Largest city hotel – Double Tree by Hilton, 1,200 theatre style
  • Largest hotel – Citywest, 4,100 theatre style
  • Largest conference venue – The RDS (Royal Dublin Society), 6,500 theatre style
  • Largest gala dinner venue – The RDS (Royal Dublin Society), 3,200 banquet style
  • Convention Centre Dublin (CCD) – with space for 3,020 theatre style and auditorium with tiered seating for 2,000 and seating for 2,000 banquet style
  • See venues in Dublin 

Cork

Stay in Cork

  • 8,500 bedrooms
  • Largest hotel – The Silver Springs Moran Hotel, 800 theatre style
  • Largest conference venue – City Hall, 900 theatre style
  • Largest gala dinner venue – City Hall, 800 banquet style
  • See venues in Cork

Limerick

Stay in Limerick
  • 7,000 bedrooms
  • Largest hotel – Strand Hotel, 600 theatre style
  • Largest conference venue – University of Limerick, 1,000 auditorium
  • Largest gala dinner venue – Thomond Park, 450 banquet style
  • See venues in Limerick

Killarney

Stay in Killarney

  • 2,500 bedrooms
  • Largest hotel – The Malton Hotel, 950 theatre style
  • Largest conference venue – Killarney Convention Centre, 2,500 theatre style
  • Largest gala dinner venue – Killarney Convention Centre, 2,430 banquet style
  • See venues in Killarney

Galway

Stay in Galway
  • 5,300 bedrooms
  • Largest hotel – Radisson Blu Hotel, 900 theatre style
  • Largest conference venue – NUI Galway, 1,100 theatre style
  • Largest gala dinner venue – Radisson Blu Hotel, 650 banquet style
  • See venues in Galway

 

Belfast

Stay in Belfast

  • 7,000 bedrooms
  • Largest hotel – Hastings Europa Hotel, 500 theatre style
  • Largest conference venue – Belfast Waterfront, 2,223 theatre style
  • Largest gala dinner venue – The King's Hall Complex, 1,800 banquet style
  • See venues in Belfast 

Derry

Stay in Derry
  •  631 bedrooms Largest hotel – Hastings Everglades Hotel, 400 theatre style
  • Largest conference venue – Millennium Forum, 1,020 theatre style
  • Largest gala dinner venue – City Hotel, 300 banquet style
  • Unique venue – Guildhall, 260 banquet style
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Contact Letitia Wade 

Letitia.Wade@failteireland.ie

Tel: +353 91 537751

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