10 Great Places To Work Remotely In Dublin

By July 31, 2015 Business insight

 

With technology making it easier to work remotely, here are some of our favourite places to set up for those who are taking advantage of remote working capabilities.

 

  • The Morrison Hotel – Ormond Quay – Right in the heart of the city centre, The super stylish Morrison is a good central location. The recently renovated hotel offers a complimentary internet wireless network with speeds of up to 200mb. As the hotel is known for attracting some quite high profile guests, you never know who you might see.

Morrison

  • Phoenix Park – OK so you will need your own internet connection for this one, making it the perfect time to use your phone as a hotspot What is the point of remote working if not to enjoy the great outdoors and what a great spot this is. Nice views, animals and great for people watching. Just make sure your devices are fully charged or you have some sort of portable power supply.

Phoenix Park

  • Tea Garden – Ormond Quay – Below street level this is somewhere you have probably passed many of times and been a little bit intrigued. A great spot to hit after lunch, as it only opens at 3pm, Tea Garden is one of the most peaceful environments in the hustle and bustle of Dublin. Enjoy a cup of their speciality tea and chill on the cushioned floor seating, don’t worry there are tables and chairs too.

Tea Garden

  • The Forty Foot – Dun Laoghaire – Taking it out of the city, The famous Forty Foot pub has stunnings views overlooking Dun Laoghaire pier and and bay. Recently taken over by UK chain ‘Wetherspoons’ you can get great food here at very reasonable prices while working with a view, inside or outside.

The Forty Foot

  • Il Valentino Bakery and Cafe – Grand Canal Harbour – A popular spot in the docklands business district for working with a good coffee. You can sit outside *weather permitting* and enjoy something from their delicious bakery.

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  • Sophie’s Rooftop Bar & Restaurant @ The Dean Hotel – Harcourt Street – Get a 360 degree view of Dublin in this new glasshouse restaurant, this is really work with a view. You might even find yourself staying ‘after hours’ for the great food and drinks.

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  • 3FE – Grand Canal Street Lower – You have probably heard of 3FE as the current coffee craze. A popular choice among remote workers and coffee fiends to work  for a few hours and get their fill of caffeine.

3fe

  • Alchemy Juice Co. – BT2 Grafton Street – Right in the centre of Grafton Street this is people watching heaven, make sure you get a seat at the big window. Not your typical ‘cafe working day’, this is the healthier alternative.

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  • The Marker Hotel – Grand Canal Square – One of the newest additions to the Docklands business district, The Marker is a great place to set up office for a couple of hours and also an impressive spot for a meeting.

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  • Malahide Castle – A particularly nice spot for sunny days where you can set up on the the outdoor terrace of the Avoca Cafe with a coffee and a nice treat from their bakery. They also have an onsite meeting room if required.

Avoca

 

 

 

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