The Hard Rock Hotel has continued its expansion into Europe with its latest hotel opening in Dublin. The Hard Rock Hotel Dublin is located on Exchange Street Upper near the Temple Bar district. The hotel is within walking distance of popular attractions like Dublin Castle, Guinness Storehouse, the Jameson Distillery and more.

The Hard Rock Hotel Dublin is a unique hotel. Built from two historic buildings that have been connected together by a glass walkway, Hard Rock was able to incorporate the look and feel of historic Dublin into this modern hotel's interior.

The hotel consists of 120 beautifully decorated rooms. The lobby and many of the common areas of the hotel feature priceless rock memorabilia. Of course, the Hard Rock Hotel Dublin would not be complete without memorabilia from U2, Van Morrison and Hozier.

The newly opened Hard Rock property features a South American themed restaurant that offers dishes boasting a fusion of South American flavors with local Irish produce. The restaurant also functions as an entertainment hub featuring performances, live DJs, and curated playlists. The Hard Rock Hotel Dublin also houses Constant Grind, perfect for guests looking to treat themselves to some light bites, homemade treats, afternoon tea, or specialty coffees. Constant Grind also offers craft beers and late-night cocktails.

Guests will enjoy the music theme throughout their stay at the Hard Rock Hotel Dublin. Sound of Your Stay will be a part of the perks guests can look forward to enjoying during their stay. Guests can have a guitar delivered to their room for spontaneous jam sessions or a vinyl player to enjoy some records. Yoga is also available in each room with playlists created by the Hard Rock for this exercise program.

In addition to the opening of the Dublin hotel, Hard Rock will open the Hard Rock Hotel Amsterdam in April of 2020.

Adam Luehrs is a contributing writer at based in California. He likes traveling to new and exciting destinations, preferably on his credit card company's dime. When not on the road, Adam enjoys hiking around the mountains of San Diego, trying out new food and reading history books. Email: