Why O’Connell Street is the perfect location in Dublin City Centre


Premier Business Centres are delighted to introduce our brand new location on O’Connell Street for serviced offices in the heart of Dublin’s bustling city centre. Here’s why O’Connell Street is the perfect location for your office:


A central location means you are always in the middle of the action. O’Connell Street is less than 10 minutes walking from the heart of Irelands International Financial Services Centre (IFSC). Dublin’s business district is ever expanding and the Dockland Development means more and more financial giants are finding a home with us. We are also close to the Smithfield, The Grand Canal, and the Dublin Convention Centre and of course some of the best hotels in Dublin just in case you need to stay over.


O’Connell Street is very well connected by bus for travel around the city, most of the main bus lines pass through on their way out of the city. The closest train station is less than 10 minutes’ walk from us and is perfect for longer commutes or onward travel. Dublin’s newest light rail line – LUAS – runs directly down the centre of the street, connecting North and South Dublin making O’Connell Street easily accessible no matter where you or your clients are travelling from.


O’Connell Street is a stone’s throw from one of Dublin’s two principal shopping streets, Henry Street. With a wide variety of high-street stores, Henry Street is bursting with brand names in clothing, footwear and electricals. A short walk across the Liffey will take you to the more high-end Grafton Street, a beautiful and historic street with some of the best stores in Dublin such as Brown Thomas and Ted Baker.


You will also find some fantastic culinary options in the area, from fine dining to fast food and everything in between. We love the new Morelands Grill on Westmorland Street. They open from 12pm each day for lunch and serve the most delicious steaks, ideal for an extended lunch or for entertaining clients. Closer to us you can get the best fish & chips on this side of Dublin in Beshoff. You also have the option of shops and supermarkets within a five-minute walk.


O’Connell Street in Dublin’s city centre is certainly one of the most impressive streets in Dublin and hard to avoid when travelling in or out of Dublin. It is home to The Spire which at 397.6 feet tall is the world's tallest piece of freestanding sculpture. It is also home to the popular and historically significant GPO, which played a major part in Irelands 1916 Rising. The Gate Theatre and The Savoy Cinema are both a stone’s throw away and you are within walking distance of all of Dublin’s most impressive museums and galleries.