44 Lansdowne Rd, Dublin 4, Ireland
(0.3 km from Aviva Stadium)
P: (+353) 1 667 4022
One fine body…
This year the conference will take place at the grounds of one of the Aviva Stadium. Host of both the Irish rugby team as well as the Republic of Ireland football team you will be walking into a true national sports temple. Located adjacent to the Lansdowne Road DART station it is only a 5 minute train ride away from Dublin city centre. With its modern conference facilities, its open atmosphere and its innovative character this is an ideal location for the UIIN conference.
The Aviva Stadium is located at:
Our Wednesday evening get-together will take place at the Front Door Bar and Restaurant, located on Dame street in the heart of Dublin city. We look forward to welcoming you for drinks and networking just before we kick-off our main conference days.
The Front Door is located at:
The Front Door
15 Dame St
Following the last keynote on Thursday, all participants will board the busses that will drive you to the Guinness Storehouse – the number one on the ‘top 10 things to do in Dublin’ by visitdublin.com. At Guinness Storehouse, the conference dinner location, all participants will congregate for dinner, networking, entertainment and, most importantly, a great atmosphere.
The Guinness Storehouse is located at:
St James's Gate
How to get there:
Car: You can come by own transportation (the stadium holds a large underground parking) or taxi. The stadium is only a 5-10 minute ride away from the city centre.
Train: The Aviva Stadium is a 5 minute DART train ride away from the city centre (Tara Street Station), the Lansdowne Road DART station is located right next to the stadium.
Airport: Coming straight from the airport? Of course you can take taxi, but you could also take the Airport Shuttle 702 or 703 to Merrion Road which is a 10 minute walk from the Aviva Stadium.
Do you want to make your conference visit into a longer visit? Get tickets for the Ireland v Uruguay rugby game (4th of June) , or stay a few days longer and visit the World Cup Qualifier of the Reupublic of Ireland against Austria, or go to a Robbie Williams Concert.
44 Lansdowne Rd, Dublin 4, Ireland
(0.3 km from Aviva Stadium)
P: (+353) 1 667 4022
Sandymount Hotel, Herbert Road, Sandymount, Dublin 4, Ireland
(0.4 km from Aviva Stadium)
P: (+353) 1 6142000
1 Custom House Quay, Dublin 1, Ireland
(2.5 km from Aviva Stadium)
P: (+353) 1 854 1500
13-17 Fleet St, Dublin 2, Ireland
(2.9 km from Aviva Stadium)
P: (+353) 1 677 3333
Single rooms bed and breakfast – EUR 199 per night 25 rooms available; 10% off the price beyond 25 rooms; Reserve only via +3531 6773333 or email firstname.lastname@example.org; Quote: University Industry Interaction Conference
Pembroke Road, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4, Ireland
(0.5 km from Aviva Stadium)
P: (+353) 1 637 9300
2 Pearse St, Dublin 2, D02 FW96, Ireland
(2.4 km from Aviva stadium)
P: (+353) 1 648 1000
8-10 Merrion Street Lower, Dublin 2, Ireland
(1.6 km from Aviva Stadium)
P: (+353) 1 607 3500
Merrion Road, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4, Ireland
(1.1 km from Aviva Stadium)
P: (+353) 1 668 1111
90 Pembroke Road, D4 Dublin, Ireland
(0.6 km from Aviva Stadium)
P: (+353) 1 660 0277
7th – Single @ €139 B&B per room per night
8+9th – Single @ €169 B&B per room per night
(Twin / Double room – add €10 per night)
Please mention the University Industry Interaction Conference when booking by email through email@example.com
50-56 Merrion Road, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4, D04 V4K3, Ireland
(1.0 km from Aviva Stadium)
+353 (0) 1 901 8300
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