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Dublin is famous for its pub culture. Some of the most valuable networking experiences attendees have at Web Summit are in their hotel bar at the end of the night.

30,000 people are due to descend upon Dublin for Web Summit. As more and more people are booking their tickets in the run up to November, hotels around Dublin are selling out fast.

This year we’re stoked about launching industry-specific hotels. What does this mean? You can stay with like-minded people – there’s a hotel for everyone.

The Marker Hotel is where the coders, data scientists and designers will be at. Pretty fitting as this hotel is Dublin’s newest, luxury design hotel located on Grand Canal Square in the heart of Dublin city’s most vibrant cultural quarter.


Are you part of a startup? Lots of startups will be setting up camp at the Ballsbridge Hotel. A convenient 8 minutes walk from the RDS Web Summit venue, this is one of our favourites.


Obsessed with drones? Stay with other drone enthusiasts at Herbert Park. This hotel’s proximity to the RDS, where Web Summit is held, will seal those extra few minutes in bed after a night out around the streets of Dublin.


The Gibson Hotel will host the music lovers. Don’t miss the Hemidemisemiquaver Bar here, located on the 3rd floor with a stunning panoramic view of the Dublin docklands.


And that’s not all. IoT innovators will be found at Jury’s Inn Christchurch. Sports fanatics will be at Jury’s Inn Custom House. We’ve got the leading investors staying at the Fitzwilliam Hotel.

These rooms are selling out fast. Nab your spot to make sure you’re staying with like-minded folk.

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