Hire a Private Jet to Dublin

Dublin, a city bursting with culture and vibrant energy, serves as a compelling destination for the discerning traveller. Choosing a private jet for your journey to Ireland's vibrant capital offers not just a luxurious experience but also an efficient and personalised way to explore the city's unique blend of history and modernity. Read on to discover essential tips and insights for enhancing your private jet experience to Dublin.

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Dublin is the largest city in Ireland and among the most well-known. It is a UNESCO city renowned for literature, art, music and history. Moreover, it is a major metropolis with views of the rolling green hills for which the country is so well-known. A visit to Dublin is ideal for more than just some of the best beers in the world; there is enough to keep visitors busy here no matter what your interests are.

Flying in and out of Dublin via private jet mimics the luxury you can experience touring the city as a visitor. This ensures that you have optimal time to enjoy that pint or stroll along the infamous green hills before heading out again.

What Is There To Do in Dublin?

There is plenty to do in Dublin that does not necessarily involve spending all of your time in a dark bar downing pints of Irish brew - though that's not a bad way to spend time in the city, either.

St. Patrick's Cathedral

Night view of the St. Patrick's Cathedral in Dublin, Ireland
Visit St. Patrick's Cathedral

St. Patrick's Cathedral is the national cathedral for the country and the largest in the city. Its hallowed halls have been standing for centuries and legend has it that St. Patrick himself was baptized here. This is a definite must-see when in Dublin if for nothing else than to experience the sense of history that dwells here.

Grafton Street

Shoppers and tourists at the famous Grafton Street Mall.
Walk around the Grafton Street

One of the most interesting areas of Dublin is Grafton Street, which boasts performers playing everything from punk rock to traditional Irish music. If it's the culture you are after during your trip, a stop through one of the venues here will provide it in spades. There is also plenty of shopping and dining options on this thoroughfare as well.

Irish Whiskey Museum

Irish whiskey museum in Dublin. It's a popular touristic destination.
Take a tour in the Irish Whiskey Museum

If you're itching to learn more about the Irish whiskey shipped around the world or simply want to understand the extent to which whiskey is such a core part of Irish culture, then definitely include a stop at the Irish Whiskey Museum on your itinerary.

Attend a Dublin Event

The Dublin International Film Festival is a must-attend event that screens some of the top independent and mainstream films making their way around the circuit. There are few events with more fanfare in Dublin, however, than St. Patrick's Day each March. There is no place better in the world to celebrate this holiday than Ireland's capital city.

Where Should You Eat in Dublin?

The culinary scene in Dublin is second to none, with Michelin-star properties offering exquisite dining experiences. For instance, those are the best restaurants in Dublin:

Patrick Guilbaud

The two-star Restaurant Patrick Guilbaud offers contemporary Irish cuisine and private dining. Up to 25 people can be seated in the private dining room of Restaurant Patrick Guilbaud, making it perfect for business meals, special occasions, or family get-togethers. Our main dining area can accommodate up to 80 guests for bigger gatherings.

Chapter one

The one-star Chapter One has an international menu and some of the best Irish coffee in the city. Combines Ross Lewis' experience and mentoring skills with Mickael Viljanen's enthusiasm and drive to provide one of Ireland's most distinctive dining experiences.

Where Should You Stay in Dublin?

Lodging options in Dublin are numerous, providing luxury properties with amenities that cater to high-end guests and maintain the opulence to which they are accustomed.

The Westbury

feeling of understated luxury characterises our Classic Rooms with their restful palette of creams and taupes and exquisite furnishings from leading brands such as George Smith and Blanc d’Ivoire
Book the best suite in the city

From its sophisticated bar to its polished lobby area, The Westbury in Dublin is the epitome of high-class lodging. From champagne breakfasts in lush suites to a romantic dinner in the on-site restaurant, guests have myriad options to relax in an elegant atmosphere at this well-appointed property.

The Merrion

Many of the Deluxe King Rooms at The Merrion overlook either the 18th-century classical gardens or the Government Buildings, which are located on the higher floors of the Georgian Main House. One of the most distinctive hotels in Dublin, the rooms have been furnished with textiles that complement the original townhouses' architecture and interior design.
Stay at the Merrion

Situated in the Dublin city centre, The Merrion is a five-star property that delivers every bit of a luxury experience. The property is a conglomeration of Georgian townhouses that have created a unique hotel experience. There is an on-site bar and restaurant, spa and gym, all of which are designed with the same level of elegance as the rest of the hotel.

Fitzwilliam Hotel Dublin

Overnight for two in a cosy garden view room. 
Full Irish breakfast & Welcome tipple & treats with our compliments
Enjoy this beautiful suite

One of the more modern properties in Dublin, the Fitzwilliam Hotel boasts afternoon tea, guest rooms overlooking lush garden spaces and Irish breakfast for guests looking for a more authentic experience.

The Croke Park

This 110 square metre two bedroom suite is ideal for families, with beautiful modern furniture and lots of natural light. It has two connected bedrooms, each with a king size bed, and a separate sitting space.
Enjoy the Croke best suite in the Irish style

Croke Park is another modern property that looks sleek and sophisticated from the outside while delivering old-world service within. A garden-style cafe beckons guests to enjoy a leisurely meal, while the executive lounge offers business travellers amenities to make getting things done easier and more convenient.

Travel to and from Dublin with LunaJets

Travelling in and out of Dublin via private jet is the best way to ensure that your trip happens on your time. After all, there is plenty to enjoy in Dublin and around Ireland in general, so why limit yourself to the whims of commercial travel?

A private jet means that you can flit in and out of the city on your schedule, with a group or solo, and really take in the best of what Dublin has to offer.

Frequently Asked Questions

How far is Dublin Airport from the city centre?

The Dublin Airport (DUB, EIDW) is 12 km distance from the centre of Dublin.

How many airports are there in Dublin?

There are two main airports in Dublin: Dublin International Airport (DUB, EIDW), which is the largest and busiest airport, and Dublin Weston Airport (EIWT), which is mainly used for general aviation and private flights.

Can I travel with Irish whisky on a private jet?

Yes. When you travel on a private jet you can carry alcohol in your luggage. The space in a light jet is usually limited to 6 or 7 pieces of luggage, depending on the aircraft model.