Even if you are not Irish, there are a few things that everyone knows about the nation – the overload of green associated with it, St. Patrick, good luck charms like the shamrock and drinking Guinness Stout until dawn. Guinness Stout is an integral part of Irish tradition and a trip to Dublin is just not complete unless you have a pint of the beer and maybe visit the local brewery as well. A tour of the Guinness Storehouse is something most of the tourists experience and so is the trip to the Gravity Bar on the 7th floor, but few get to spend a night at this exotic place. A look inside the storehouse and the view from the top is well and truly something to savor.

A night’s stay at Dublin’s most spectacular hangout

Even if you cannot stay at the Guinness Storehouse for a night (a reward for contest winners in the past), a look inside the space is definitely worth our time. Without a doubt, it is the 360-degree view of Dublin and its bright lights after sunset that steals the spotlight here. Glass walls allow for those inside to enjoy the best views possible of the amazing city and with a dining space and even bed next to the floor-to-ceiling glass walls, you can enjoy the spectacular scenery at every turn

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Experience Dublin in a whole new fashion!
Life inside the Guinness Storehouse in Dublin
View from the Gravity Bar is as spectacular as ever!
View of Dublin from the Guinness Storehouse
A dining experience with lights of Dublin in the backdrop
A stay at the Guinness Storehouse in Dublin is once in a lifetime experience

There is also a pool table that should keep you busy at late night as you gulp down pint after pint of Guinness and there is never a dull moment for the privileged few who get to spend their time inside this famous Dublin loft.

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