James Joyce Penthouse Suite
James Joyce Suite is Dublin's largest 5 Star Suite. James Joyce, born in Dublin on February 2nd, 1882, left an admirable legacy as an Irish novelist, short story writer and poet. In 1904, he rented the front upstairs room of No. 60 Shelbourne Road, Ballsbridge from a family called McKernan for a short period. It was from this house that, on 16 June 1904, he set out for a rendezvous with Nora Barnacle, later to be his wife. He commemorated this date by choosing it as the day on which the action of his novel, Ulysses, takes place.
The James Joyce Suite is InterContinental Dublin's largest and most spectacular suit. Boasting 250 square metres/2691 square feet, the suite can be booked as a one bedroom suite or guests may choose for it to be a three bedroom suite, making it the most spacious suite in Dublin. This lavish residential style suite adorned with bespoke furniture, silk walls and its own private bar, offers the ideal hideaway for extended stays while in Dublin City.
Sleeps up to eight guests with the option of two additional interconnecting* bedrooms | Quiet Room | Views Overlooking Ballsbridge and Garden Terrace