Following the record-breaking success of the 2023 Irish Open in its new home at the historic Royal Dublin Society in Ballsbridge, Dublin, the festival returns for eight-days from March 25 to April 1 2024 and features a €1 million guaranteed Main Event and a €200 buy-in Mini Irish Open with €500,000 guarantee.
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A stone's throw from the RDS, the hotel is a traditional four-star nestled in the heart of Dublin's gorgeous Ballsbridge district that has been restored to the highest standards with spacious rooms (pictured below). Amenities include the newly launched Grandstand Bar & Restaurant where a traditional fry-up awaits you or the Vitality Breakfast Selection if you’re after a less carb-heavy option.
A hidden gem, known for its long and breezy beach and beautifully landscaped gardens, providing idyllic walks. Sandymount Hotel was awarded 4-star status in 2017 after an €8 million refurbishment including the upgrade of bedrooms (pictured below), the Line Out Bar, and Whitty’s Restaurant and outdoor terrace. Buffet-style breakfast featuring a full Irish and continental, and room service available.
A fantastic four-star hotel (pictured below) that lies close to the main entrance of the RDS and overlooks a magnificent 48-acre park. It’s the perfect place to relax after a hard day at the poker tables with facilities that include a bar, restaurant, coffee shop and fully-equipped fitness centre.
Located on two acres of gardens, InterContinental Dublin is the capital's only true five-star urban resort (pictured below) where traditional luxury meets old-school glamour. The InterContinental is only a short stroll away from the RDS Arena and all the action on the felt.
Pembroke Townhouse is 4-star Guesthouse (pictured below) located in the heart of Dublin’s Georgian district, Ballsbridge. Impeccably restored in 2019 & attentively staffed, they continue to merge traditional Georgian elegance with contemporary style to create a Townhouse with its own unique, welcoming personality.
Overlooking the Grand Canal in Dublin’s city centre, Hilton Dublin (pictured below) is located less than 1.5 miles from the RDS Arena. The Charlemont tram stop is a two-minute walk, providing easy access to sights, shops, concerts, and the action on the felt. They offer indoor secure car parking, event space, a restaurant and bar, a fitness centre, and free WiFi.
The Staycity aparthotel (pictured below) is bang smack in the centre of the action, brushing up next to the historic Trinity College and just around the corner from the National Gallery. With great transport links on their doorstep, it makes it easy to travel to the RDS Arena for all the excitement of the Irish Poker Open.
Steeped in History and Georgian charm, Harcourt street is now home to Dublin’s liveliest and trendiest bars and nightclubs. The hotel boasts 40 beautifully styled guest bedrooms while incorporating Dublin’s trendiest nightlife experience. The Russell Court Hotel (pictured below) is under 2 miles from the action but is located in the heart of Dublin's nightlife.
The super-central aparthotel (pictured below) boasts views across the famous River Liffey. Just up the road from Trinity College and close to Dublin's City Centre, it is a great hotel to mix both poker and sightseeing.
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Semi-professional poker player and MainEventTravel Managing Director Fraser MacIntyre, said: “We are absolutely delighted once again to be the Official Travel Partner to Europe’s longest-running, most prestigious and lively poker festival. We look forward to assisting every player making their way to Dublin with all their travel needs!
The Irish Open
The 2023 Irish Open Main Event was the biggest poker tournament ever held in Ireland and attracted a staggering 2,491 entries. The prize pool more than double the guarantee at €2,428,725 and players were awarded more than €4.5 million in prize money across the whole festival.
The Irish Open – the longest-running No Limit poker tournament in Europe – is a hugely popular event and a mainstay of the European poker calendar. Thousands attend the event every year and past Main Event champions include the likes of James Mitchell, Kevin Vandersmissen, Ian Simpson, Patrick Clarke, Griffin Benger, Steve O’Dwyer and – most recently – Scottish poker wiz and UKIPT Player of the Year 2023, David Docherty.
The €1,000,000 guaranteed Main Event, coupled with legendary Dublin hospitality, makes the Irish Open a truly unmissable event. Since it was first held back in 1981, the event is now the longest-running No Limit Texas Hold’em poker tournament in the world after the World Series of Poker. The festival has become a must-attend stop on the international poker circuit for players from as far afield as Australia, Canada and the USA – and provides craic on a level seen nowhere else in the world.
Photo Credit: Irish Open