Karaoke is a great way to get the party started with friends. At Maneki on Dawson Street, you can hire a private karaoke room for you and your friends to sing to your hearts’ content. Have you got your song ready?
Their private rooms come with disco lights, a microphone, and karaoke machines with over 300,000 songs. For refreshments, you can order food and drinks to your private room or enjoy a Japanese meal after your session.
If you are heading to Dublin for a party weekend, why not kick off the party at the Jameson Distillery? Here, you can learn how the legendary Irish whiskey is made in their state-of-the-art visitor centre and take a cocktail-making master class. You’ll learn how to create iconic cocktails such as a Whiskey Sour, Old Fashioned and a Jameson Punch with the help of one of Jameson’s expert mixologists. The classes are a great experience, a fun group activity and, best of all, you’ll enjoy the drinks you make during the class.
Wigwam Bar on Middle Abbey Street has a fantastic drag brunch on Sundays between 3:30 p.m. and 5:30 p.m. This party brunch includes brunch, cocktails, games, music and interactive performances hosted by talented and charismatic drag queens.
Create great memories and have a bonding group experience as you race against the clock to solve puzzles and challenges in an escape room. Escape Boat Dublin is located on a barge boat in the Grand Canal Dock. This boat has a range of rooms with different themes to choose from, including SOS and Convicts, where your problem-solving skills will be put to the test.
If you are travelling to Dublin for a party, listening to some traditional music in a Dublin pub is a must. O’Donoghue’s Pub on Merrion Row is one of the best places to enjoy some traditional Irish music. The bar is steeped in history, with Irish legends like Christy Moore and The Dubliners as frequent past performers. There are trad sessions in the pub seven nights a week.
Copper Face Jacks is Dublin’s most iconic nightclub. Coppers is located in the heart of the city on Harcourt Street, and is popular with locals and tourists eager for a night of music, drinks and dancing.
In the club, you’ll enjoy a mix of pop, dance and chart hits spun by a great DJ in an energetic, fun environment. The club is open from 10:30 p.m. until 2:30 a.m. You’ll enjoy free entry if you stay at the Jackson Court Hotel.
When you book on our website for your stay at the Jackson Court Hotel we can guarantee that you’ll pay at least €10 cheaper per night compared to other websites. As well as our price promise you’ll receive exclusive extras such as free nightclub entry.