The Honorable Society of King’s Inns, founded 1541, is Ireland’s oldest legal institution and oldest School of Law. Designed by James Gandon and located on Dublin’s Constitution Hill, King’s Inns is one of the most important examples of Ireland’s Georgian architectural heritage. King’s Inns is also one of Ireland’s most interesting social venues, built on a tradition of collegiality and fine dining.
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  • Bearing in mind that this is located at King’s Inns my use of ‘bench’ is, to some degree, a play on words. I have read many reviews of this place and not many mention the most interesting feature whic...  more »
  • It is worth going on to Henrietta Street, the truest way of Dublin, then enter the complex, then go to the Park to stop in front of the Hungry Tree, a perfect ride!
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  • This is a really cool building but I would avoid going to it on Sundays because it doesn't seem to be open. The park was full of rubbish, which was unfortunate. I would recommend this to someone who i...  more »
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  • I arrived today in Birmingham for a business trip and I booked this hotel on Priceline since it was close to the BJC but wow was I in for a shock! I pulled up thinking it looks shady but looks aren't everything so I checked in and went to my room where I found the door lever broken from being kicked in and my key card wouldn't work so I turned around to see a guy standing there watching me and drinking a 40 then starts committing on my luggage so I wasted no time going back and demanding a full refund and went to a nice hotel.
  • It's a very special place in Dublin and for sure it's worth it. The Hungry Tree is very unique and it's amazing to take pics!
  • while the inside of the inns is generally out of bounds to anyone other than students or staff, the park outside it is a rather nice place to sit and relax. also there are occasionally concerts on if you do want to look at the splendid dining hall at which such revered people as padraig pearse or brian cowen (cough cough) have sat
  • Architecturally pleasing!
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