17 Co. Dublin hotels found
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The Fitzwilliam Hotel * * * * *
Saint Stephen's Green , Dublin 2 , Dublin
A contemporary luxury hotel overlooking St. Stephen's Green which is both a cosmopolitan landmark for the city and a stylish retreat. Style is at the heart of the Fitzwilliam, the interior features many themes often found in a country house, but updated and given a contemporary feel. Its interior is the creation of a renowned designer, Sir Terence Conran, who gives the hotel an enormous wealth of details. Every feature of the hotel, from luggage holders to light fittings, reflects understated luxury. With its one Michelin star restaurant and prime location the Fitzwilliam represents both a cosmopolitan landmark for the city and a retreat from the everyday hustle and bustle of city life.
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The Croke Park Hotel * * * *
Croke Park Stadium, Jones Road, Drumcondra , Dublin 3 , Dublin
Opened in September 2005, this modern 4 star Dublin hotel is ideally situated for business and leisure, just ten minutes from Dublin Airport and a short walk from the city centre. The Croke Park Hotel is located beside the famous and historical Croke Park stadium, which is home to the Gaelic Athletic Association and attracts crowds of up to 82.300 to Ireland´s unique national games: “hurling” and “Gaelic football”. The hotel itself is a luxurious offering, with a range of top-class facilities for business and leisure guests. The décor focuses on eye-catching colours and top-quality materials giving an ambience of understated elegance.
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The Westbury Hotel * * * * *
Grafton Street , Dublin 2 , Dublin
Few experiences in life can compare to feeling the buzz and charm of Dublin, so if you're fortunate enough to have the opportunity to visit this eccentric city, it's nice to know that The Westbury will ensure your stay is as perfect. Situated in the middle of Grafton Street, with Dublin's shopping headquarters at its doorstep, the hotel is surrounded by incredible restaurants, cultural venues, and enticing entertainment opportunities. Located at either end of Grafton Street are St. Stephen's Green and Trinity College, famous places in their own right.
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Schoolhouse Hotel * * * *
2-8 Northumberland Road , Dublin 4 , Dublin
Originally St. Stephen's Parochial School dating back to 1861, today this stunning building is home to one of the most unusual boutique hotels in Dublin and is an ideal place to stay while exploring Dublin. The original building of the hotel was designed by the famous architectural partnership of Sir Thomas Dean and Benjamin Woodward, a partnership which also designed two of Dublin's finest buildings, the Museum Building at Trinity College and the Kildare Street Club. The school closed in 1969 and did not re-open again until 1998, when it opened its doors as The Schoolhouse Hotel. Completely refurbished in March 2006, the hotel has retained many of its original features and has become one of the trendiest small hotels in Dublin. Original architectural features such as the forty foot vaulted beamed ceilings, Gothic windows and baronial fireplace have been restored to create a perfect ambience for a leisurely break or business trip to the city.
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The Spencer Hotel (formerly Clarion Hotel Dublin City) * * * *
International Financial Services Centre , Dublin 1 , Dublin
The Clarion Hotel Dublin is modern 4 star hotel and leisure centre in the heart of Dublin City with inviting surroundings and warm, friendly staff. A relaxing safe haven after a busy day for the business or leisure traveler. The Clarion Hotel Dublin is a just 10 minute stroll along the River Liffey from O'Connell Street and Temple Bar and just a few minutes’ walk from the O2 Arena and the Dublin Convention Centre, with easy access to Croke Park and the RDS by the nearby bus, Luas and Dart stations. A free shuttle bus operates to and from Dublin Airport 7 days a week.
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The Gibson Hotel * * * *
The Point Village , Dublin 1 , Dublin
The Gibson Hotel puts you at Dublin’s doorstep. Located in Point Village, at the mouth of Dublin Port, this Ireland hotel is just 15 minutes from the airport and neighbors The O2, the International Financial Services Centre, and a Luas stop.
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Aberdeen Lodge * * * *
53-55 Park Avenue , Dublin 4 , Dublin
Quiet oases in Dublin’s most exclusive and discrete district just south of the city centre; the Aberdeen Lodge Hotel is housed in a luxurious Irish Edwardian property. The imposing early 20th century house was refurbished in 2002, endowing the classic interiors with a bright, modern feel: lively colours, modern and stylish furnishings are combined with the graceful original features. As in Irish manor houses of this type, guests will find that the renowned Irish hospitality and service brings a nice informal touch to an elegant backdrop. Guest will find the Aberdeen to be a quiet and civilized refuge.
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Castleknock Hotel & Country Club * * * *
Porterstown Road , Dublin 15 , Dublin
Castleknock Hotel & Country Club is a new luxury four-star hotel that can serve both as a weekend getaway and as a haven for the golf addict –cozily tucked away in a north Dublin village and suburb. Opened in January 2005, the hotel is a welcome addition to the limited accommodation in the area and is just 9 kilometers from Dublin city centre. With its own challenging 18-hole Championship golf course, extensive conference facilities and countryside views, along with a state-of-the-art pool and fitness centre, this is a must-play golfing destination and a perfect base for laid-back leisure. The contemporary and stylish facilities coupled with a meticulous attention to detail make this one of the finest hotels in the city.
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The Dawson Hotel and Spa (Formerly La Stampa Hotel) * * * *
35 Dawson Street, Saint Stephen's Green , Dublin 2 , Dublin
A visionary, multi-cultural odyssey behind an elegant townhouse façade, La Stampa Hotel & Spa is unique and ultra chic. The restaurants are Thai and Parisian, the bar is Moroccan, the spa is eastern influenced and the hospitality, pure Dublin. From the moment you walk into the lobby you can feel the slightly eccentric ambience for which the hotel is legendary. There is considerable wow-factor in the Asian-inspired décor. Rooms display an international flair from Asia to Paris and there is a delightfully decadent Moroccan suite.
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Clontarf Castle Hotel * * * *
Castle Avenue , Dublin 3 , Dublin
Stylish historic hotel perfectly placed near the coast and convenient to the city centre and airport, with a long-standing reputation for professional and caring service. A castle dating from the 11th century which fell into the hands of Oliver Cromwell in 1649, then completely rebuilt in 1837, Clontarf Castle Hotel opened as one of Ireland's best cabaret venues in 1972 until being opened as a four star hotel in 1998 which received a €10 million refurbished in 2007. Sited in the coastal suburb of Clontarf looking out at Bull Island and Dublin Harbor, it is an established and desirable base for events of all kinds, both personal and corporate. The hotel's stylish makeover has resulted in a stunning yet comfortable marriage of traditional and contemporary design. There's a regal quality to the magnificent entrance hall and lobby, which are draped with tapestries and hold a huge fireplace, and the atrium linking the old castle to the hotel is an impressive architectural feature. A credit card or cash deposit will be required at check in.
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