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WHAT WE LOVE...

This is one of Dublin's most fashionable five-star hotels, with an unbeatable location in a pedestrianised area just steps from the shopping at Grafton Street, and surrounded by some of the city's best cafés, bars, restaurants and salons. Even though the hotel is in a buzzing city centre area, when you step through the hotel doors, the atmosphere inside the hotel is cosy, quiet and luxurious, with a vast lobby/lounge area perfect for afternoon tea, a choice of two restaurants and a bar. The hotel is perfect for someone who wants the ultimate in luxury and five-star service but also to be near the city's best shopping and nightlife.

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Yvonne Gordon
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Yvonne Gordon is an award-winning travel writer who writes for publications around the globe including The Sunday Times, The Guardian, The Washington Post, National Geographic Travel and BBC Travel. She is author of Frommer's Ireland, co-author of Lonely Planet Experiences Ireland and her awards include Travel Extra Travel Journalist of the Year. Follow her at www.instagram.com/yvonne.gordon.

THE DETAILS

Location

Step out of the hotel onto Grafton Street; you're so close you can pop back mid-shopping to offload your bags.

As well as the shops, you're within walking distance of city sights including Dublin Castle, Irish Whiskey Museum and St Stephen's Green.
By plane: direct flights to Dublin from Manchester and Birmingham (1 hour), and London (1 hour 15 minutes). It's a 35-minute drive to the hotel. Parking costs €25 per day. skyscanner.net

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Style & Character

People who like luxury, five-star service and somewhere stylish in the city centre with a relaxed vibe and excellent food will enjoy it here. The Gallery lounge area has comfortable sofas and windows looking out towards Grafton Street.

Service & Facilities

We loved the little touches like the seat in the elevator, push-button curtain closing, and glass (not plastic) bottles of water in the room.

  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Terrace
  • Family-friendly
  • On-site parking
  • Free Wi-Fi

Rooms

The Terrace Suite has its own private terrace with heaters, sofas and rooftop views over Dublin, plus a small sitting room and large bathroom with freestanding bath. Rooms at the front of the hotel have lovely views over to Grafton Street, capturing the buzz and the lights at night.

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Facilities include: ensuite bathroom with toiletries, bathrobes and slippers, Nespresso machine, desk, TV, free Wi-Fi

Food & Drink

The terrace at Wilde has a Parisian feel with tall French doors, tiled floors, plants and lovely street views. In Balfes, we loved the healthy turkey burger with guacamole, paprika sweet potato wedges, salsa and slaw - created in consultation with a local fitness expert.

WILDE: elegant dining room, classic cuisine, seasonal produce. Open daily for lunch and dinner.
Balfes: bar, bistro and terrace. Open Mon-Fri for all-day dining, Sat-Sun for brunch and dinner.
The Sidecar: Art-Deco cocktail bar. Open daily.

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