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This is a grand five-star right in the centre of the city and beside Trinity College, with all of the city's shopping, museums, bars and dining right on the doorstep. Much of the hotel including the façade, the magnificent Banking Hall and the Mint Bar in the vaults have original historic features, while guest rooms are decorated in a low-key classic style, with very comfortable beds and Italian marble bathrooms with rainfall showers. Afternoon tea in the bright atrium is a relaxing treat, especially when the pianist is playing the grand piano, and there's an interesting selection of signature cocktails in Mint Bar.

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We loved stepping out the door and being right in the city centre and not having to take public transport, taxis or walk very far.

A great central location provides you quick access to the shops and Grafton Street, a tipple at Temple Bar and sights including Dublin Castle.
By plane: direct flights to Dublin from Manchester and Birmingham (1 hour), and London (1 hour 15 minutes). It's a 25-minute drive to the hotel. Parking costs €28 per day.

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Style & Character

The hotel suits anyone who wants five-star luxury and to be staying right in the city centre. Our room looked right down on the interior atrium and it was lovely and quiet and away from the city noise.

Service & Facilities

There's a historic feel when you step inside the doors of this grand hotel.

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


The Deluxe Room overlooking the atrium was very cosy and comfortable. Some rooms have lovely views over to Trinity College Dublin.

Classic, Deluxe, Heritage, Junior Suite, Deluxe Suite, Library Suite
Facilities include: ensuite bathroom with toiletries, bathrobes and slippers, Nespresso machine, bottled water, TV, free Wi-Fi

Food & Drink

Afternoon tea in the Atrium included savouries like local smoked salmon on Guinness brown bread, plus amazing pastries and mini tarts. We recommend the supreme of chicken with black garlic in Morelands Grill.

Morelands Grill: steakhouse, open daily for breakfast and dinner. Mains from €22.50.
Atrium Lounge: elegant venue, live music. Open daily for drinks and afternoon tea, weekdays for lunch.
Mint Bar: basement bar, open from 4pm (3pm Fri-Sat) for light snacks and creative cocktails.

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