The hotel boasts a fitness suite, 2 treatment rooms and a hair salon.The Spirit Treatment and nail salon offers a haven of tranquillity in the heart of Dublin. Located on the third floor of the hotel, the salon offers a range of luxurious treatments, combining the latest in beauty, cosmetics and technology from all over the world with a unique personalised service. A range of treatments are available, from soothing facials to manicures and pedicures at the bespoke nail bar. Waxing, massages and tanning treatments are all available in-house at the Fitzwilliam Hotel. The hotel’s gym and fitness suite houses a full complement of fitness equipment, including free weights, cross-training machines, step machines and reclined cycling machines.There are 3 state-of-the-art meeting suites. These flexible rooms can accommodate events for anything from 16 to 100 people. Unlimited complimentary broadband is available in all meeting rooms and there is a fully equipped business centre. All of the hotel’s 139 spacious and luxurious rooms are well equipped, with all the modern comforts and facilities you need in a restful, relaxing base. Whether you are exploring the city as a tourist or visiting the area on business, the comfortable, peaceful rooms provide a relaxing haven..Hotel Location
By Air: The hotel is approximately 12 km from Dublin Airport. Taxis are readily available from just outside the airport. By Car (from the south): - Take the N11 and follow the signs for Dublin’s city centre. - Drive though Donnybrook, over Leeson Street Bridge. - Take the right turn, around St Stephen’s Green, and the hotel is located on the west side of the green, after you have passed the top of Grafton Street. Parking: The Fitzwilliam Hotel has a supervised underground car park, which can be found by turning right down Glovers Alley, after you have passed the hotel. Parking is available at an additional cost..Hotel Room
All of the hotel’s 139 spacious and luxurious rooms are well equipped, with all the modern comforts and facilities you need in a restful, relaxing base. Whether you are exploring the city as a tourist or visiting the area on business, the comfortable, peaceful rooms provide a relaxing haven..Hotel Lobby
The lobby is modern with a heavy emphasis on style. The airy lobby has a seating area with open fire, designed to create a 'Baronial Modern' feel..Fitzwilliam Hotel Exterior
Designed by Sir Terence Conran the hotel has an ultra modern exterior constructed of glass and steel..Fitzwilliam Hotel Area
The hotel has a superb location in the heart of the city, next to the tranquil park of St Stephen’s Green. Grafton Street, Dublin's most prestigious shopping area, is just a few steps away. The city’s Temple Bar area is just a 5-minute stroll away, as is Trinity College. All of the city’s leading cultural, historical and leisure attractions are within easy reach and you can explore them all with the hotel as a stylish and luxurious base. The Fitzwilliam Hotel’s head concierge is a true “jackeen” (or native Dubliner). The concierge service is a mine of useful information and provides guests with great insider tips on what to see and do in Dublin..Hotel Restaurant
The Fitzwilliam has 2 impressive restaurants and a great bar. Thornton’s is the hotel’s Michelin-starred restaurant and is considered by foodies to be Dublin’s finest restaurant. Thornton’s offers fine dining, a sophisticated, elegant atmosphere and stunning views of St Stephen’s Green. The restaurant is open from Tuesday to Saturday. You can also sample some of the superb food on offer at the new Thornton’s canapé bar. No reservation is necessary and many excellent wines are available by the glass. Situated on the mezzanine level, overlooking the hotel’s lobby, Citron is a chic and stylish metropolitan hangout with a fresh twist. Citron serves modern Mediterranean cuisine, with breakfast available from 07:00 to 11:00. Lunch is served from 12:30 to 15:00 and dinner from 17:30 to 22:45 daily. The hotel’s bar is the place to be seen for Dublin’s trendsetters. The Inn On The Green is an intimate room, dominated by a long, curved pewter bar. With stylish and contemporary furnishings, the bar nevertheless captures some of the lively atmosphere and friendly ambience of a traditional Irish bar..