Stylish, luxury 5-star hotel, renovated in 2006 from four Georgian town houses. Most rooms enjoy garden views. The Duke of Wellington was born here in these buildings which remain home to one of Ireland's largest art and antiques collections. The Spa consists of an 18 m. heated pool, sauna, gym and private treatment rooms. The rooms are suitable for meetings, conferences or events and are located at the residence of the 1st Duke of Wellington, accommodating up to 100 people (reception) or 50 (for dinner or meetings). These naturally-lit rooms have a private entrance (without the need to pass through the hotel), all with the eighteenth-century luxury and 21st century technology, such as WiFi Internet access..
The hotel offers a choice of two restaurants, Mornington's and Restaurant Patrick Guilbaud, one of Ireland's most prestigious restaurants. In addition there are 2 bars - the excellent Cellar bar and No.23..
Important places near the hotel: Opposite Government buildings, and the National Art Gallery. Nearest station/metro: Heuston -4km. Nearest exhibition centre: RDS-4km. Airport: Dublin-8km..
The rooms are designed using Irish fabrics and antiques, reflecting the architecture and original interiors of the 18th century townhouses. Each room is beautifully designed with all the facilities to be expected of a hotel of such high standards. These are amongst the very best rooms in the whole of Dublin..
The lobby area is elegant and exudes an air of warm sophistication. There are open log fires in the winter in the adjacent drawing rooms..
The hotel is comprised of 4 Georgian townhouses. There is no grand entrance, a nameplate and doorman in traditional livery and flags of the nations are the only clues that an exclusive hotel is on the site..
Dublin is the capital of the Republic of Ireland and is situated on the east coast of the country, overlooking Dublin Bay. A city of architecture from Georgian and Medieval times, Dublin is a delight to explore on foot with its many attractions including castles, museums and art galleries.
For shopping lovers, Grafton Street and Henry Street are the main thoroughfares, bursting with Irish and international fashion outlets as well as a variety of Irish arts and crafts stores. Explore the smal.