Treat Yourself to a Little Extra in One of Dublin's Luxury Hotels



There are times when you need nothing more than to splash out and enjoy the best that a hotel has to offer. Dublin's best luxury hotels combine a mixture of old-school glamour and opulence, such as The Shelbourne and Bewley's Hotel, with more modern, boutique hotels that offer unique experiences and décor such as The Dylan or The Clarence. Establishments such as the Four Seasons, meanwhile, have an extensive art collection to delight your eyes while you enjoy a cocktail. The Radisson Blu Hotel has majestic grounds to enjoy while the Conrad Hilton and the Fitzwilliam sit beside the idyllic Stephen's Green where you can wander and enjoy the city's own grounds. Each of these 5 star hotels are dedicated to catering to both business and pleasure travellers who are seeking the top services and amenities for their stay and the interiors and facilities on offer reflect this. Whether it be spas, unique surroundings or great food that come top of your list you can be certain that the attention to detail and great locations make these hotels the top places to stay in the capital.


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Conrad Dublin

The Conrad is part of the Hilton chain of hotels and its interior and services reflect the brands attention to detail and luxury hotels. The hotel itself overlooks St. Stephen's Green and is handily located right in the centre of the city...  Read More


Radisson Blu St. Helen's Hotel Dublin

Fifteen minutes outside the city centre by car but offering the surroundings of something more suited to a huge country manor, the Radisson Blu is the former residence of Sir Thomas Cooley MP. Cooley had the mansion built overlooking Dublin Bay...  Read More


Bewleys Hotel Ballsbridge Dublin

Situated in a restored 19th Century Masonic school, Bewley's Hotel is surrounded by charming grounds in the leafy suburb of Ballsbridge beside one of the city's main events arenas. The main attraction, particularly for businesses and weddings,...  Read More


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The Merrion Hotel

If an emphasis on family is at the forefront of your mind then look no further than The Merrion Hotel. The surroundings are luxurious but homely, with roaring turf fires and plush couches. The hotel has made a point of being child-friendly and...  Read More


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Dylan Hotel Dublin

This hotel is next level in its attention to detail and ability to create an 'experience'. The Dylan is a trendy and stylish, pet-friendly (in particular dogs) and goes the extra mile for children and business-oriented clients as well. You have...  Read More


Fitzwilliam Hotel Dublin

With its prime location just off Stephen's Green and a rooftop garden courtyard, the Fitzwilliam Hotel Dublin is both wonderfully accessible and yet provides a place to retreat from the city. Take a long soak in their deep bath tubs or relax on...  Read More


The Westbury Hotel

You can't get any closer to the centre of Dublin in The Westbury Hotel. Take a right at the top of Grafton Street and you'll be transported into five-star opulence with the plush couches and grand piano of The Gallery Lounge. The location is...  Read More


The Clarence Hotel Dublin

Overlooking the River Liffey, The Clarence is a quintessential boutique hotel that embodies timelessness and contemporary opulence. The hotel is owned by Bono and The Edge of U2 and it reflects their personal preferences of a place to stay. The...  Read More


The Shelbourne Dublin, A Renaissance Hotel

The Shelbourne is a Dublin institution. Dating back to 1824, the Irish Constitution was drafted in its 122th room in 1922 and its old school glamour and grandeur is still as pervasive as ever. Overlooking St. Stephen's Green and a common haunt...  Read More


Four Seasons Hotel Dublin

As tends to be the way with Four Seasons hotels the interiors, surroundings and facilities are immaculate in the Ballsbridge branch. Located five minutes from the city centre in the leafy suburb this hotel sports Dublin's only full-service spa...  Read More


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Meet Emily Carson

Emily grew up in Dublin, and studied French and English Literature at the University of Edinburgh. During her university years, she lived in both Scotland and France, but traveled around Europe...  More About Emily

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