Sandymount Hotel

Dublin’s well-situated Sandymount Hotel combines professionalism with brightly coloured rooms, delicious cuisine with a formidable record on great customer service. The pretty building is decked out with modern, plush beds, wall-mounted TV sets, and delightfully tiled bathrooms. A choice of traditional and continental breakfasts bring a range of tastes and liveliness to breakfast time, setting the scene for the doubtless joy imparted by experiencing the city of Dublin.

Dublin's Sandymount Hotel exterior

The Sandymount Hotel has the distinction of being socially conscious, receiving awards for its commitment to environmentally friendly business, saving energy and water day-to-day. Guests may peruse complimentary newspapers, use the free WiFi available on site, and enjoy a range of room extras from tea and coffee to luxury shampoos in their bathrooms. All this paired with the attentiveness and hospitality that staff members display means the Sandymount Hotel is a fine choice whether you’re visiting Dublin for leisure or for business.

An executive room in the Sandymount Hotel

Address: Sandymount Hotel, 3-17 Herbert Road, Dublin 4, D04 VN88, Ireland.
Phone: +353 1 614 2000
Email: info@sandymounthotel.ie
Website: http://www.sandymounthotel.ie/

The Belvedere Hotel (Dublin)

The Belvedere Hotel brings modernity and antiquity together in a clash of surrounds; the reasonably new hotel is built almost adjacent to the Georgian terraces that comprise many of central Dublin’s most beautiful streets. The stairs and rails ensconcing the hotel’s entryway homage the old style, while its well-lit and suave interiors and rooms bring us certainly to the present day. The Belvedere’s receptionists effortlessly make all guests’ stays pleasant and satisfying at all times, politely handling all that’s requested of them.

The Belvedere Hotel's bar and breakfast room

Of an evening the hotel frequently hosts its Irish Nights, which show off the old fashioned merrymaking and joy which Dublin and wider Ireland are revered for. Meals are available throughout the day, the premises equipped with a breakfast room and bar, with the grilled meats a particular favourite with guests. With so much going on just outside the door, Dublin’s frequent events, festivals and many attractions make the superbly located Belvedere a wonderful choice for holidaymakers. If you’re visiting family in hospital, the Belvedere is distinct in being very close to both the Temple Street Children’s Hospital and the Mayer private hospital.

A spacious bedroom in the Belvedere Hotel, Dublin

Address: The Belvedere Hotel, Great Denmark Street, Dublin 1, D01 W1C0, Ireland.
Phone: +353 1 873 7700
Email: info@belvederehotel.ie
Website: http://www.belvederehoteldublin.com/

Tara Towers Hotel

The Tara Towers Hotel is a splendid example of a well-located accommodation positioned at the seaside gateway of Dublin, with many of the 111 rooms comprising this venue affording lovely views out onto the Dublin Bay and the coastal settlements. The rooms themselves have a delightful appearance, with plush beds and an airy, relaxed blend of neutral coloured furnishings. Best of all is the location, adjacent to a bus stop which offers frequent and swift departures to the Dublin city centre.

The Tara Tower Hotel's front entrance

Thoughtful and motivated staff members are present to make your stay at Tara Towers the best possible, with the reception present 24/7 to handle any issues you might have. A variety of meal options are available in the attractive bar and restaurant located near the lobby, while the hotel offers add-ons such as WiFi, toiletries and hair dryer use and an ironing board as part and parcel of any given room booking.

One of Tara Towers Hotel's deluxe suites

Update: After the Tara Towers Hotel was sold in December 2015, renovations are soon to be underway – enhancing and transforming this venue into even more luxuriant 4-star hotel!

Address: The Tara Towers Hotel, Merrion Road, Dublin 4, D04 A3K1, Ireland.
Phone: +353 1 269 4666
Email: info@taratowers.com
Website: http://www.taratowers.com/

Arlington Hotel O’Connell Bridge

The Arlington Hotel O’Connell Bridge in Dublin offers an ultra-convenient, central location right next to the River Liffey. Patrons need only step outside to start their day in the Dublin city centre, where numerous attractions, bars and restaurants await. The Arlington itself however is in-touch with the entertainment and live music the Celtic culture is richly associated with, hosting regular parties and evening events stocked with traditional folk musicians who have ample space to serenade guests in the sizable bar and lounge.

The Arlington Hotel O'Connell Bridge's exterior

Whatever you opt to do with your precious days in Dublin, this 3 star venue is sure to offer a restful place of stay, with a variety of comfortable suites both standard and executive available to choose from, while breakfasts, lunches and dinners are all available in the ground floor bar and restaurant. Particularly praiseworthy are the hotel’s personnel, who have presided and managed the place for many years now, retaining their winning formula of politeness and efficiency to the unrelenting joy of first-time and recurring guests visiting.

A bedroom in the Arlington Hotel

Address: Arlington Hotel, 23-25 Bachelors Walk, Dublin 1, D01 E8P4, Ireland.
Phone: +353 1 804 9100
Email: info@arlington.ie
Website: http://www.arlington.ie/

The Marker Hotel (Dublin)

The Marker Hotel in Dublin (exterior view - main entrance)

Exemplifying ultramodern style and sumptuous luxury, the accommodation offered by The Marker Hotel is hard to top. Situated close to the Dublin Docklands, The Marker exemplifies the fact that Ireland is fast becoming a modern cosmopolian city, embracing worldwide technological and architectural development while retaining its cherished cultural roots.

The lobby of the Marker Hotel, ensconced in glass and chrome, gives seamless way to the warmly lit reception and bar areas.

The state of the art facilities present range from a wide choice of all-inclusive dinner services and sleek bedrooms including the finest en suites, all within a central location, close to the Dublin’s daytime entertainment opportunities and famous nightlife venues.

Of particular uniqueness is the rooftop terrace, where stylish furnishings and classy décor are complemented by stunning panoramic views of the Irish capital. That The Marker’s guests can snack or dine in these luxury surroundings is an all-too-excellent bonus attesting to the hotel’s deserving 5 star status.

Whether you’re attending the vicinity of Dublin Airport for business or for pleasure, the combination of excellent location and superb modernity in its rooms, bar and restaurant make The Marker a great hotel to stay in.

Address: The Marker Hotel, Grand Canal Square, Docklands, Dublin 2, D02 CK38, Ireland.
Phone: +353 1 687 5100
Email: info@themarker.ie
Website: http://www.themarkerhoteldublin.com/

Crowne Plaza (Dublin Airport)

Crowne Plaza Dublin Airport (hotel main entrance)

The Crowne Plaza near Dublin Airport has carved itself an identity in Dublin that simultaneously stands for functionality and luxury. This 4 Star hotel, formerly rated with 5 stars, is a prime choice for the business traveller needing ready access to Dublin city business districts as well as the airport for convenient flights.

Featuring 204 rooms, each with free WiFi internet access, the Crowne Plaza hotel near Dublin Airport has become particularly renowned for its novel approach to food service, offering some of the most unique selections of dishes for all guests whether waking up in the early morning or dining in the evening.

The layout design of Northwood Park’s Crowne Plaza speaks volumes for its devotion to serving business-class travellers.

The lobby and reception areas contain comfortable seating, electric for charging for laptops and phones, WiFi internet, and access to a multitude of creative drink and snack options.

As a hotel steeped in upper 4-star luxury, the warmth of furnishings, room décor and culinary offerings combine to ensure the busy traveller can book a room in confident expectation that his accommodation goals will be met or surpassed.

Being in superb proximity to the airport, city centre and commercial district of Dublin, this particular incarnation of the Crowne Plaza hotel chain boasts a prime position to lavish the discerning traveller with the requisite comfort necessary to accomplish business travel or holiday goals within the Republic of Ireland’s stunning capital city.

For leisure too, the hotel shines. Dublin;’s revered daytime attractions and nightlife are but a short drive away, with guests assured of a welcoming, first-class professional embrace at the hotel reception any hour of the day.

Formerly called Crowne Plaza Dublin Northwood owing to its scenic location within the mature woodlands of Northwood Park, Santry; the Crowne Plaza Dublin Airport was recently rebranded as such in a bid to better reflect its proximity to the Airport – this being a key selling point and a critical requirement for the vast majority of this hotel’s distinguished guest list.

For hotel reservations, restaurant table bookings and general enquiries, if calling from outside of Ireland you can phone the hotel on +353 1 862 8888, and if calling from within Ireland you can simply dial 01 862 8888 or call their Irish freephone number 1800 848 270.

The hotel’s full physical address is: Crowne Plaza Dublin Airport, Northwood Park, Northwood Avenue, Santry Demesne, Santry, Dublin 9, D09 X9X2, Ireland.

To submit an online enquiry, you can use this form on the hotel’s official website: http://www.cpireland.crowneplaza.com/crowne-plaza-dublin-airport/dublin-airport-hotel/contact-us/

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Address: Crowne Plaza Dublin Airport, Northwood Avenue, Northwood, Santry, Dublin 9, D09 X9X2, Ireland.
Phone: +353 1 862 8888
Email: info@crowneplazadublin.ie
Website: http://www.cpireland.crowneplaza.com/

The Merrion Hotel (Dublin)

The Merrion Hotel Dublin - main entrance

On arriving at The Merrion Hotel in Dublin, you’ll immediately appreciate its five star status. Its intricately crafted garden courtyard forms a beautiful contrast of refined greenery against the warm, lavish opulence of the hotel’s interior.

Embossed in elaborate classicist style, this five star hotel is a living example of elegance brought to life. Plush upholstered chairs, old paintings and portraiture, and the presence of lunch & tea services convene in warm splendour to bring this wonderful venue to prominence.

Winning multiple awards and high acclaim from guests, the luxury on offer in combination with its prime location (just a short drive from city centre and airport alike) make The Merrion one of Ireland’s most favourable hotels for the busy, upmarket traveller.

Access to attractions is a matter of requesting chauffeur service with the reception, while the staff – frequently revered in professional reviews for their polite Irish charm and pleasant, easygoing attitude – tend to guests consistently with express grace.

The Merrion’s warmly decorated rooms and dining facilities offer an atmosphere that is at once traditional and homely, while also being indisputably luxurious. Its five star catering services include meals rich in local Irish tradition, together with gourmet favourites from around the globe.

Between mealtimes, guests have the option of relaxing within the luxurious hotel grounds or venturing out into the historic districts of Dublin.

Beneath the Merrion’s often understated identity exists a complete five star hospitality experience, unabashedly offering luxuriant style and an abundance of natural heritage to the modern traveller.

The Merrion Hotel in Dublin (rear garden terrace)

Address: The Merrion Hotel, 21-24 Merrion Street Upper, Dublin 2, D02 KF79, Ireland.
Phone: +353 (0) 1603 0600
Email: info@merrionhotel.com
Website: http://www.merrionhotel.com/