The Westbury


Historic City Center of Dublin
Room Style: Luxury Contemporary
Vibe: Sophisticated
Room Type: Superior King

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  1. Afternoon Tea
  2. Balfes Brasserie
  3. Balfes Brasserie
  4. Balfes Brasserie
  5. Guest Room
  6. The Sidecar Bar
  7. The Gallery
  8. Wilde Restaurant
  9. Afternoon Tea
Upgrade on arrival, subject to availability
Full daily Irish breakfast for two in the restaurant
Afternoon tea for two to be enjoyed once during your stay
A complimentary lunch or dinner for up to two people per room, excluding alcohol, taxes and gratuities once during stay

Expert Concierge Services
Dedicated Guest Services
Luxury Car Service
Complimentary WiFi and internet
Wilde Restaurant
In Room Dining
Afternoon Tea in The Gallery
Bafles Bar and Brasserie
Sidecar Bar
Fitness Center
Jogging Station

Super-comfy beds
Duck down duvets with  Crisp Lissadell Linens
Air Conditioning
Nespresso Coffee Maker
32" Flat Screen LCD TV
Bathrobe and slippers
Marble bathroom with heated floor 

Museums and Galleries
Night Life
Local Shopping
Brew pubs
Historical Sites

With your 3-night stay at The Westbury you'll be surrounded in luxury and style while being at the very center of the city’s social and cultural riches. The hotel occupies a prime location between Trinity College and St. Stephen’s Green; perfectly located for exploring the most exciting sites of Dublin. At its front doorstep lies Grafton Street, renowned for its color, street artists and luxury shopping; while Dublin’s ‘Creative Quarter’, a vibrant network of streets filled with lively bars, restaurants and independent stores runs behind the hotel, with the city’s top theaters, museums and art galleries all situated within a short walking distance.

In the lobby, you'll find fresh and colorful flowers along with the magnificent Gallery, with its original private art collection.  Make your way to the stylish, elegant and modern Sidecar Bar with it's stylish take on a 30's cocktail bar. The Sidecar is voted Dublin's best bar.
The guest rooms and suites are sleek, modern, and bright with either four poster beds or fabric headboards. Custom woven Irish-wool carpets feel soft to the touch and silk blackout curtains ensure a restful night’s sleep in an abode with muted tones.  A feeling of understated luxury characterises our Superior Rooms with their restful palette of creams and taupes and exquisite furnishings from leading brands such as George Smith and Blanc d’Ivoire. Light-filled and airy, 270 sq ft Superior King Rooms feature luxurious marble bathrooms with heated floors, sumptuous King-size pillow-topped beds, a 32” flat screen LCD TV, Nespresso coffee machine, complimentary Wi-Fi, Aromatherapy Associates bathroom amenities and a dedicated work space. Comfortable and peaceful, Superior King Rooms also offer city views over Dublin’s Creative Quarter including Clarendon Street and Coppinger Row.

Sip on some tea with dainty pastries at the Gallery, or dine on local Irish produce at WILDE with 1930s elegance  while, giving guests the feeling that they are dining alfresco.  Sparkling chandeliers hang from the ceiling and mirrors adorn the walls of this white and black tiled floor restaurant. Perch on a yellow chair or a blue tufted settee while sitting with friends. To fuel up for a day of walking, go for the full Irish breakfast, which includes eggs and baked beans. The open kitchen at the Balfes brings the energy of a New York eatery and a Parisian brasserie together in this all-day bistro, and the cocktails flow at the art Deco-style bar, Sidecar.

Street artists and luxury shopping are just a stone’s throw away from The Westbury. This neighborhood of Dublin is where high-end fashion mixes with antiques in a whimsical setting. 

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