Scale of 90-100
This sophisticated city hotel is ideally located in the heart of Dublin right off bustling Grafton Street with its myriad shops and restaurants. Make sure to enjoy the stunning lounge space called The Gallery, with crystal chandeliers, wood-clad pillars and pink-marble panels. This is a favorite spot in Dublin for afternoon tea. The 205 guest accommodations are done in a contemporary style with a neutral palette of taupes and creams. A generously sized Studio Suite features an open-space layout, four-poster bed, large writing desk, original artwork and red club chairs. Two restaurants include the more formal WILDE for seasonal Irish cuisine and, downstairs, the lively indoor-outdoor Balfes bistro for more-casual fare. If in a drinking mood, the stylish 1930s-style Sidecar Bar has a staff of expert mixologists for evening rendezvous. The property’s service is excellent overall.
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The ideal location close to Grafton Street.
Our bath's lack of a walk-in shower and its single vanity.
Good to Know
Dublin's social elite congregate in The Gallery for afternoon tea.
The Westbury Features:
- Airport transfers
- Room service
Average Mid-High Season Rates (including taxes):
Lowest Rate: Classic Room, $490; Editor’s Choice: Luxury Studio Suite, $750.
Wi-Fi; Bottled water; Local newspaper
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