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Right in the heart of Dublin's Georgian district, this is a classic and elegant five-star hotel with old world glamour in everything from the art and period furniture through to the two Michelin-star restaurant. Just a short stroll away are Merrion Square and the Grafton Street area.

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The hotel's location on Upper Merrion Street is right in the heart of Georgian Dublin, just steps away from Merrion Square and the National Gallery. It's a short walk to St Stephen's Green, the shopping hub of Grafton Street and the buzz of the cafés, bars and restaurants of the surrounding streets.

By plane: there are direct flights to Dublin Airport from Manchester (1 hour), Birmingham (1 hour 5 minutes) and London (1 hour 15 minutes). The hotel is a 20-minute drive from the airport.

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Stepping in through the front door, you'll find that the rich, old world glamour of the interior - with art, period furniture, open fires and chandeliers - befits the Merrion's location in the heart of Georgian Dublin. The hotel is set in four restored 18th-century Georgian townhouses and many of the rooms have original features.


There's everything you expect from a five-star establishment, from free in-room Wi-Fi and cable/satellite TV to a minibar, bathrobes and complimentary water. Nice touches include a writing desk with stationery, clothes press and butler service. There are drawing rooms, a two-Michelin starred Restaurant, two bars, a spa, a swimming pool and gardens.

  • Bar
  • Restaurant
  • Terrace
  • Swimming pool
  • Fitness centre
  • Spa
  • Garden
  • Free Wi-Fi


Some rooms in the main house have period-style furniture and overlook the classical gardens to the rear, while there's a softer palette in the rooms in the more modern garden wing. Bathrooms include a bathtub, shower and bidet and services include complimentary water, a minibar and turndown service.

Room types: Deluxe King Suite, Junior Suite, Merrion Suite, Speciality Suite and Garden Wing Superior King Rooms, Suites, Penthouse Suites

Key amenities: ensuite with bath and shower, king-size bed, Nespresso machine, free Wi-Fi


Food options range from afternoon tea in the drawing rooms and modern Irish cuisine in the Garden Room to the two Michelin-starred Restaurant Patrick Guilbaud. There's gastro-pub style food in the Cellar Bar, popular for after work drinks, or try the clubby atmosphere of No 23 cocktail bar or drinks on the Garden Terrace in summer.

Restaurant Patrick Guilbaud: two Michelin stars. Contemporary Irish cuisine. Open Tues-Sat for lunch and dinner. Lunch menu £80.

The Garden Room: casual dining, classic Irish cuisine. Mains from £27.50.

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