The Westbury Hotel Dublin

Grafton Street, Dublin, Ireland
 
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Bedrooms: 205Suites: 27

The Westbury Hotel Dublin: Dublin

Iconic Five-Star Dublin city hotel, member of The Doyle Collection an Irish, independent and family-owned hotel group, situated off Grafton St, between Trinity College and St Stephen's Green.

The Westbury Hotel showcases the best of international and Irish design and enjoys one of Dublin's most prestigious addresses, perfect for exploring Dublin city's most fashionable retail and cultural quarter.

The first floor Gallery Lounge boasts a unique street-side view of real-life Dublin city and has been described as Dublin's grandest Drawing Room. Famous for The Westbury Afternoon Tea, the Gallery houses one of Ireland's foremost private art collections.

Featuring 201 bright and spacious guest rooms and 4 individually designed suites for luxurious residential style living spaces, this hotel is a Member of Leading Hotels of the World and provides a perfect city base for the leisure or business traveller.

When booking directly, The Westbury offers a room upgrade daily lottery and best rates guaranteed.

Excellent Business hotel in Dublin city awarded "Best Business Hotel Ireland" in 2013.

Amenities

  • 24-hour room service
  • Business center
  • Concierge desk
  • Elevators
  • Exercise gym
  • Indoor pool
  • Lobby
  • Lounges/bars
  • Parking
  • Restaurant
  • Wheel chair access

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beckyjerabek - Ireland
June - 2018
"Class - Comfort - Convenience" The Westbury was perfect for us. The accommodations were beautiful. The Staff was second to NONE! Our dining experience was wonderful in the Wilde. Quaint and quiet. Delicious options and presented beautifully.
JointAtTheHip - Ireland
May - 2018
"A very welcoming visit with lovely staff." I visited The Westbury with my mother and we both had morning tea. I asked if it would be possible to have a window seat and much to our delight, we were given a brilliant seat. The lovely young lady guided us to our table and then left us our menu. As we were only having morning tea, there was no need to study the menu BUT......I did have a look through it and I can confirm, there is a great selection of beverages. From coffee, tea, lattes and mochas to wine spirits and beers. I can also confirm that you can get scones, pastries, toast wheaten not to mention an extensive menu for afternoon tea. You will not be disappointed with their menu choice. Midway through our cuppa, I needed to use the ladies washroom. I needed directions on where it was and I can safely say, staff were at hand and gave me clear directions on where to go. The washrooms are absolutely beautiful. They are immaculately clean and very spacious. You are provided with hand wash, hand lotion and wash/dry cloths. It honestly is beautiful. Near the end of our visit I requested the bill. A lovely young girl called Emily came over with it. I struck up conversation and both mum and myself had a chat with her. I have never come across anyone as pleasant as her. She was so down to earth and had the nicest manner. I would like to thank Emily ever so much fo her time in, engaging in conversation with us. It really did make our day and you did leave a lasting impression with us. You are absolutely wonderful at your job! Never think you are "just a waitress"....you are the smile that warms hearts and reason why I and no doubt many others will want to return. My mother and myself decided to spend the day in Dublin as we are going through a very difficult time with a personal close bereavement and myself with ill health. We have never stayed in The Westbury Hotel as we could not afford to. We can only but dream about "maybe someday we will". I would have no hesitation in returning to The Westbury Hotel as it is absolutely fantastic. I cannot fault it at all. You are surrounded by luxury and welcomed with a heart. Thank you for making our day one we will never forget. I hope to be back soon, thank you.
Exotic11 - Ireland
May - 2018
"Perfect location and impeccable service" If you want to be able to walk to Trinity College, St. Patrick's Cathedral, shopping, dining, and other attractions, then this location could not be better. We were able to visit so many places by foot during our 3 day stay. Afternoon high tea is a must. The service was the best we had in Ireland, and all of the sandwiches, teas, and baked goods were served on real polished silver! The servers and bartenders were great. We also visited another bar one late night called Sidecar. The mixologists there really knew their stuff. Our only disappointment was our room, 269, location. It was literally across the elevator. We could hear noises and the lifts. However, Mr. Joseph Downing, a manager there, went above and beyond to make us as comfortable as possible. The excellent service from the staff is the number 1 reason I would give this hotel 5 stars. I look forward to coming back.
Samuel R - USA
May - 2018
"Location, Elegance, and Hospitality" The hotel was a home away from home for about a one week stay in Dublin. Even though it has the glossy, polished appeal of a fine hotel (Leading Hotels of the World), the staff are extremely courteous, consistently going out of their way to accommodate guest needs. For example, we had to change rooms because we found the bathtub/shower combo. was too cumbersome for us (people with fall risk), and they made switching to a very nearly identical room (save for the bathroom configuration, which was handicap accessible) a breeze. We were greeted with a complimentary full breakfast upon our arrival; the breakfasts in the Wilde restaurant are not to be missed! For dinner, the other restaurants (Balfes and the Gallery) are worth a visit, but be sure to check out the surrounding eateries as well. One of the concierges even made a reservation for us at a local hot spot, Fade Street Social (highly recommended). Aside from the elegance of the hotel, which cannot be overstated (the proprietors of the Doyle Collection, of which the Westbury is a member, purchased Waterford crystal chandeliers that are hung in the public areas/salons), the location of the hotel recommends it the most. The front entrance lies on a short dead end off of Graffton Street, and Graffton Street forms a comfortable connection between the Trinity College campus and St. Stephen's Green in a matter of a few blocks. Dublin itself is a very pedestrian-friendly city. The rooms were comfortable, a little compact but probably standard for European and many American hotels of this caliber. There were comfortable sitting areas in both rooms we stayed in and use of a Nespresso machine - great for early AM wake-ups! The elevators even feature small sofas for your weary traveler's body. All and all, a great experience - one that made our visit to Dublin and Ireland memorable and comfortable.
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  • Property Features
  • Located in renowned Dublin's Grafton Street
  • Beautiful restaurants & memorable cuisine
  • Best Business Hotel Ireland, 2013
  • Latest conference facilities
  • Cosmopolitan wedding venue

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