Luxury Hotels in Dublin
Seven super luxury hotels in Dublin, all tried and tested over the years, some as a couple, most as a family. These four and five starred hotels each offered excellent accomodation and service, from rooms with private garden views, to famous public parks. From family rooms to exclusive suites. I’d stay again in a heartbeat.
But first let’s have a few words of wisdom from some world-famous experts in luxury – quotes that suit my thoughts on luxury hotels in Dublin.
- ‘I’m a man of simple tastes. I’m always satisfied with the best.’ ― Oscar Wilde
- ‘The quality remains long after the price is forgotten.’ – Sir Henry Royce
- ‘Luxury must be comfortable. Otherwise it is not luxury.’ – Coco Chanel
Stauntons on the Green, Dublin 2
Stauntons on the Green is a Georgian Gem.
Looking out over Stephen’s Green Park, with its own courtyard and garden along with a private entrance to the tranquil Iveagh Gardens, there’s nowhere else like it. And as we eased back into a ‘new normal’ for how we enjoy our hotel stay experiences. I can honestly say that there’s nowhere else I would have preferred to allow us to do so.
READ THE FULL ARTICLE: A Luxury Night Away at Stauntons on the Green, Dublin 2
Conrad Dublin, Dublin 2
The five star Conrad Dublin can be found on Earlsfort Terrace in Dublin City Centre. Restyled and refurbished in style to the tune of €13 million euros in recent years, this Autumn the hotel launched its brand new Conrad Family Room.
READ THE FULL ARTICLE: A Luxury Five Star Festive Family Stay at Conrad Dublin
InterContinental Dublin, Dublin 4
InterContinental Dublin is a luxurious Five Star Hotel in the leafy red-bricked neighbourhood of Ballsbridge. Surrounded by landscaped gardens it’s a pretty walk of about 40 mins through old Georgian Dublin to Grafton Street in Dublin City Centre, or about 15 mins by car or taxi.
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Fitzwilliam Hotel Dublin, Dublin 2
The Fitzwilliam Hotel Dublin is a luxurious Five Star Hotel in the heart of Dublin City and last Sunday Patrick and I had the absolute pleasure of staying there on invite. It was for one night only but was an evening, night, morning and afternoon (in that order) to remember.
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The Shelbourne Dublin, Dublin 2
I always feel when passing The Shelbourne that there is something magically glamorous but yet warmly inviting about the hotel. It could be the fact that it’s one of Dublin’s most luxurious Five Star Hotel’s. Maybe it’s because some of the most famous people in the world have stayed there. Or it might be because it is steeped in Irish history, having seen Dublin through the last 196 years. It will most likely see it through another century and more … oh if only its walls could talk!
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The Marker Hotel, Grand Canal Square, Dublin 2
The Marker Hotel can be found in Grand Canal Square in the continually culturally expanding Docklands area of Dublin 2. It’s Five Star luxury and a member of The Leading Hotels of the World which is easy to see why when you arrive at their main entrance. There are 187 rooms in the hotel, a stylish ground floor Bar and Brasserie where you can sample the talents of Executive Chef Gareth Mullins.
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Radisson Blu, St. Helen’s Hotel, Dublin
The Radisson Blu St. Helen’s can be found off the Stillorgan Road in Dublin. It’s a Four Star Luxury Hotel whose estate is steeped in history. Patrick and I stayed here for his birthday a few years ago, before The Life of Stuff existed so it was really lovely to return again and have the opportunity to share with you through photos our return visit.
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