Facing Trinity College, The Westin Dublin as huge enough to fit in a full city block of downtown Dublin. Located in the heart of the Ireland's capital, the hotel is the best place to stay to discover Dublin's main landmarks and atmosphere. Established in the former Allied Irish Bank, the building hosts now a splendid 5-star hotel, located just a few minutes away from popular attractions such as the Cultural Quarters, the iconic Temple Bar or Grafton Street and its numerous shops, most of them internationally known. Aside of the touristic area, the Hotel offers an ideal staying place to go to the financial and business districts of the city. Even located in the most vibrant part of the city, the Westin Hotel want to be the perfect place to relax. It offers many amenities to ensure their guest enjoy a relaxing stay like its in-room spa for guests to relax their body, enlighten their mind and spirit.
Rooms & Amenities
The Westin Hotel offers a large choice of rooms, with 163 spacious and equipped guest rooms and suite that will meet all contemporary needs and convenience. Guests can be sure to enjoy a refreshing and comfy night in Heavenly Bed knows for being the hotels signature, in a room designed to match the actual surroundings of the hotel, with delicate and unique Irish adornments.
All Guestrooms Feature:
- Westin Heavenly Bed
- Heavenly Spa by Westin bathroom amenities
- 32" HD plasma televisions
- Large working desk, phone with voicemail service
- High speed wired/wireless internet access (€15, 24hrs).
The Westin Dublin has various choice of places to eat. It hosts a beautiful restaurant, a bar popular among locals and visitors and an atrium, the perfect place to reinvigorate.
This contemporary steakhouse with chic design offers delicious dishes prepared in a Josper grill. All the meat cooked there comes from Irish farmers, all situated in the South Leinster area. A perfect place to taste the local food ! The wine collection is also very diverse, with more than 50 wines and champagnes carefully chosen and considered.
The Mint Bar:
Built in the ancient bank's vaults under the hotel, this bar is one of the most popular bars in Dublin. Operating since the 1860’s, the bar has been rewarded several times for being the "Hotel Bar of the Year" and has an excellent choice of drinks designed by an expert team of mixologists infusing their creativity in each of their cocktails.
The Atrium Lounge:
Enjoy delightful gourmet dishes, delicious afternoon tea or exquisite glass of champagne under the magnificent glass ceiling of this restaurant, allowing guests to enjoy their eating time under the sunlight or the nightsky. This place is a true haven where elegance is everywhere, with its continental style, marble floor and the presence of lush palm trees.