This historic South Dublin hotel, established in 1828, was closed from 2004 for an extensive redevelopment project and reopened in April 2007, for what will be a new phase in the history of the hotel. The hotel comprises a total of 228 guest rooms.
A South Dublin institution, the hotel is on an elevated site, set in four acres of beautifully landscaped gardens overlooking Dublin Bay.
Each of the well-appointed rooms is fully air-conditioned and furnished with crisp linen duvets. An LCD television, a mini fridge, tea and coffee-making facilities, a direct dial telephone, broadband Internet access, laptop-sized safes, an executive desk and chair, a stand alone shower and a bathtub come as standard.
The gastro-style pub incorporates modern design with gourmet and classical dishes, coupled with service full of character and personality. The bistro-style restaurant combines a modern epicurean menu and an extensive and eclectic wine list. The bistro incorporates stunning views over the harbour with a mix of both modern and period design features.
Dun Laoghaire is seven miles south of Dublin City and has a direct ferry route. Within 15 minutes guests can be in Dublin City, via DART (suburban rail).
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