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September 7, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.

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The Gibson Hotel in Dublin, Ireland

In a testament to the beauty and magnificence of modernity, where the city of Dublin meets the sea, the gibson hotel exudes chic, urban style with a serene, Zen-like atmosphere. Brilliant glass, shimmering steel, and polished marble give way to hidden bamboo gardens, inviting you to experience Ireland at its finest. Each room is quiet and supremely comfortable, with floor-to-ceiling glass walls offering views of the city and mountains in the distance, while plush accommodations ensure a relaxing stay. Bright and warm, each room is crafted from soothing coffee and cream colors, with all the modern amenities, and a flowing, graceful ambiance. Step out from your own private haven at The Gibson Hotel, a Summit Hotels & Resorts property, part of the Preferred Hotel Group, and into the vibrant city of Dublin, for a truly unforgettable time.

Take a peaceful morning stroll along the River Liffey, bisecting the city into North and South, and see the Four Courts Dublin, the seat of the highest courts in the land, before crossing the historic Ha'Penny Bridge. Visit Dublin Castle, built on the ancient ruins of a Viking fortress, see the tomb of Jonathan Swift at St. Patrick's Cathedral, and marvel at the Gothic style of the 2nd century Christ Church Cathedral. View the legendary Book of Kells at Trinity College Library, the oldest University in Ireland, then wander through the halls of the National Gallery of Ireland to view stunning art from around the world. Delight in a leisurely afternoon at the Guinness Brewery and learn the history and process of crafting Guinness, before a tasting at the rooftop Gravity Bar with glass walls and sweeping city views. Enjoy a day at The Dublin Zoo, the third oldest zoo in the world, followed by a walk and picnic in the verdant and peaceful Phoenix Park. After a day in the city return to the hotel for a relaxed fine-dining experience at Coda Restaurant. With the stars coming out over the city enjoy a nightcap at the vibrant Hemidemisemiquaver Bar before retiring to the comforts of your room for a quiet night's sleep immersed in the luxury of The Gibson Hotel.

Location of The Gibson Hotel

The Gibson Hotel
Point Village
1
Dublin, Ireland

Nearest Airport: DUB

Amenities for The Gibson Hotel

  • General Information
  • 252 Guest Rooms
  • Dining
  • Outdoor Dining
  • Private Dining
  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • On-Site Amenities
  • WiFi
  • 24-Hour Fitness Center
  • In-Room Amenities
  • Air Conditioning
  • Hair Dryers
  • Iron/Ironing Boards
  • Flat-Screen Televisions
  • Coffee & Tea Facilities
  • Business
  • Meeting Rooms
  • Conference Facilities
  • Nearby
  • Historic Sites
  • Shopping
  • Art Galleries
  • Museums
  • Restaurants
  • Parks
  • Public Transportation

Reviews for The Gibson Hotel

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TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 day ago

Rooms great with nice bathroom and very spacious, ours had a balcony Service and staff very attentive Tram stop just outside very useful Breakfast excellent with lots of gluten free options and even a separate toaster to use Not a long ride from the airport and right near the port

Mark D - Liverpool, United Kingdom


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 day ago

I've stayed at the Gibson a few times for conferences and its always lovely. Rooms are modern, comfortable and stylish. Staff are friendly and efficient. Breakfast is your typical buffet style breakfast.

susy_mc_q - Cork, Ireland


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 days ago

Located in the "new cultural hub" of Dublin, this hotel has a lot to offer. The "hub" is growing, but even so, right now, this is a great hotel. The Luas tram stops right outside the door (nearly) and is an easy ride into the city centre. There's a nice carpark for guests (although it will still cost you a discounted 14 euro/night) attached to the hotel. The hotel is very modern with some great cheeky signs. It has a very welcoming and relaxed atmosphere with very kind staff. Agatha was an absolute joy to speak with! The hotel/ our room was older with some cigarette burns in the curtains and stains on the carpet but overall the room was nice and clean. There were blackout curtains in the room as well. Our bathroom was large with a separate tub. Wifi was available for free, was reliable, and was a decent speed. Laundry service and room service were also available. The room was quiet at night. Shampoo, soap, lotion, etc was available along with a newspaper option for delivery. We upgraded to the sixth floor where we had a lovely-sized balcony and access to the gym and relaxation room. The copper tubs in the relaxation room were lovely to sit in when raining being situated outside and partially covered. The tubs, sauna, steam room and showers were well-kept and clean with cleaning schedule posted in plain site. I would only suggest creating a bit more of a barrier between the tub balcony and the adjoining room balcony for a bit more privacy. Towels and lotion were available. The gym was great and had kettle bells, multiple treadmills, ellipticals, and even two C2 rowers. It was clean with towels, water, and cool wash clothes available. Both the restaurant and bar had very kind and accommodating staff (Simone, Collin, Alise, and the other gentleman whose name, I believe, started with an "M" but I don't remember the rest...I'm sorry! But he was great as well! The hosts were great as well!). The food served was piping hot and very tasty. The breakfast buffet was large and very tasty as well. Of course, there was a large selection of drinks offered. The desserts were excellent! There is one suggestion I have regarding the bar and restaurant. For some reason, the restaurant was closed on our last night there. We, and everyone else, ended up eating in the bar. The bar was horribly understaffed that night. The kitchen seemed able to keep up with all the orders but there simply were not enough servers on the floor to properly attend to everyone. Many guests became irritated and some cancelled their order and walked out. No one could give us a reason why the restaurant had closed that evening but I'd imagine there will be several negative reviews because of it. It was just disappointing to witness as we had such great experiences with both the restaurant and the bar (there are few other places close to the hotel to eat at). On a side note, if looking at his hotel to book for the Dublin Rock and Roll Marathon, this hotel sits right at the start! Excellent location! Overall, we had a great stay at The Gibson and will book our stay here again on our next trip!

Dawn S - Atlanta, Georgia


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 days ago

Wonderful stay at the Gibson. Large, modern comfortable and clean room with great bathroom facilities. Location was great also due to last tram stop at door. Only issue was the restaurant was a bit pricey if you wanted something light to eat. Buffet breakfast, included, was great. Small Spar supermarket nearby. Easy 90 minute walk from Temple Bar area to hotel along river.

jeaniep663 - Batemans Bay, Australia


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 4 days ago

While travelling across Ireland and Northern Ireland , we spent the last 5 days of our trip at the Gibson Hotel. It is a very modern boutique hotel with a modern look and is considered a green hotel. This means no doorman, no bathrobe and slippers and no bath tub in our room- if that is what you are seeking. Everything is streamlined, plants in room and sensors for lights in closet. I was hoping to get a free upgrade since we were there for 5 days but this one reception clerk was adamant! The Gibson is located across the 3 Arenas stadium , so it's perfect if you are catching a show. It has the Luas tram right outside your door to take you into the busy Temple Bar district of Dublin or you could walk approximately 30 minutes on the river walk and take in the sights. It is far removed from the hustle and bustle but it is very close to the Irish Museum of Emmigration, the beautiful conference center ,the College of Ireland restaurants and cafés. It is also in an area of town that is booming and thus is filled with cranes erecting many buildings. That said , the rooms are very quiet except if someone slams their doors and I am a light sleeper. We got a courtyard room with plenty of natural light and we were spared the contstruction view.I will give it excellent marks for its cleanliness both our room and the corridors - it smelled and looked clean; house keeping was attentive and impeccable and bathroom amenities were generous and always complete; they had fresh cut flowers that changed daily that we could bring to our rooms. Deidre at reception is very friendly and helpful. Other clerks not so much. This hotel is always full so reserve early and choose your room specifically indicating the view, floor and bed type you wish to have. I added a duvet on my bed to give it a pillow top effect. Clare in customer relations is very friendly and helpful. Breakfast and staff were very good. I found the hotel to be nice and comfortable but some of the reception staff need to be friendlier and more service-oriented like we have in North America .

getawaygirl122017 - Montreal, Canada


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