October 14, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
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The Merrion in Dublin, Ireland
Gracefully created from four restored Georgian townhouses, The Merrion is an historic retreat in the heart of Dublin. Only a tiny brass nameplate marks the hotel's unassuming brick exterior, but inside, marble floors and columns and ornate rococo plasterwork ceilings show off the grand style of 18th century Ireland. Each element of the hotel inspires admiration--from the bedrooms adorned with Irish fabrics and antiques to Restaurant Patrick Guilbaud to the soothing ambience of Tethra Spa. Take time to enjoy the notable works of 19th and 20th century art, considered to be one of the most important private collections in Ireland.
The stately hotel sits opposite Government Buildings on Upper Merrion Street. Step outside and you will find The National Gallery and The Natural History Museum at your doorstep. A short scenic walk takes you to the adjacent "Golden Mile," home to the lively pubs, shops and restaurants that surround St. Stephen's Green. If you're a history buff, you'll want to spend time exploring Dublin Castle with its underground walls and moat, or admiring the "Book of Kells" at Trinity College. Or if socializing is more your style, the groovy, high-tech Guinness Storehouse is a must, as is a visit to the hotel's own eatery, The Cellar Restaurant.
Location of The Merrion
Nearest Airport: DUB
Amenities for The Merrion
- General Information
- 145 Guest Rooms
- On-Site Amenities
- Spa on Property
- Spa Services
Reviews for The Merrion
From the comfortable beds to the wonderful people, the Cellar restaurant's food, and the beautiful gardens and the absolute best Irish coffee anywhere. Treat yourself to at least one night there. I wish we could have stayed there longer.
Historic hotel with five star service. We travelled with a baby and I felt maybe this hotel wasn't suited to travel with a baby. It had a lot of professionals / non family travellers staying here and at times I was conscious we didn't make too much disturbance. So if travelling with baby maybe look for a more casual hotel. But if I were to travel to a Dublin again sans baby I would book the Merrion. I had the Art Tea (afternoon high tea) they serve here and that was lovely. Breakfast was delicious. We also stayed here whilst a rock band was staying here which was quite cool. Apparently all the big acts who play in Dublin stay here - so it says something about the quality of the hotel.
Sarah E - Sydney, Australia
5 Star all the way. Where to start.. Okay I'll keep it short. Staff, Some of the best I've ever encountered! Facility, In a word - unbelievable. Amenities, just go and try them for yourself. The pictures on their website are accurate!
Ghostrider73 - Washington DC
From start to finish, the best! Arrived early (Noon) after a long flight and the staff welcomed us. "Mr. Farmer, you're early but we have your room ready". Magical words since we were so tired from the flight that arrived at 5:00 a.m. The room was perfect, perfect. Totally loved the gardens. I read all the James Joyce writings in the garden. The guys at the front, "the best ever". Great recommendations on restaurants and directions. Great beds, showers, coffee, tea, etc. Wonderful. Note: If you want to eat at the Michelin Star restarurant " Patrick Guilbaud" attached to the hotel, make a reservation 2 months or more in advance. The hotel is perfect as expected. We came back very late on a Sunday night with friends and had a few drinks at the bar and the hotel was very accomodating.
jfarmeribm - New Jersey
We were fortunate enough to spend one might at this fabulous hotel. From the minute we arrived at the front door, we knew we were at a special place. From the doorman, to the excellent staff at reception, we realized we were at a true five star hotel. The linens, the towels, the comfort of the bed were all perfection. The next morning my husband went to breakfast. I'm not much of a breakfast person, so I stayed in the room. He immediately came back to the room, telling me I couldn't miss this breakfast. It was elegant with white tablecloths, starched linen napkins, beautiful china and silver, and the best French toast I've ever eaten. The staff was so accommodating and friendly. I will recommend this hotel to anyone coming to Dublin.
Cleo55 - Brunswick, Georgia