The Look and Experience:
The Fitzwilliam Hotel is situated in a prime location in Dublin’s city centre overlooking St. Stephen’s Green and minutes away from Dublin’s world renowned shopping street – Grafton Street. Fitzwilliam Hotel had its interior designed by the famous English designer – Sir Terrence Conran. This 5 star designer hotel has it all. It is a true hotel experience. One of the best!!
Bed and Bath:
About Your Stay:
If you are lucky enough to stay at the classy Fitzwilliam Hotel why not begin your Fitzwilliam experience by enjoying killer views of St. Stephens Green before you hit Thornton’s, the hotel’s flagship gourmet restaurant. After dinner, make your way to the Inn on the Green Cocktail Bar and sample expertly crafted cocktails until the wee hours.
After an impressive breakfast leave the confines of the hotel for a while and take a stroll through St. Stephen’s Green Park, maybe feed the ducks or finish up by window shopping at some of the big name stores down Grafton Street, wander through the historic gates of Trinity College, catch a glimpse of the Book of Kells before returning to the hotel for a night cap.
At the Hotel:
Concierge Assistance Always Available
Exemplary service by staff
Spirit Treatment & Nail Bar
Inn on the Green - Cocktail Bar
Be in the Know:
The Green House Restaurant (+353 (0) 1 6767015) on Dawson Street is a famed foodie hotspot. Topnotch cuisine guaranteed. Not to be missed.
Dylan McGrath’s Fade Street Social (+353 (0) 1 640400) is a fantastic place to dine for lunch or for an intimate evening meal. Choose wisely from the Tapas Bar or the Traditional Irish Restaurant. Later enjoy a quality time sipping Cocktails in the Cocktail Winter Garden.
Restaurant Patrick Guilbaud (+353 (0) 1 6764192) at 21 Upper Merrion Square opened its doors in 1981 and it is still on top of its game. With two Michelin stars it is the only 2-star restaurant in Ireland. Come and feast in style and savour a dining experience like no other.
Café en Seine (+353 (0) 1 6774567) is a fantastic choice with all ages for enjoying a social evening out. Located at the trendy and hip Dawson Street, this stylish bar is intoxicating. Enjoy a party atmosphere at Café en Seine, where the food is to die for, the entertainment is magical and the drinks flow until the wee hours of the morning.
After exploring Dublin’s most famous attractions, take a break and pay a visit to Doheny & Nesbitts (+353 (0) 1 676 2945) on Baggot Street. This awesome Dublin bar is one of a kind. Who knows who you might spot here. It is usually frequented by politicians enjoying a wet lunch as the Government Buildings are just around the corner. Founded in 1850, by William Burke even since its foundation by William Burke in 1850, it has been and still is a well-seasoned drinking emporium.
If you are doddering over where to go for a well-deserved glass of Cabernet Sauvignon, a Sparkling Wine or an unbelievable cocktail, No37 Dawson Street (+353 (0) 1 9022908) never disappoints.
Fitzwilliam Hotel - Dublin, Ireland
Michelin Guide - One Michelin Star - 2013 & 2014
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