The Look & Experience
The exquisite Westbury Hotel is situated just off Grafton Street between Trinity College and St. Stephen’s Green. This iconic 5 star hotel oozes style and sophistication. Centrally located in the heart of Dublin, guests will enjoy an easy stroll to all of the city’s main attractions.
Bed & Bath
Combine contemporary design and classic touches. Subdued. Peaceful. Elegant
About Your Stay
A great way of experiencing Dublin’s Westbury Hotel is by enjoying a cocktail or two in the property’s bustling Marble Bar. After viewing an enviable collection of top Irish art why not explore some of Dublin’s best restaurants and captivating nightlife – which are all just a few steps away from the hotel.
Next morning, after enjoying a leisurely workout in their state of the art gym or after being pampered in the hotel’s exclusive Beauty Salon why not treat yourself to a modern Irish grill that is Wilde to say the least in the hotel’s famous Wilde Restaurant. Later, do a bit of shopping on Grafton Street, explore Dublin’s culturally rich history and heritage or enjoy a dollop of culture by visiting some of the city’s top museums and galleries.
At the Hotel
24-hour Concierge Assistance
Staff that graciously handles every request
Be In the Know
Located on Parnell Square, Chapter One (+353 (0)1 873 2266) is where a fine dining experience is awaiting you. Enjoy three courses for €36.50 or experience dining at the Chef’s table – a volcanic rock table that allows guests to view the happenings in the Chapter One kitchen or where you will be able to speak with the chefs during service.
5 minutes away from the Westbury Hotel, Fire Restaurant (+353 (0) 1 6767200) in Dublin’s Mansion House on Dawson Street is a joy to dine at. Dine in opulent surroundings in what was the Lord Mayor’s Supper Room. This popular restaurant serves only locally sourced food. You will definitely have to try the Jumbo Prawn starter which is a house speciality. Fire Restaurant also offers a fantastic mix of meat, veg and fish options.
Over the River Liffey you are sure to stumble upon Cactus Jacks Restaurant, Millennium Way, Middle Abbey Street ( +353 (0) 1 8746198). It is one of the city’s finest Mexican restaurants and definitely worth a splurge. Experience everything from delicious tapas, mouth-watering steaks to authentic Mexican dishes. If it is well priced fair you are after this is the restaurant for you. Highly recommended!!
Sit back and enjoy a pint of the black stuff in O’Donoghue’s at 15 Merrion Row (+353 (0)1 660 7194). Located very close to St. Stephen’s Green this historic pub is a great spot to savour high quality Traditional Irish Music. Built 1789, O’Donoghues has been strongly associated with the traditional music scene. It is where the Dubliners got their big break in the 1960’s.
After a day touring and exploring you must pay a visit to Mc Daids (+353 (0) 1 679 4395) on 3 Harry St, for a much deserved cool beverage. This old fashioned Pub is right beside the Westbury Hotel.
The Church Bar & Restaurant which is situated at the junction of Mary St & Jervis St, (+353 (0)1 828 0102) is a very impressive 300-year old building. Built in the 18th Century, the former St. Mary’s Church of Ireland is an incredible spot for lunch, a romantic evening meal in a historic setting or for drinks with friends and loved ones.
As the Westbury Hotel is a stone’s throw away from the bustling shopping street of Grafton Street, visitors will be spoilt for choice when it comes to the numbers and the different stores – from Dublin’s high street brands to the city’s extraordinary local chains. Spend a day shopping in Dublin’s fair city. Brown Thomas (+353 (0) 1 605 6666) is a must visit. Visit Ireland’s top designer store where you will find all the best brands in the world. After an enjoyable day of shopping, head to The Restaurant in Brown Thomas for a light lunch.
Visit the ever popular Kilkenny Shop on Nassau Street (+353 (0) 1 6777066). If you are searching for that perfect gift for a loved one back home, this is the store for you.
Visit & Experience
National Gallery of Ireland
Today the collection includes over 2,500 paintings and some 10,000 other works in different media including watercolours, drawings, prints and sculpture. Every major European School of painting is extensively represented. It also houses a renowned collection of Irish paintings. The gallery's highlights include works by Vermeer, Caravaggio, Picasso, Van Gogh and Monet.
St. Patrick's Cathedral
Built between 1220 and 1260 the Cathedral is one of the few buildings left from the medieval city of Dublin. Today St Patricks is the National Cathedral for the Church of Ireland and is still the largest cathedral in Ireland. Visitors can learn about the buildings fascinating history including its most famous Dean (head) Jonathan Swift who is one of around 700 burials on site.
Book of Kells
The Book of Kells was written around the year 800 AD and is one of the most beautifully illuminated manuscripts in the world. Its 680 pages of vellum contain the Latin texts of the Four Gospels. It was written around 800AD by Irish monks and later buried in the ground for fear of the Vikings and after being eventually rediscovered it was deposited for safe keeping in Trinity in 1653.
Located in the heart of the St James’s Gate Brewery, which has been home to the black stuff since 1759, this massive seven-storey building, a former Guinness® fermentation plant, has been remodeled into the shape of a giant pint of Guinness®. A visit will teach you everything you ever wanted to know about this world famous beer. The highlight for many visitors is the Gravity Bar® where you receive a complimentary pint of Guinness® and can relax and enjoy the breathtaking 360-degree views across Dublin City.
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