Westin Hotel - Dublin

Dublin, Ireland

from €259 / night

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What we love

  • The Atrium Lounge
  • The Mint Bar
  • Exchange Bar & Restaurant
  • Impeccable Service
  • Killer Location

Good to know

  • Secure Car Parking Available
  • 25 minutes from Dublin Airport
  • Easy stroll from Dublin’s Cultural Quarter

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The Look & Experience

Take advantage by staying in style in this elegant 19th-century grande dame with Art Nouveau interiors, which was formerly the Allied Irish Bank opposite Trinity College.  This luxurious 5 star hotel on Westmoreland Street, College Green is in an enviable location, just a short hop from the vibrant, buzzing city centre.

Bed & Bath

The rooms are among the most spacious in the city. Tall ceilings, bay windows and big bathrooms.

About Your Stay

The Westin’s friendly atmosphere and the staff’s impeccable service are two major contributors why customers keep returning to this centrally located Dublin hotel. Upon your arrival, start with a cocktail at Exchange Restaurant & Cocktail Bar before enjoying a meal at the hotel’s chic restaurant.

Start the morning with a work out in the Westin Workout Gym or enjoy a little bit of indulgence with the Westin’s In-Room Spa Treatment. Afterwards, a generous full breakfast spread awaits in the Atrium Lounge before hitting Dublin’s legendary sights and attractions. After an action-packed day visit Searsons of Baggot Street where cocktails are sipped to the soundtrack of live piano music before making your way back to the hotel.

At the Hotel

Concierge assistance and room service are both available around the clock.

The Atrium Lounge

The Mint Bar

In-Room Spa Treatment

Westin Workout Gym

Child Friendly Extras

Be In the Know

Local Restaurants

Over the River Liffey you will find The Winding Stair on Lower Ormond Quay (+353 (0) 1 8733292). It is an interesting mix of books and delightful food. The restaurant is on the top floor while the bookshop is located on the ground floor. This restaurant promotes top Irish ingredients.  Foodies can feast on local delights. While dining, enjoy spectacular views of Dublin city, the River Liffey and the iconic Ha’Penny Bridge.

If it is great value for money fair you are looking for, here is a dining experience worth trying. Recharge with dinner at The Pig’s Ear on Nassau Street (+353 (0) 1 6703865). Choose from some mouth-watering dishes.

The famed Trocadero Restaurant on St. Andrew’s Street (+353 (0) 1 6775545) is without a doubt a Dublin institution and has been for 57 years. Housed in a former Georgian building, the strong love affair with Ireland’s theatre is there for all to see. You might even be lucky enough to dine at ‘’the stage’’ – one of the restaurant’s most fashionable seating areas. Upon arrival you will receive a warm welcome from staff and the top notch cuisine is to die for.

Local Bars

The Bailey Bar on Duke Street (+353 (0) 1 6704939) is a fantastic setting for a night out on the tiles. Enjoy a glass of wine or a pint of Guinness in one of Dublin’s finest bars. Located on Duke Street, it was visited numerous times by many famous writers including James Joyce, Patrick Kavanagh. Don’t miss happy hour!!!

If you are out enjoying your walking tour of Dublin city, I would advise you to enjoy an evening socialising amongst the upper crust in Searsons, Upper Baggot Street (+353 (0) 1 6600330). It isn’t far from St. Stephen’s Green. It is one of the select bars in the city.

Pop into the legendary Davy Byrnes Bar on Duke Street (+353 (0) 1 6775217) and enjoy a glass or two of Ireland’s most famous export in pleasant surroundings. The literary wizard known to many as James Joyce regularly visited Davy Byrnes and the pub was mentioned in some of his famous works.


Very close to The Westin, House of Ireland (+353 (0) 1 6711111) which is located on the corner of Nassau Street and Dawson Street is one shop that you must visit. House of Ireland has been in existence since 1975 and in those 39 years House of Ireland has gone from strength to strength. If you are searching for that much needed gift, you will certainly find it here. You will find everything from Belleek China, Waterford Crystal, Newbridge Jewellery and other very popular items from Louise Kennedy, Paul Costello and Orla Kiely.

Weir and Sons (+353 (0) 1 6779678) has been a very famous Dublin landmark since 1869. Located on Grafton Street, which is a prime perch for shopaholics, Weirs and Sons is always bustling with life. If it is jewellery for any occasion you are after, a trip to Weirs and Sons should be on the cards.

Just a 15 minute walk from The Westin, you will discover the unique Old Jameson Distillery (+353 (0) 1 8072355) with its Gift Store and Whiskey Shop on Bow Street, Smithfield. After the impressive tour, don’t forget to purchase that all important personalised bottle of Jameson 12 year old Whiskey.

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.

Dublin Castle

Dublin Castle is the heart of historic Dublin. In fact the city gets its name from the Black Pool - 'Dubh Linn' which was on the site of the present Castle garden.

The Castle stands on the ridge on a strategic site at the junction of the River Liffey and its tributary the Poddle, where the original fortification may have been an early Gaelic Ring Fort.

Later a Viking Fortress stood on this site - a portion of which is on view to visitors in the ' Mediaeval Undercroft' which also includes the remains of the original 13th century Castle.

The south range houses the magnificent State Apartments that were built as the residential quarters of the Viceregal court. They are now the venue for Presidential Inaugurations, State Functions and Ireland's Presidencies of the European Union.





  • Business Centre
  • Fitness Centre
  • Kids Club-Daily Activities
  • Lounge/Bar
  • Meeting / Conference Rooms
  • Meeting / Private Room
  • Restaurant(s)
  • Spa Services
  • Flat Screen TV
  • Front Desk (24-Hour)
  • High Speed Internet (Wireless)
  • In-room safe
  • Laundry Service
  • Massage
  • Non-Smoking Rooms
  • Room Service
  • Room Service (24-Hour)

World Travel Awards - Ireland's Leading Business Hotel - 2008

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