Just around the corner from Trinity College and literally across the street from the AirTrain coach, which transports you to/from the airport for 7 euros. You can walk to the Temple Bar area, yet are away from the crowds.
As far as the hotel itself, maybe I'm spoiled by the Westin resorts, but it just seemed like a regular
(expensive) European hotel. If I based my review only on the first few nights we stayed there, and forgot about the last night (a 2nd check-in 3 days later), I would have a more positive feeling.
The concierge staff, doormen, restaurant staff were all very nice, but the reception desk left me fuming.
The room was very comfortable and the bathroom quite nice.
- Also Known As:
- Westin Dublin Hotel Dublin
- Westin Dublin Hotel
- Dublin Hotel Westin
- Dublin Westin
- Westin Hotel Dublin
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Westin Dublin is situated in Dublin city centre, only 30 minutes from Dublin Airport. Beside historic Trinity College, cultural quarter of Temple Bar and steps from the shops on Grafton Street. Guestrooms feature the slumber inducing Westin Heavenly Bed and include 16 suites. Dining options include The Exchange Restaurant, elegant Atrium Lounge and popular Mint Bar. The Westin Dublin has 11 state of the art meeting rooms ranging in size to accommodate guests from 25 to 250. ... more less
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