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The Westin Dublin

The Westin Dublin

Contacts

Country: Ireland

City: Dublin

Address: Westmoreland Street | At College Green, Dublin D02 HR67, Ireland

Phone number: +35316451000

Photos

The Westin Dublin looking stunning with blue skies! #Heat...
The Westin Dublin looking stunning with blue skies! #Heat...
The Westin, facade to College Street, former branch of Al...
The Westin, facade to College Street, former branch of Al...
The college suite....., such a beautiful space , no wonde...
The college suite....., such a beautiful space , no wonde...
Beauty in every corner #TheWestinDublin. @westindublin
Beauty in every corner #TheWestinDublin. @westindublin

Reviews

#1
I recently stayed for 2 nights at the hotel

Pros:
- the staff at the hotel is extremely courteous and wonderful. Right from the reception to the concierge, they all make you fee at home and welcome, which is great.
- the rooms are well sized for European standards. The beds are comfortable and the rooms are fitted with all necessary amenities that one requires.
- the bathrooms are equally spacious with a separate shower and tub area.
- the biggest thing going for this hotel is its location. It sits right next door to Trinity and directly opposite the Temple Bar. Every landmark in Dublin is a walk away. You really cant beat the location of this hotel.

Cons:
- the hotel is creaking in the corners and is in need of a certain upgrade and maintenance. For instance, my tv refused to come on in the room and was fixed the next day. The coffee machine too seemed as if it had not been operated for a while and needed a good 10 mins each day to work.
- i found the lighting in the room a bit dim and outdated.

Given its unbeatable location and staff, if the above issues are taken care of, this could be the best place to stay in Dublin.
Review by RMJK

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#2
Fantastic Hotel right in the heart of the city
Hotel right in the heart of the city. Very short walk to the Temple Bar area and Trinity College. Very close to The Irish Whiskey Museum which is worth a visit just to find out about Irtish culture. Rooms are very good and beds very comfortable. Staff are excellent and very friendly. The Mint Bar is the perfect way to end a long hard day walking round the city. Would add a few more Irish Whiskey's to the collection but still a decent selection. Was the perfect stay for Valentine's get away.
Review by Brian R

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#3
elegant charm, great location
our room was upgraded to a gorgeous suite that had the most incredible furnishings and a very comfortable bed. luxurious fabrics and details such as built in millwork and heated towel rack, made for a very comfortable stay. very friendly staff, and the breakfast buffet was delicious. located across from trinity college, it is very close to great shopping and restaurants.
Review by heidiplusfive

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#4
Unbelievable Hotel
Me and my girlfriend went for a one night stay in mid February. Right from the off the hotel staff were friendly and welcoming. Amy on the front desk, was so helpful. The room was amazing, clean, warm and the views were fantastic overlooking Trinity College and the mountains to the South of Dublin. The hotel is so central and is not even a five minute walk to Grafton street for shopping, which the girlfriend was more than happy to take advantage of or Temple Bar for a pint or food. Food in the hotel was really tasty and presented beatifully. Would definitely recommend the Morelands Grill. Shea, Rosa and all the other staff really paid attention to us and the rest of the people eating and the food was to delicious would recommend the waffles or pancakes for breakfast.
The hotel held our bags even after we checked out which I thought was a nice touch as we didn’t have to carry them about the city centre. Overall 10/10 service and will definitely be back.
Review by Paul Hannan

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#5
Fabulous stay
Had the best overnight stay on Valentine's, great location, easy check in, super huge room with fab bed and bedding. Drinks in The Mint Bar saw attentive service and the added bonus of live music, wonderful way to end our evening. Breakfast next morning was plentiful and just the ticket to set us up for the day. Could not fault a thing on our stay and will be returning on our next visit to Dublin, and hopefully for longer next time.
Review by trichIreland

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#6
Fabulous Stay
After looking into many Dublin hotels, I chose the Westin because it accommodated 3 of us in one room, and was also centrally located. Well, we were very pleased with our choice. The Westin was at one time a bank, and had been converted into a hotel. So the floor and room layout was different from a standard hotel, and it was quite interesting. We had a super large room and it was soooo comfy, as was the rollaway bed. And the bathroom was gorgeous, very large and modern with marble and new fixtures and showers. We were also ideally located across the street from the beginning of the Temple Bar area, so we did not have the noise yet we had access to all of the restaurants, pubs and fun. And the breakfast is excellent as well, better than running around trying to find somewhere to eat before an early morning tour.
The best thing about the Westin was the staff-they were all so nice and friendly and helpful. And then there is Dublin Allen--the doorman, concierge and travel agent all rolled into one. We loved him!! He sent us to all of the right places and was so interesting--he can be trusted to recommend the best!
We would definitely return to the Westin again!!
Review by Tricia C

Source: www.tripadvisor.com

#7
Global business traveller
Beautiful period architecture and elegant modern amenities, provides an oasis of retreat, right in the center of this fair city!
The best "dark and stormy" I've had since my first, best time and I've been comparing..
Loved the casual, live jazz music in the corner of the bar. Loved the local produce at breakfast, great coffee too!
The Oscar Wilde Suite, was a real retreat, my favorite part... the upstairs mezzanine office area. I wished for longer than a one night business trip. Great place to be creative and think.
Elegance while comfortable throughout, kind and welcoming staff too.
Review by G.D.McDowell

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#8
Superb hotel
Spent a week at this hotel

Grand spacious friendly full of activity and armed the the gunnels with attentive engaged staff

Entry is lovely with open gas powered fires warming you whilst you check in having left the busy streets of temple bar

Rooms are delightful Large full of heavy furniture thick carpet Large hanging cupboards Huge bathroom with all the facilities you would expect Thick towels bath robes

Free water in the room and a bed that would smooth away all the stress of the day as it welcomes, envelopes and warms you Full pillows too many to count Finest cotton Wonderful

A must stay
Review by Wwhite67

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Description

The Westin Dublin is a 5 star luxury hotel, located in the heart of Dublin city centre. The hotel offers an ambience of warmth and Irish hospitality, together with an international level of service and amenities that are uniquely Westin, inviting guests to unwind and recharge with a replenishing atmosphere and natural service. Occupying one of the best locations in Dublin, overlooking Trinity College, The Westin is in the centre of the main shopping and entertainment areas and is within easy walking distance of the Convention Centre and the International Financial Services Centre, Dublin's major business district. Behind the historic 19th century façade of the hotel, all of our 172 spacious guest rooms and suites each feature a signature Westin Heavenly Bed(R) ensuring the best night's sleep, a Heavenly Shower(R) and characteristic Irish décor.

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