The Westin Dublin
The Westin Dublin is a five-star hotel close to the River Liffey in the heart of Ireland's capital
The Westin Dublin
The Westin is a luxury five-star hotel close to the River Liffey in the very heart of Ireland's capital. The Hotel is particularly proud of its environmentally friendly credentials and styles itself as the greenest Hotel in Dublin. A sustainable place to stay on your Private Tour of Ireland.
The hotel has 191 accommodation options ranging from Classic Queen and Deluxe King to sumptuous suites with views of Trinity College and the Dublin cityscape. Guests can dine at Morelands Lounge and Grill, a classic steakhouse, the glass-roofed Atrium Lounge and the underground Mint Bar. The hotel also has a bespoke fitness centre.
Covering an entire block, the Westin offers shopping and entertainment on its many doorsteps. Attractions nearby include Trinity College, which showcases Ireland's most significant cultural jewel, the Book of Kells, a 9th cent illustrated Gospel. Other visitor districts include the vibrant Temple Bar area with its colourful and legendary pubs within a short distance. See our customisable Private Tours of Ireland.
Jewel on the River Liffey
All rooms are fully air-conditioned with a king-size bed, Donegal linen down/feather pillows, pillowtop mattress, flat-screen cable tv, high-speed wi-fi, electrical adapters, desk, coffee & tea facilities, minibar and safe. The rooms feature a marble en-suite bathroom with a bath and rainforest shower, hairdryer, robe & slippers. 24-hour room service. Connecting rooms, extra bed or crib available in some rooms.
Classic Queen Guest (269-290sq ft) with a queen-size bed; Classic Twin Guest (269-355sq ft) with two queen-size beds; Club Room Guest (355sq ft) with a queen-size bed; Deluxe King Guest (355sq ft) with king-size bed and mobility accessible available with roll-in shower;
Heritage Deluxe (376sq ft) has Trinity College and Dublin cityscape views. Deluxe Twin Guest room (398sq ft) with king-size or two queen-sized beds; Writer Deluxe King Guest (376sq ft) overlooking Trinity College and the Dublin cityscape.
The Junior Suites (430-581sq ft) have a king-size bed and extra bed or crib available.
The Writer Junior Suites (409-452sq ft) are inspired by Irish literary tradition with a king-size bed and crib available, separate bath and shower. Connecting rooms available.
The Library Suites (484-505sq ft) honour celebrated Irish writers such as George Bernard Shaw, Samuel Beckett, W.B. Yeats and Oscar Wilde. A king-size bed, extra bed or crib available, separate bath and shower, and split-level suite provide a private retreat. Connecting rooms available.
The Deluxe Suites (592sqm-645sq ft) have Irish handcrafted furnishings, king-size bed and extra bed or crib available, separate lounge, separate bath and shower.
The College Presidential Suite (1786sq ft) features high ceilings, floor to ceiling windows, Waterford crystal chandeliers, 2x tv, king-size bed, dressing area, two marble bathrooms with separate Jacuzzi bath and shower. The lower level includes a separate lounge and a separate dining room for up to eight guests; the upper level features a study, a private exercise area, and a Nordic steam room. Wraparound private balcony with views of Trinity College Dublin and College Green. Connecting rooms and extra bed or crib available.
Love steaks? The Moreland's Lounge and Grill is a classic urban steakhouse. Locally sourced meat is from a family of master butchers based in County Dublin. Steaks are cooked on a Josper intense heat grill, perfectly sealing in the natural flavours. The menu also focuses on modern Irish wholesome cuisine. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
The Atrium Lounge is a five-storey-high glass-roofed restaurant. Natural light and live music combine to give the room an airy chic feel. Afternoon tea is offered here.
The Mint Bar is a cocktail lounge hidden in the original bank's vaults that became the Westin. International cuisine is served seven days a week, with lunch and dinner on weekends. Lighter tasty bites and food platters are offered to accompany the drinks menu.
The Hotel has its bespoke fitness centre, the Westin-Workout Gym. It is located on the first floor of the Hotel and opens 24 hours per day, seven days per week. State-of-the-art equipment includes cardiovascular machines, treadmills, rowing machines, upright bikes, and a free weights area.
Of all the hotels in Dublin, the Westin has probably the oldest locational heritage. The site formed part of the bay where the Vikings landed to establish the city back in 837AD. Dublin is a Viking name, meaning the Black Pool.
Over a thousand years later, the city's trading nature was cemented here in stone when the flagship branch of the Provincial Bank of Ireland was constructed. Designed in the Grand Victorian style by Dublin-born architect William George Murray, it opened in 1868.
For a period in the 20th century, the building housed the College Street Police Station, which held some of the rebels arrested in the 1916 Easter Rising.
The Westin Hotel was established on the site in 2001 but retained the great Banking Hall as an original feature. This magnificent ballroom is one of the most beautiful in Ireland. It features vaulted ceilings sumptuously decorated with stucco detailing, adorned with four chandeliers handcrafted from 8,000 pieces of Waterford Crystal, marble pillars mahogany woodwork. The original vaults that once stored all the money beneath the bank now house a hotel bar called 'The Mint'.
Covering an entire block, the Westin offers shopping and entertainment on its many doorsteps. Attractions nearby include Trinity College, which showcases Ireland's most significant cultural jewel, the Book of Kells, a 9th cent illustrated Gospel. Pay a visit to the National Museum of Ireland and discover the story of this beautiful country.
The Guinness and Jameson tours are popular, and the city's pubs are legendary. Other visitor districts include the vibrant Temple Bar area and the 'Golden Mile' around St. Stephen's Green. See our customisable Private Tours of Ireland.
Site of Viking Landings
A Luxury Hotel with Admirably Green Credentials
- Bespoke Amenities
- Overlooking Trinity College
- Three Dining Venues
- Short Walk to Temple Bar
- Opposite O'Connell Bridge
The Banking Hall
Classic Queen Room
Classic Twin Room
College Suite Dining Room
The College Suite
Deluxe Heritage King Room
Deluxe King Room
Deluxe King Room
Deluxe Suite Bedroom
Deluxe Twin Room
Westin Dublin Gym
Heritage Junior Suite
Heritage Junior Suite
Library Suite Bedroom
Library Suite Dining Area
Library Suite Living Room
Library Suite Lounge
The Atrium Lounge
The Mint Bar
Writer Junior Suite
Views of Trinity College
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Whether you are a honeymoon couple, a family or a corporate incentive group, our team’s collective resources will be brought together to build the experience that’s right for you.
We will require your arrival and departure dates, details of your personal preferences and places that you would like to visit as well as the events you would like to experience.
We will then prepare a draft itinerary and send it to you by email for your approval. Once agreed, we will send you a Booking Confirmation with Personalised Itinerary and Information Pack via email.