At a Glance
Central location on lively Grafton Street
The 1930's inspired sidecar bar is a great place for cocktails
Two fantastic restaurants plus an iconic Afternoon Tea
Just a short walk to Temple Bar
City views over Dublin's bustling streets from the light and airy rooms
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It is very difficult to predict the weather in Ireland - in the summer from May to late September is generally seen as the most pleasant time to visit. Rainfall is difficult to predict - but the UK does not receive as much as many are led to believe! In the winters, temperatures do fall, but there is nothing better than finding a remote pub with a roaring fire to sit beside after a long walk in the country.
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The Westbury boasts an iconic location just off of Dublin's famous Grafton Street, renowned for luxury shopping and street artists. This is a great option for both couples and families for with numerous interconnecting room options.
The Westbury is within a 10-minute walk of some of Dublin's most popular attractions, such as Trinity College and the National gallery, and there are also numerous bars, restaurants and shops just steps away. This central hotel is a fantastic base to explore Ireland's iconic capital and a great choice for those wanting to be amongst the hustle and bustle of the city center. As well as numerous interconnecting room options the hotel also has a number of double queen rooms and larger suites, ensuring plenty of options for groups and families.
The hotel is busy and lively, reflecting the vibrant atmosphere from the surrounding streets, with a warm and welcoming lobby. The light and airy rooms and suites have modern touches and boast city views overlooking Dublin's popular city streets. They are stylishly decorated with neutral tones, large comfy beds and marble bathrooms with heated floors.
There are two restaurants here for you to sample; the first is Balfes, a trendy all-day brasserie, inspired by the bistros of New York and Paris. The restaurant is a casual affair and a popular with the locals so it is a great place to mingle and truly soak up the raucous Dublin atmosphere. As well as steaks and fresh seafood, Balfes also offers a weekend brunch menu serving their signature coffee blend along with delicious pastries.
Wilde is the hotel's fine-dining restaurant, and also where breakfast is served. The smart, yet laid-back restaurant features an array of plants, incorporating a sense of al fresco dining whilst remaining indoors. The menu combines fine Irish produce with classic cuisine from around the world.
The Sidecar bar is a highlight of the hotel- a modern take on a 1930s cocktail bar, it is a great place to sample the extensive cocktail menu in the authentically-decorated bar. You can also enjoy one of Dublin's best-loved Afternoon Teas in The Gallery with enviable views over Grafton Street, featuring a sumptuous selection of sandwiches, homemade pastries, fragrant teas and a Champagne trolley.
The Westbury's 205 rooms and suites are elegantly decorated with muted tones and soft furnishings showcasing Irish and international design. Each room has a Nespresso coffee machine and marble bathrooms with heated floors.
The 270 square foot (25 square meter) Superior King Rooms feature luxurious marble bathrooms with heated floors and sumptuous King-size pillow-topped beds. The rooms are decorated in calming tones of creams and taupes and exquisite furnishings from leading brands such as George Smith and Blanc d’Ivoire. Enjoy a city view over Dublin’s Creative Quarter including Clarendon Street and Coppinger Row.
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The 270 square foot (25 square meter) Superior King Rooms feature luxurious marble bathrooms with heated floors and sumptuous King-size pillow-topped beds. The rooms are decorated in calming tones of creams and taupes and exquisite furnishings from leading brands such as George Smith and Blanc d’Ivoire. Enjoy a city view over Grafton Street, Balfe Street and Chatham Street.
The larger deluxe rooms are 376 square feet (35 square meters) with large windows and sumptuous pillow-topped King Size bed with crisp, 300 thread count Lissadell linen and Blanc d’Ivoire throw. The statement wallpaper and red velevet armchairs are a bold statement against the muted tones.
The Westbury's 19 studio suites range from the 495 square foot Studio suites, to the 538 square foot Luxury suites. Each suite features a king-sized four poster bed as well as a seating area.
The Luxury suites range from 603 square feet to 775 square feet and include a separate living area displaying original artwork from exciting Irish artists. The bathrooms feature a separate shower and luxurious roll-top bath tub.
The presidential suite is privately located in a secluded wing of the hotel with a separate entrance. With 1507 square feet (140 square meters) of space to enjoy the suite features a separate living space with a bar and dining area. The large black marble bathroom contains a private steam room and sauna.
The Westbury has 2 main restaurants as well as The Gallery, serving afternoon tea and their 1930s inspired bar, Sidecar. There is also a fitness suite and a dedicated guest services station.
Glendalough, in the heart of the beautiful Wicklow Mountains, is a wooded valley with two mysterious lakes, famed for its charismatic early seventh-century monastic complex and round tower. You can also enjoy beautiful walks in the woods and mountains.
Horse-drawn carriage ride in Dublin
The charming carriages line the edge of St Stephen's Green and the chatty drivers and their sturdy horses make for a relaxing way to sightsee.
Irish dancing lessons
A fun experience for all the family, we can arrange private lessons for you to learn the basics of Irish dancing. So, if you've been inspired by Riverdance, give it a whirl and let your feet do the talking.
Rock of Cashel
Sometimes known as Cashel of the Kings, the Rock of Cashel in County Tipperary is a spectacular collection of medieval buildings set on an outcrop of limestone rock.
Teelings Whiskey Distillery
Teelings Distillery is Dublin's first new whiskey distillery in over a century and currently the only one in the city. Visit Teelings and taste three award-winning whiskeys for yourself.
The Irish House Party
Located just ten minutes from central Dublin in a beautiful 18th Century townhouse, The Irish House Party is a truly unique Dublin experience. Dine on delicious Irish specialties before being entertained by the best musicians and dancers in the business.
The Magnificent Antrim Coast
Northern Ireland’s Antrim Coast is justifiably famous for the Giant’s Causeway, a wonderful coastline and some of the most beautiful and most varied scenery in Northern Ireland.
Trinity College & The Book of Kells
Trinity College is Dublin's oldest university and its cobbled front square and collection of historic buildings is a must see. The magnificent Old Library building houses the Book of Kells - a 9th-century gospel manuscript famous throughout the world.
Visit The Guinness Storehouse
No trip to Dublin would be complete without a trip to visit the famous brewery of the black stuff. This historical building spread over seven floors brings to life the rich heritage of Guinness.
Location & directions
The Westbury is located in the heart of Dublin on Grafton Street.
How to get there
Dublin's international airport is just a 30 minute drive from The Westbury.