PROPERTY HIGHLIGHTS:

  • The Westbury not only surrounds its guests in luxury and style, it places them at the very center of the city’s social and cultural riches.
  • The hotel occupies a prime position between Trinity College and St. Stephen’s Green; perfectly located for exploring the most exciting retail and cultural sides of Dublin.
  • The magnificent Gallery, with its captivating art collection and sumptuous Afternoon Tea is a Dublin institution.
  • The 1930’s inspired sidecar bar is a great place for cocktails.
  • Culinary excellence has always been a hallmark of The Westbury, from Afternoon Tea on The Gallery to relaxed cuisine in Balfes and WILDE which celebrates the best of seasonal Irish produce.
  • Just a short walk to the legendary Temple Bar.
  • City views over Dublin’s bustling streets from the light and airy rooms.

EXCLUSIVE LUXE VOYAGER VIP BENEFITS & BEST PRICE

We negotiate rates & benefits for our clients directly with the hotels’ senior management. Our rates match or in many cases are lower than the best online rate for the property. Our clients also enjoy a suite of extra VIP privileges and recognition while staying at a partner hotel.

  • Complimentary room upgrade on arrival.
  • Daily complimentary buffet breakfast for two.
  • Up to $100 dining or spa credit per stay, and or in-house dining / spa discounts.
  • Welcome amenities (wine/chocolates/fruit) and card from the GM.
  • Complimentary private airport transfers.
  • Complimentary roll-away bed if required.
  • Early check-in and late check-out.
  • Complimentary Wi-Fi.
  • Enhanced recognition through VIP status at all touch points in the guest experience.

A complete or partial suite of VIP benefits will be offered, subject to the property T&C, including availability, category of room & length of stay.

ACTIVITIES:


Stable

With a focus purely on Ireland’s rich textile heritage, Stable works with artisans from around the country to bring a luxurious edit of linen and woollen products. The brand’s Herringbone scarves for example, take 4-6 weeks to complete on looms at Donegal Yarns on the west coast. The brand’s collection also extends to homewares including table linens, towels, throws and blankets but for a real piece of woven decadence, try on a kimono-style robe made from Huck linen.



Irish Design Shop

The four-storey Irish Design Shop on Drury Street is true to its name – everything inside the shop is made by up-and-coming local artisans. Established in 2008 at the height of the Irish craft revival, the store was the first of its kind to promote local design-led products and the people behind them. Jewellery takes centre stage (founders Clare Grennan and Laura Caffrey are both jewellers) but look out for the Áras range of homewares, designed exclusively for the store. We particularly like the wall hooks by Sligo-based woodturner Matt Jones.



Article

It’s located in the Georgian setting of Lord Powerscourt’s old dressing room, at the Powerscourt Townhouse Centre, yet Article stocks some of the best contemporary Irish homewares around. You’ll find beautiful terracotta plates and serving dishes in soft blues and pastels, dainty coloured-glass drinking glasses, and elegant trays and coasters too. Most of what’s on offer is locally crafted, but you’ll find the odd exotic treat such as ostrich feather dusters amongst the china too. The place also smells incredible, thanks to an exceptional selection of scented candles, largely crafted in Ireland – be sure to add one to your basket.



Designist

For something a little more quirky, be sure to pay Designist a visit. Inside, you’ll find a range of unusual items that look great and make for innovative gifts – a bright retro tea towel bearing a 1980s advert for a packet of Tayto crisps, for example, or apothecary style candles made in Cork with scents such as tobacco, cognac and oak. It’s an eclectic mix, but everything is beautifully made and most items are from Irish designers. There’s also a curated selection of wedding gifts, that includes everything from oak decanters to chalk board clocks.


Scout

Originally a clothes store, stocking brands like YMC, Armor Lux and Grenson, Scout in Temple Bar has expanded its offering to incorporate a selection of design-led homewares. Nowadays, you’ll find beautiful wool blankets and scarves from Donegal design studio McNutt, candles from Dublin-based Clean Slate and pottery from local collective Arran St East. And, it’s worth keeping an eye out for collections by local girl Emma Manley while you’re there, one of Ireland’s leading contemporary fashion designers.



Kilkenny Shop

For the last 50 years, Kilkenny Shop has been at the forefront of promoting Irish craft and design. Now boasting 13 shops nationwide, they have three boutiques in Dublin – Stillorgan, Swords and Nassau Street, perhaps the largest emporium for Irish-designed products. The brand was the first to champion the likes of Orla Kiely and John Rocha, and continues to pick up pieces from the most talented new Irish designers.



Solomon Fine Art

Start off the day by perusing one of The Westbury’s nearby galleries; Solomon Fine Art is right on the hotel’s doorstep and home to fantastic rotating exhibitions.



Shopping

You couldn’t ask for better shopping than the offerings in the Creative Quarter. Wander through the independent shops of the Westbury Mall and you’ll find a treasure trove of delights. Stable is a celebration of Ireland’s rich textile heritage, with contemporary pieces made using traditional methods. If you’re looking for a unique fragrance from one of the world’s finest perfumers, try Parfumarija, and you can find beautiful leather gloves at Paula Rowan. The Powerscourt Centre, a beautiful Georgian townhouse on South William Street, is filled with excellent stores like Atrium which showcases an excellent curation of Irish design. Around the corner on Drury Street, the Irish Design Shop has a great selection of quirky gifts and jewellery.



Balfes

Make the most of the excellent all-day dining menu in Balfes (www.balfes.ie), and enjoy a sharing plate and a cocktail before heading out for the evening.



Theatre

The Gaiety Theatre is just around the corner from The Westbury, so take in a show after dinner. The Abbey isn’t too far away either, and if you’re in town for the Dublin Theatre Festival there will be a huge variety of shows to check out.

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The Westbury Hotel Dublin Side View

The Westbury not only surrounds its guests in luxury and style, it places them at the very center of the city’s social and cultural riches. The hotel occupies a prime position between Trinity College and St. Stephen’s Green; perfectly located for exploring the most exciting sides of Dublin. At its front doorstep lies Grafton Street, renowned for its color, street artists and luxury shopping; whilst Dublin’s ‘Creative Quarter’, a vibrant network of streets filled with lively bars, restaurants and independent stores runs behind the hotel, with the city’s top theaters, museums and art galleries all situated within a short walking distance. The magnificent Gallery, with its captivating art collection and sumptuous Afternoon Tea is a Dublin institution. Modern, edgy and sophisticated, the hotel’s restaurants, bars and meeting spaces present a unique Dublin business and social hub.

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 centre. 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.

Standard rooms are excellent: spacious and bright, with a touch of the contemporary to balance classic cool tones. All rooms include mineral water (and Irish crystal glasses), Nespresso machines, universal sockets, turn-down service, room service, and air-conditioning. No balconies, but excellent city views from all rooms – and no worries with traffic noise on surrounding largely pedestrianised streets. Bathrooms are slick, featuring smart Aromatherapy toiletries.

The Westbury Hotel Dublin Classic Room 1 Queen Bed

Classic Room 1 Queen Bed

A feeling of understated luxury characterises our Classic Rooms with their restful palette of creams and taupes and exquisite furnishings from leading brands such as George Smith and Blanc d’Ivoire. Light-filled and airy, 270 sq ft / 25 sq m, Classic Rooms feature luxurious marble bathrooms with heated floors, a sumptuous pillow-topped bed, a 55’’ HD LED Television, Nespresso coffee machine, complimentary Wi-Fi, Aromatherapy Associates bathroom amenities and a dedicated work space. Comfortable and peaceful, they provide the perfect retreat from the hustle and bustle of Dublin’s city centre.

The Westbury Hotel Dublin Classic Room 2 Single Beds

Classic Room 2 Single Beds

A feeling of understated luxury characterises our Classic Rooms with their restful palette of creams and taupes and exquisite furnishings from leading brands such as George Smith and Blanc d’Ivoire. Light-filled and airy, 270 sq ft / 25 sq m, Classic Twin Rooms feature luxurious marble bathrooms with heated floors, sumptuous twin pillow-topped beds, a 55’’ HD LED Television, Nespresso coffee machine, complimentary Wi-Fi, Aromatherapy Associates bathroom amenities and a dedicated work space. Comfortable and peaceful, they provide the perfect retreat from the hustle and bustle of Dublin’s city centre.

The Westbury Hotel Dublin Classic Room 1 King Bed

Classic Room 1 King Bed

A feeling of understated luxury characterises our Classic Rooms with their restful palette of creams and taupes and exquisite furnishings from leading brands such as George Smith and Blanc d’Ivoire. Light-filled and airy, 270 sq ft / 25 sq m, Classic King Rooms feature luxurious marble bathrooms with heated floors, sumptuous King-size pillow-topped beds, a 55’’ HD LED Television, Nespresso coffee machine, complimentary Wi-Fi, Aromatherapy Associates bathroom amenities and a dedicated work space. Comfortable and peaceful, Classic King Rooms also offer city views over Dublin’s Creative Quarter including Clarendon Street and Coppinger Row.

The Westbury Hotel Dublin Classic Room 1 King Bed Front Facing

Classic Room 1 King Bed Front Facing

A feeling of understated luxury characterises our Classic Rooms with their restful palette of creams and taupes and exquisite furnishings from leading brands such as George Smith and Blanc d’Ivoire. Light-filled and airy, 270 sq ft / 25 sq m Superior King Front Facing Rooms feature luxurious marble bathrooms with heated floors, a sumptuous King Size bed, 55’’ HD LED Television, Nespresso coffee machine, complimentary Wi-Fi, Aromatherapy Associates bathroom amenities and a dedicated work space. Comfortable and peaceful, Classic King Front Facing Rooms also offer city views over Grafton Street, Balfe Street and Chatham Street.

The Westbury Hotel Dublin Deluxe King Room

Deluxe King Room

Statement wallpaper, red velvet armchairs and a stylish desk confer a sense of luxury to our Deluxe Rooms. Offering a generous 376 sq ft / 35 sq m of space enhanced by a graceful open plan layout, they have large windows and neutral palette of soothing shades, providing guests with a haven of tranquillity. Comfortable and restful, they feature a 55’’ HD LED Television, luxurious marble clad bathroom with under floor heating, a Nespresso coffee machine and a sumptuous pillow-topped King Size bed with crisp, 300 thread count Lissadell linen and Blanc d’Ivoire throw.

The Westbury Hotel Deluxe Dublin Twin

Deluxe Twin

Statement wallpaper, red velvet armchairs and a stylish desk confer a sense of luxury to our Deluxe Rooms. Offering a generous 376 sq. ft / 35 sq. m of space enhanced by a graceful open plan layout, they have large windows and neutral palette of soothing shades, providing guests with a haven of tranquillity. Comfortable and restful, they feature a 55’’ HD LED Television, luxurious marble clad bathroom with under floor heating, a Nespresso coffee machine and sumptuous Queen Size beds with crisp, 300 thread count Lissadell linen and Blanc d’Ivoire throws.

The Westbury Hotel Dublin Studio Suite

Studio Suite

Open-plan design, original artworks and sleek designer furniture imbue our Studio Suites with a sense of style and luxury. Offering a generous 495 sq ft. / 46 sq. m of space, they boast a generous seating area and a sumptuous four-poster King Size bed with crisp, 300 thread count Lissadell linen and Blanc d’Ivoire throw.

The Westbury Hotel Dublin Presidential Suite

Presidential Suite

The ultra-private Presidential Suite, home to Dublin’s most prominent visitors, occupies a secluded wing of the hotel. Spaciousness and understated opulence define the ultra-chic bar, dining area and lounge, while the vast marble-clad bathroom includes steam room and sauna. A private butler can take care of the rest.

The Westbury Hotel Dublin Luxury Suite 1 Four Poster Bed

Luxury Suite 1 Four Poster Bed

From the sleek, low-slung sofas in the separate living area to the original paintings and sculptures, the décor in our Luxury Four Poster Suites exudes comfort and understated luxury. Spanning 775 sq. ft. / 72 sq. m, they also take in exciting city views, statement lighting and marble-clad bathrooms with separate shower and bath and underfloor heating.

The Westbury Hotel Dublin Luxury Suite 1 King Bed

Luxury Suite 1 King Bed

Sumptuously furnished and offering an impressive sense of space, our Luxury Suites feature a separate living area with original paintings and sculptures, sweeping city views and statement lighting. Marble-clad bathrooms are generously sized with a separate shower, underfloor heating and some with divinely decadent roll-top baths.

The Westbury Hotel Dublin Luxury Studio Suite

Luxury Studio Suite

Located on the 6th floor and offering sweeping city views, Luxury Studio Suites are furnished with original artworks and cool minimalist furniture. A generous 538 sq. ft. / 50 sq. m, they also feature an extra-spacious marble clad bathroom with underfloor heating, and a sumptuous King Size four-poster bed.

The Gallery is something of a Dublin institution: enjoy a classic Afternoon Tea (€50/£44) on fine china (there’s even a tea sommelier) in its bright and gregarious surroundings. Try a Gin Sling in the 1930s-style Sidebar bar; this is a lovely space, featuring an open terrace complete with – an excellent touch – gorgeous woollen blankets woven by McNutt of Donegal. There are more Gatsby echoes and another terrace in Wilde, which offers fine all-day dining: go for the purple-themed superfood salad (€16/£14). A thoughtful breakfast, both buffet and à la carte, is also served in this sunny space. Finally, try a charcuterie plate and a glass of craft beer at the zinc bar of Balfe’s, a smart brasserie on the ground floor.

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Wilde

WILDE redefines traditional dining while creating a unique destination that’s both relaxing and luxurious. The central design ethos fuses 1930s elegance with an abundance of greenery, giving guests the sense of alfresco dining. WILDE’s menus celebrate the finest Irish produce, combining much-loved local dishes with classic cuisine from around the world. The extensive wine list at WILDE has been carefully selected by the Head Sommelier, winner of Best Sommelier as voted by the Sunday Business Post Gold Star Awards 2019.

The Westbury Hotel Dublin Balfes Bar And Brasserie

Balfes Bar and Brasserie

Located on Balfe Street, where Grafton Street and the Creative Quarter meet, Balfes is a vibrant all-day bistro with a 20-seater outdoor terrace, a zinc covered bar and an open kitchen serving beautifully prepared dishes such as seaweed-cured salmon gravadlax, roast Atlantic hake with quinoa and Asian greens, and superb rib eye steaks cooked on a Josper grill. Combining the energy of a trendy New York eatery – complete with subway tiles and industrial-chic flourishes – and the relaxed elegance of a high end Parisian brasserie, Balfes serves the finest locally sourced produce. The team has scoured the country to find the best that Irish artisans have to offer, from artisanal cheeses to free-range poultry and grass-fed beef, dry-aged for 32 days.

The Westbury Hotel DublinThe Sidecar

The Sidecar

The Sidecar is a stylish, elegant and modern take on a 30’s cocktail bar. The Sidecar has been awarded Best Hotel Bar at The Irish Craft Cocktail Awards 2018 and Best Cocktail Bar at the Sunday Business Post Gold Star Awards 2019.

While there’s no pool or spa, there’s an exercise suite, and guests can use the nearby Gym Plus gym and pool.

Area & Location

Area, Country
Dublin, Ireland
Nearest Airport
Dublin Airport, Dublin
Local Currency
Euro
Time Change
GMT 
Language
English
Best time to go
Best visited between May through August

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