Surrounded by embassies and ivy-covered homes in the area of Ballsbridge, Four Seasons Hotel Dublin is an elegant, tranquil luxury hotel destination for travellers to Dublin looking for historic sophistication minutes from the city’s vibrant shopping and local attractions.
Home to immaculate garden views and Dublin’s only full-service hotel spa, our Hotel is an ideal spot to unwind and discover the perfect balance of warm Irish hospitality and personal service.
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Simmonscourt Road Dublin - Ireland Dublin − Ireland
+353 (1) 665 4000
Fax: +353 (1) 665 4099
From Dublin International Airport (DUB)
Travel time: 25 minutes
Distance: 14 kilometres/8.5 miles
- Exit the airport onto a large signal-controlled roundabout. Take the second exit marked M1/City Centre. Head south on the M1 for about 4 miles.
- The Motorway will end at a traffic signal with the large red-brick Whitehall Church on the left. Continue through this signal onto Swords Road.
- Continue along Swords Road to the crossroads with Griffith Avenue. Proceed through the light onto Drumcondra Road. The road goes downhill past the Dublin Skylon Hotel on the right.
- Continue straight onto the tree-lined section of Drumcondra Road, under the overhead railway bridge, as far as the next traffic light intersection with Clonliffe Road (left-hand side).
- At the fourth traffic light beyond the railway bridge, turn left onto Gardiner Street Upr. Continue through the next signal across Mountjoy Square West and downhill onto Gardiner Street Lr.
- At the end of this street you will pass under an overhead railway bridge. The green dome-topped Custom House building will be directly ahead. Continue through this traffic light, crossing the LUAS tramline and following the perimeter of the Custom House (Beresford Place). Keep to the left-hand lane as you continue across the River Liffey via Talbot Bridge. On the south side of the river, turn left onto City Quay.
- Follow City Quay for a short distance and take the fourth right-hand turn into Lombard Street East. Continue to the second crossroads with Pearse Street. Go straight onto Westland Row.
- Continue to the second traffic signal, turning left and then immediately right onto Lr Merrion Street. At the next traffic light, turn left onto Merrion Square North/R118.
- Continue straight from Merrion Square North onto Lower Mount Street and past the Schoolhouse Restaurant onto Northumberland Road. At the end of the road, continue straight onto Pembroke Road as far as the next traffic signal with the United States Embassy on the right-hand side.
- Continue straight through the next traffic signal at Shelbourne Road (Sherry Fitzgerald Property on the left-hand side), onto Merrion Road. At the fourth traffic light after Shelbourne Road prepare to turn right into Simmonscourt Road.
- The entrance to Four Seasons Hotel Dublin is a short distance along this road on the right-hand side.
From Via Port Tunnel
Travel time: 25 minutes
Distance: 12 kilometres/ 7.5 miles
- Exit from the airport terminal to a large, signal-controlled roundabout. Take the second exit marked M1/City Centre. Head south on the M1, remaining in the right-hand lane.
- The right-hand lane will become the entrance to the Dublin Port Tunnel. A toll is payable on exiting the tunnel at Dublin Port. Southbound toll: Monday to Friday 6:00 am to 10:00 pm - EUR 10; all other times (including public holidays) - EUR 3
- Exit the tunnel and continue straight ahead past the O2 Arena toward the East Link Toll Bridge.
- Cross the river on the East Link Toll Bridge (current toll is EUR 1.70) and follow the road to the next roundabout. Take the third exit onto Sean Moore Road.
- At the traffic signal at the end of Sean Moore Road, veer left onto Beach Road. Take the sixth right-hand turn onto Seafort Road. Follow this road to the crossroads at the centre of Sandymount Village.
- After the pedestrian traffic light, take the next right turn onto Sandymount Avenue. Follow this road, crossing the DART railway line, as far as the next traffic light at the junction with Merrion Road.
- Continue straight through this crossroads onto Simmonscourt Road. The entrance to Four Seasons Hotel Dublin is a short distance up this road on the right-hand side.
N53° 19' 32.655"; W6° 22' 4.12"
On the east coast of Ireland, where the River Liffey enters the Irish Sea, Dublin is the capital of the Republic of Ireland. Around 1.1 million people - nearly one-third of the Irish population - live in the Greater Dublin Area. Known for its distinctive Georgian architecture and beautiful garden squares, the city still retains the charm and intimacy of the small town that was the birthplace of Wilde, Yeats and Beckett.
Four Seasons provides an ideal base for exploring the sophisticated shops of Grafton Street, delving into its thousand-year-old history or venturing out to the Irish countryside.
* St. Patrick's Festival: Featuring the much-loved Festival Parade and the dazzling fireworks display of Skyfest, the Festival also plays host to a river lantern procession, a daytime street carnival and a Brazilian Afoxe Parade.
* Flora Women's Mini Marathon: This 10-kilometre (6-mile) race is the biggest all-woman event of its kind in the world. Approximately 40,000 women from around the world participate, raising money for the charity of their choice.
* Taste of Dublin Festival: A four-day celebration of Dublin's finest food and drink. Twenty-five of the city's most prestigious restaurants and chefs come together in Iveagh Gardens to prepare and serve a stunning selection of sample-sized signature dishes. Live musical, dance, comedy and theatre performances round out the event.
* Bloomsday: Every year on June 16, Bloomsday celebrates the events of a single day in 1904, as chronicled in James Joyce's novel Ulysses. Visit locations described in the book and take part in readings, walks and convivial activities of all sorts that in some way connect with Ulysses, its author and its world. A Bloomsday Festival runs from June 10 to 16.
* The Dublin Horse Show: First held in 1864, this show is one of the world's top international equestrian events and is an important marketplace for Irish sport horse breeders. The Dublin Horse Show offers the finest display of competitive international show jumping. In addition to the Nation's Cup, there are 10 other international competitions during the five-day event. With seating for over 20,000 spectators the main arena comes alive as competition begins...
September - October
* Dublin Fringe Festival: Enjoy Dublin's lively theatre scene and check out the city's impressive line-up of contemporary performing art, from September 10 - 25, 2011
* Dublin Theatre Festival: For a period of three weeks, Dublin comes alive with the very best of Irish and international theatre during this lively event. Now in its 54th year, it is the oldest dedicated theatre festival in Europe and is considered to be Ireland's premier cultural event.
* Dublin Marathon: Runners from all over the world make their way through the historic Georgian streets of Dublin on October 31, 2011.