The Merrion Hotel        
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The Merrion encompasses four meticulously restored Georgian Townhouses that imbue it with a touch of Irish history. Popular with art lovers, the property is located in the heart of Dublin city and close to the National Gallery and National History Museum. It also contains the largest private collection of 19th-and 20th-century art in Ireland, including works by Post-Impressionist painter Paul Henry and Impressionist William Leech.
Guests can enjoy lunch or afternoon tea during the summer in the hotel’s landscaped gardens and dine all year round in Restaurant Patrick Guilbaud, Ireland’s only two-Michelin-starred restaurant, The Merrion Drawing Rooms, or under the vaulted ceilings of The Cellar Restaurant & Bar. The Tethra spa has an 18-meter swimming pool plus a gymnasium, steam room and treatment rooms.

Garden Wing Standard Room

Standard Rooms in the Garden Wing offer city views. The muted colour palette of soft blues to pale grays were inspired by Paul Henry's Irish landscape paintings, one of which hangs at the foot of The Merrion's main staircase.

Garden Wing Suite

Located in the contemporary Garden Wing, these suites are perfect for families. Comprising of one or two bedrooms, which are furnished with a king bed and twin beds respectively, and separate guest bathrooms, the Merrion is one of the best Dublin hotels for family breaks.
The sitting room area is furnished with a dining room table for 4 people, a sitting area with a sofa and 2 armchairs, coffee table with a selection of lifestyle magazines and Nespresso coffee machine.

Garden Wing Superior King Room

Superior Rooms in the Garden Wing offer beautiful views overlooking the landscaped 18th century style Gardens. The muted colour palette of soft blues to pale grays were inspired by Paul Henry's Irish landscape paintings, one of which hangs at the foot of The Merrion's main staircase.

Merrion Penthouse Suite

The Merrion Penthouse is a sumptuous apartment which provides the indulgence that is trademark of this 5 star hotel in Ireland, along with the independence and privacy that any guest would expect. The apartment offers private access and security, making it the natural choice of heads of state, celebrities and other exclusive guests. The Penthouse is the epitome of elegance, but also supremely inviting and comfortable.

  • The Merrion Penthouse comprises two floors. On the ground floor, two en-suite bedrooms are resplendent with Georgian period fabrics and loving attention to detail. Upstairs an exquisite marble flooring leads to spacious living and dining area, defined by the beautiful interior and furnishings. A separate kitchen provides all the modern conveniences. Guests can while away the hours in The Music Room or enjoy the private roof terrace complete with a luxurious hot tub overlooking the magnificently landscaped 18th Century gardens of the hotel.

  • The Penthouse offers private access and is equipped Wireless Internet Access, multiline telephones, individually controlled air-conditioning, personalised voicemail with remote access, video conferencing, cable/satellite television, fully equipped minibar in each room, two seating areas with specially commissioned sofas, a dining table for 6 people, study room, fully equipped kitchen, Canadian hot tub.

Main House Deluxe King

Located on the upper floors of the Georgian Main House, many of the Deluxe rooms overlook Government buildings or The Merrion’s period gardens. The rooms have been designed using Irish fabrics and antiques to reflect the architecture and original interiors of the 18th Century Townhouses making this one of the most unique hotels in Dublin.

Main House Junior Suite

Located on the upper floors of the Georgian Main House, many of the Junior Suites overlook Government buildings or The Merrion’s period gardens. The rooms have been designed using Irish fabrics and antiques to reflect the architecture and original interiors of the 18th Century Townhouses.
The suite is furnished with a King size bed (6ft 6”), a separate sitting area with two comfortable armchairs for relaxation and a sofa, coffee table with a selection of lifestyle magazines, writing desk with Merrion stationary and fitted wardrobes with luxury amenities.

Main House Merrion Suite

Located on the upper floors of the Georgian Main House, the one bedroom Merrion Suites overlook The Merrion’s period gardens. The suites at the 5 star hotel in Dublin City have been designed using Irish fabrics and antiques to reflect the architecture and original interiors of the 18th Century Townhouses.
The Sitting Room offers a dining room table for 4 people, a sitting area consisting of a sofa, 2 armchairs, coffee table with a selection of lifestyle magazines, Nespresso machine, music system and a beautiful Georgian fireplace (not operational due to fire regulations)

Main House Speciality Suite

The Lord Monck & Lord Antrim suites are truly without comparison. These spacious suites on the upper floors of the former No 22 and No 23 Upper Merrion Street all feature spectacular restored Georgian Plasterwork. The curved boat-shaped ceiling in The Lord Monck bedroom is particularly memorable with its exquisite plasterwork featuring flowers and birds.
Both suites benefit from natural daylight and magnificent views over Government Building or over The Merrion’s private 18th century gardens landscaped by Jim Reynolds.
The Sitting Room in The Lord Antrim suite offers a dining room table for 4 people, a sitting area consisting of a sofa, 2 armchairs, coffee table with a selection of lifestyle magazines, Nespresso machine and a beautiful Georgian fireplace (not operational due to fire regulations)
These hotel suites in Dublin City Centre are equipped with WiFi, multiline telephones, individually controlled air-conditioning, personalised voicemail with remote access, video conferencing, cable/satellite television, writing desk with Merrion stationery and fully equipped minibar.

Rooms/Facilities for Disabled Guests
Reading Room
Air Conditioning
Safe Deposit Box
Electronic Keys
Fitness Centre
Laundry
Parking Facilities
Terrace
Family Rooms
Conference Facilities
24hr Services
Snack Bar
Solarium
Private Parking
Restaurant
Bridal Suite
Jacuzzi / Whirlpool
Business Centre
Fax/Photocopying
Garden
Wired Internet - Free
Internet Access
Lobby
Spa / Wellness Centre
Tour Desk
Currency Exchange Services
Games Room
Breakfast in the Room
Steam Room
Meeting/Banquet Facilities
Concierge Service
Lift / Elevator
Dry Cleaning
Cafe
Doctor On Call
Ballroom
Dining Room
Luggage Storage
Newspapers
VIP Room Facilities
Massage
Indoor Swimming Pool
Souvenirs/Gift Shop
Bicycle Rental
Packed Lunches
Trouser Press
Sun Terrace
Restaurant (buffet)
Cycling
Swimming Pool
Wi-Fi Free
Parking
 

Dublin is the capital of the Republic of Ireland and it is situated on the east coast of the country overlooking Dublin Bay.
A city that boasts archeciture from the Georgian and Medieval times, Dublin is a delight to explore on foot with its many attractions including castles, museums and art galleries.
For shopping lovers Grafton Street and Henry Street are the main thoroughfares bursting with Irish and international fashion outlets as well as a variety of Irish Arts & Crafts stores. Explore the small streets and lanes that veer from these main streets to discover a wide variety of shopping delights.
Eating out in Dublin is a delight and in the last few years has become quite a gourmet capital with a vast array of excellent restaurants offering you the very best in traditional Irish cuisine as well as International dishes.


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By car:
From the airport: Take the M1 Motorway southbound towards the City Centre. Once on Dorset Street, continue on straight to Bolton Street. Turn left onto Capel Street and continue on straight to the river. Turn left onto Ormond Quay and then take the next turn right, traveling over O’Connell Bridge onto D’Olier Street.
Trinity College will be directly ahead. Bear right at the traffic lights, keeping the College on your left. Bear Left, to travel along Nassau Street in the direction of Merrion Square. Turn right onto Merrion Square West.
The Merrion is situated at the top of Upper Merrion Street on the left hand side, beyond Government Buildings, which are on the right hand side.


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