What We Love
- The two private dining rooms, which guests can hire out for special occasions
- Locally sourced produce on the menus
- Holistic treatments and exclusive massages tailored to golfers at the spa
What To Know
- There’s an extensive selection of in-room dining or picnic baskets guests can order to take out for a day trip
- Many of the rooms look out over leafy cityscapes
- The hotel offers a children's welcome program
- Free WiFi
- Handicap Accessible
- Parking On Site
- Room Service
A short hop from the vibrant, buzzing city center, the Four Seasons Dublin is an elegant retreat with some of the most spacious suites in town. Each are kitted out in gold gilt-framed mirrors, antique dark wood furnishings, plush pale green carpets and a smattering of floral prints. En-suite bathrooms are marble and stocked with L’Occitane products. Work up an appetite in the 46-foot indoor pool, the spa and the fitness center, before retiring to one of the restaurants, lounges and bars. The Reading Room dishes out contemporary Irish cuisine looking out over the landscaped courtyard, while ICE serves plates for sharing and well-shaken cocktails to the sounds of a DJ.
In the Area
A trip to Dublin probably wouldn’t be complete without a stop off at the famous Guinness Storehouse. The 26-hectare brewery is seven stories of dedication to the good stuff, topped with the panoramic Gravity Bar to take in the city’s sights with a pint in hand. People-watch in the landscaped St. Stephen’s Green; the buildings that surround it date back to the mid-18th century. Shop til you drop on Grafton Street, which is home to Dublin’s most popular department store, Brown Thomas. For more unique pieces, veer off Grafton to Drury Street; it’s filled with one-off boutiques. For some of the best food in town, try the Michelin-starred Chapter One, and for nightcaps, there’s the gorgeous Victorian Long Hall.
How to Get There
My wife and I had the pleasure of recently staying at this property. A very warm welcome awaited us at the front door and at reception. Our luggage was swiftly delivered to our room. The entire hotel has a very quiet and pleasant atmosphere. Our room was very spacious with a separate bath and shower. The bed was extremely comfortable so a greats nights sleep was had.
Tea making facilities were available and a Nespresso machine was also in the room along with a well stocked mini bar.
As we were meeting friends in a nearby restaurant we did not have dinner in the hotel but we did have breakfast the following morning which was of an excellent standard with a substantial selection of continental and hot items.
All the hotel staff were very friendly and had no hesitation in attending to our needs.
Overall we found the experience of staying at this property completely faultless and would have no hesitation in returning in the future.
We spent a fantastic evening in the Lounge with my friends last night; there was a most charming atmosphere with lovely live piano music and chandellier dim lights, great service and good food. Just superb.
I had the pleasure of staying at the interContinental Dublin last week and must say that it was a great experience. This is probably the best if not one of the best hotels in Dublin. Everything was perfect, the room, the pool and spa area, the hotel overall, the great Irish breakfast, and above all the friendly and most efficient staff, at the reception, in the bar or the breakast area. I specifically would like to thank doorman Isaac and concierge Valerie for their kind, friendly and reliable help throughout my stay and look forward to coming back sooner than later.