O’Callaghan Stephens Green
What We Love
- A charming Dublin hotel in a perfect location, with Irish breakfast and a glass of proseccoFueling up with a full Irish breakfast before roaming the capital
- Toasting to your Dublin getaway with a welcome glass of prosecco
- Grabbing a book and warming your feet by the fireplaces in the Georgian library
- Digging into Tazmanian-inspired specialties from the innovative menu at Magic Glasses
What To Know
- Just a 5-minute walk to Grafton Street (Dublin's main shopping area) and 10 minutes to Trinity College
- Guestrooms are very spacious
- Free WiFi
- Free WiFi
- Parking On Site
From its elegantly restored Georgian library to its curved glass facade and industrial lighting, O’Callaghan Stephen’s Green Hotel impressively blends old and new in central Dublin. This TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence winner is located in a prime spot, at the corner of the elegantly landscaped St. Stephen’s Green and a quick Irish jig from Grafton Street’s shopping epicenter. Staying here, you’ll be surrounded by some of the capital’s best restaurants, bars and cultural hotspots.
When you’re not out exploring the city, you’ll have plenty of places to relax and unwind in at this welcoming home base. Your room is warm and inviting, dressed in handsome tartan and rich lavender hues. You can also grab some James Joyce off one of the shelves in the library and sink into an armchair by the fire. When you’re hungry, head to Magic Glasses restaurant for some truly innovative cuisine, or just grab a stool at the bar for that must-have pint of Guinness.
Each King room exudes a warm, Celtic vibe, with handsome tartan fabrics, comfortable leather chairs and a plush king-sized bed. The room doesn’t skimp on the square footage either, providing a spacious 320 square feet for you to stretch out in.
Get your fill of exquisite food and drinks at the innovative Magic Glasses restaurant. The menu offers a diverse range of dishes made from superb ingredients, with a few Tazmanian-inspired specialties thrown in by the head chef. The baked-to-order chocolate chip cookies with milk or a nightcap at the bar make for the perfect end to an evening.
Enjoying an ideal address in Dubin’s city center, the hotel sits on the corner of the leafy, 22-acre St. Stephen’s Green and at the end of Grafton Street’s shopping haven. Here, you’ll have plenty of restaurants, theaters, galleries and museums at your fingertips. The famous Trinity College and Dublin Castle are both just a 15-minute walk away, and you can reach the world-famous Guinness Storehouse in 25 minutes on foot. You can also hop on a tram, with the nearest stop just a few steps up the road.
How to Get There
This hotel was great. For the Dublin prices this hotel had everything we needed and more. The room itself was really comfortable and the bathroom was really lovely. We arrived early in the morning and understandably couldn't check in but we were able to leave our bags and we used the bathrooms downstairs to get ready (if girls are looking for good lighting and a nice open space for photos before a night out this is a great place). Once we were ready we headed out to explore. The location of the hotel is perfect to walk to everywhere in the city centre.
The chap welcoming guests into the restaurant wasn't all that friendly but that wasn't a major issue, we just went out for breakfast instead.
Lastly there was one person on reception that made us feel really welcome ( I believe his name was Phillip). He was really friendly and made sure we felt well looked after so thank you.
This hotel is amazing. After coming off our flight and arriving early in the morning we were treated to the Executive Lounge where coffee, tea, juices, water and snacks were available to us. We just needed a little breather before we hit the ground running. We visited Trinity College and the Book of Kells, Grafton Street and the Guinness Storehouse and Jameson Distillery. The taxi drivers were also amazing and friendly and gave us some great tips on driving in Ireland as well as pointed out sights along the way. The hotel staff was wonderful at calling taxis for us. Nothing though, compared to actually getting into our room, which was lovely. At the end of a very long day we opted to eat in the hotel restaurant. The staff there were so hospitable and we enjoyed our meal and our last Jameson of the day. Breakfast was wonderful as well. We were given a warm farewell by the staff as we ventured out to pick up our rental car and begin our tour of Ireland.
Great place, great location and an excellent service of all team. Very good location, close to all most important places.
I would like to make an special mention for Carlos, Hassan and Michael, you are really good guys!