4.5
Very Good 3146 Reviews
Jetsetter Approved
This Hotel meets our standards
This hotel meets our standards, but we haven't stayed yet

What We Love

  • Westin’s justifiably popular Heavenly Beds (so comfortable) and Heavenly Showers (great water pressure)
  • In-room spa treatments on request
  • Restaurant menus with “superfoods” to help guests eat healthfully and feel energized

What To Know

  • The hotel can recommend local babysitting services but can’t directly make any childcare arrangements
  • All rooms are nonsmoking
  • Rollaway beds and cribs are available for an additional fee

Amenities

  •  Babysitting
  •  Bar
  •  Free WiFi
  •  Gym
  •  Handicap Accessible
  •  Parking On Site
  •  Restaurant
  •  Room Service
  •  Spa
Disclaimer: This content was accurate at the time the hotel was reviewed. Please check our partner sites when booking to verify that details are still correct.
Lobby Luxury property living room home hardwood wood flooring recreation room flooring cabinetry mansion hard laminate flooring

Overview

Historic 19th-century bank-turned-hotel in the heart of Dublin with a restaurant and bar

The Lowdown

Once the Allied Irish Bank, the grand 19th-century building occupies its own city block opposite Trinity College in the cultural center of the Irish capital. The 163 guestrooms and suites have contemporary conveniences like WiFi and come stocked with Heavenly Spa by Westin bath products. The Atrium Lounge has a glass ceiling five stories up and replica balconies that lend a Georgian-courtyard feel to afternoon tea, while the Mint Bar, in the former bank vaults, is a welcoming place for a Guinness in the evening. The Exchange Restaurant & Cocktail Bar is a relaxed environment with an Art Deco design that also pays homage to the hotel’s history and offers brasserie-style dining with Irish ingredients. Perhaps surprising in a country not known for healthy habits, the Westin goes out of its way to help guests take care of themselves, with 24-hour WestinWORKOUT gym, energy-boosting foods on the menus, and spa services available in guest rooms.

In the Area

The hotel overlooks Trinity College and the Bank of Ireland, and is an easy stroll from the city’s Cultural Quarter, home to museums like the Dublin Writers Museum, which offers peeks into the lives of Oscar Wilde and Samuel Beckett among others, and the National Gallery of Ireland, home to large collections of Irish and European art. Also nearby is Grafton Street, famous for its high-end shops and entertaining buskers (Glen Hansard of Once was at one time among them). And Dublin’s famous Temple Bar, an institution since 1840, is within easy stumbling distance home.

How to Get There

The Westin Dublin
at College Green
Dublin, D02 HR67 Ireland

Reviews

Having Dinner in Moreland Grill
Yun R

A very good service from this restaurant by Caroline and GREG the host for the night. I have been greeted on arrival and be seated at a properly set table. Very friendly and attentive whenever help is needed from the table.

Dinner at Moreland Grill
SwensonY

Everything was perfect. Food was delicious amazing and of course the staffs was so friendly. “GREG” is the host with the most and “CAROLINE” is attentive, so smiley and quick. Should be a model to the other staffs.

Atrium amazing space
Jenny D

Aoife and Vera in the Atrium Welcomed us and made us the most beautiful cocktails service is second to none smiley and ever so helpful staff, loved the fireplace and music very cosy space ambiance is perfect