OK so you pay for it but great rooms and great service. (The bath robes were so good I err borrowed one but I'll take it back some day...honest..maybe).
Friendly staff and the doorman was a fantastic chap. Felt you got the same treatment as the rich and famous staying (or who've stayed) in the hotel.
Breakfast in the room was something of an artform - a breakfast to remember.
Good location, walking distance of the shops but in a quiet area.
You can get loads of spa treatments in the hotel. Pool looked pretty good though I didn't try it.
Liked the bars but not overly impressed with the restaurants - they seemed to be overpriced for the quality of the food you got. Enjoyed a few glasses of champagne before eating more than the meals and enjoyed meals in town more than those in the hotel (breakfasts aside).
Unique Quality: Great rooms, great service. Doorman was a great character which always helps make a hotel.
Directions: Central Dublin, very close to the National Gallery and The Natural History Museum and close to Trinity College
Grafton Street, Dublin, County Dublin
21-24 Upper Merrion Street, Dublin, County Dublin
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Address: 54 Merrion Road, Dublin, County Dublin, 4, Ireland