Westbury Hotel

Grafton Street, Dublin, County Dublin, 2, Ireland
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Excellent (4.5 out of 5.0) 4 reviews
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Grand but not pushy posh

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on May 24, 2011

If location is a must and you have the extra to spend, Westbury's is certainly a place to go. Just off Grafton Street and with Trinity College practically down the street, one cannot ask for a more perfect location. If you exit the hotel through the back, you’ll find a great area with nice restaurants, cafes and small shops, not to mention the quickest walk to the Temple Bar area.
The hotel is absolutely grand without being pushy posh, which I think is a quality. The staff all round are helpful and friendly, and the room we stayed in (standard double) was spacious, nicely furnished and well kept. There’s free WIFI (always a plus) a coffeemaker (great) and quite a decent hairdryer and iron.
We chose not to have any meals at the hotel, so I can’t comment on that. We did however on our last day treat ourselves to a Champagne Afternoon Tea (31€ per person); we weren’t exactly impressed. Not that it was entirely bad, but the whole experience lacked the grandeur we’d looked forward to, this due to inefficiency, and the fact that parts of the menu were not available. In my opinion it’s not worth the money.

Directions: Walk up Grafton Street, when you see the street florist at the entrance to a side street on your right and notice the statue of Phil Lynott behind it, you can't miss The Westbury's main entrance a bit further back

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Conveniently Located In Dublin 2

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on July 22, 2009

This is one of the finest hotels I have stayed during my travels with good and friendly service, in-room amenities such as percolator for you to enjoy a selection of fine coffee provided in the room (BTW I’m a coffee aficionado) , fluffy towels and comfortable bed. Checking in after more than 16 hours flight and an unexpected 2 hours delay at London Heathrow the luxury that waited was a welcome respite. It allowed me time to recuperate and nurse the tired body after the grueling journey.

Unique Quality: Besides being a luxury 5-star hotel I find that the location was great where places such as the Stephen’s Green Mall, eateries and souvenir shops are just within walking distance.

Directions: Westbury Hotel is about twenty minutes away from the Dublin International Airport and is located close to the city’s shopping district off Grafton Street.

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City Centre Glitz

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on May 4, 2006

When I was at Law School in Dublin I loved to site in the grand upstairs lobby of this hotel and sip a drink, watching all the glamorous shoppers, and listen to the piano player.

Little has changed, except now I can afford to stay here and I am amused to see the students looking at MY beautiful bags full of shopping.

This is a beautiful glitzy hotel just off Grafton Street (Dublin's snazziest shopping street) and is probably the perfect place to stay when you are on a shopping or sightseeing Dublin City break.

The lobbies are of gleaming marble, the ceilings glisten with crystal chandeliers, the carpets are plush, and the place oozes with glamour and fashion.

Many famous people choose to stay here when they are in Dublin - the last one I heard of was Britney Spears when she last played here. Apparently, though surrounded by bodyguards, she had great fun indulging in high priced fashion purchases at the Wesbury mall next door.

The rooms are spacious, bright, and very well and comfortably furnished. Last time I stayed there the room boasted a six seater dining room suite!

There are two restaurants in this hotel and, although I have never eaten in the main restaurant upstairs, The Sandbank downstairs is a really excellent place to go for a lighter meal with impeccable service in bright and attractive surroundings.

Unique Quality: You simply cannot beat the location of this hotel, slap bang in the centre of Dublin's most fashionable shopping street.

Directions: Turn right half way up Grafton Street - the road is blooming with flower sellers. Hard to miss.

Maybe not for the budget conscious!

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on August 30, 2003

Well even if this was the biggest kip in the world it would stil be the best place to stay as a tourist in Dublin-Its slap-bang right where you want to be. Its just off Grafton St. the tourist centre of Dublin and without a doubt the BEST area of Dublin. Everything is at your doorstep-shops,pubs,restaurants....A night here will cost anything from about 150 up to about 300 euros which camparitive to american prices is pretty good! Everything about this hotel exudes glamour, classiness and perfection! Let this place be where you put your head down for the night in Dublin!

Unique Quality: The only thing this hotel is missing is a pool! Which is a pity but trust me you'll be too busy having fun in Dublin you wouldnt be bothered!

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Address: Grafton Street, Dublin, County Dublin, 2, Ireland

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