The Merrion, Dublin, Ireland
Right in the heart of Dublin's Georgian district, just a short stroll from Merrion Square and the Grafton Street area, the Merrion Hotel is set around five restored 18th-century Georgian townhouses and the place oozes classic style and glamour. Think open fires in the period-style drawing rooms and bespoke stationery and writing desks in the bedrooms. A stay here is all about comfort and style, whether you choose to curl up on a sofa, pose on the garden terrace in summer or dress up for a two-Michelin-star feast at Restaurant Patrick Guilbaud.
Your expert reviewer
We love being able to step outside onto a beautiful Georgian Street, with Merrion Square and the National Gallery just a short stroll away.
The National Gallery of Ireland is only a 2-minute walk from the hotel and there are plently of tram stops close by for exploring the city.
By plane: there are direct flights to Dublin Airport from Manchester (1 hour), Birmingham (1 hour 5 minutes) and London (1 hour 15 minutes). The hotel is a 20-minute drive from the airport.
Style & Character
The Merrion suits anyone who loves elegance and five-star luxury and who appreciates art and antiques. The elegant drawing rooms, with high ceilings and open fires, are perfect for afternoon tea on a rainy day.
Service & Facilities
We love the in-room amenities and turndown service, and relaxing beside the fire with tea in the drawing room.
- Swimming pool
- Fitness centre
- Free Wi-Fi
Rooms in the older Georgian part of the hotel are unique, many with original Georgian features such as high ceilings, fireplaces, sash windows and garden views. There's beautiful décor, period-style furniture and garden views from a junior suite on the first floor in the main house.
Deluxe King Suite, Junior Suite, Merrion Suite, Speciality Suite and Garden Wing Superior King Rooms, Suites, Penthouse Suites
Facilities include: king-size bed, ensuite with bath and shower, Nespresso machine, free Wi-Fi
Food & Drink
We love having drinks on the Garden Terrace in summer and afternoon tea beside the fire in the drawing room in winter. Classic Irish dishes in the Garden Room like grass-fed beef, Clare Island salmon and rack of lamb with seasonal vegetables hit the spot.
Restaurant Patrick Guilbaud: two Michelin stars. Contemporary Irish cuisine. Open Tues-Sat for lunch and dinner. Lunch menu £80.
The Garden Room: casual dining, classic Irish cuisine. Mains from £27.50.
The Cellar Bar: relaxed dining, extensive wine list. Open Friday and Saturday.
No. 23: private club atmosphere, champagne and cocktails.
Drawing Rooms: full afternoon tea served daily 1-1.30pm and 4-4.30pm.
The Garden Terrace: al fresco dining. Open for lunch.
Rooms available from £317.03 per night
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