The Merrion

Grandest Grande Dame

fromUSD $329*night
Includes all taxes & fees
Perks
worth over
$70
  • Daily Breakfast For 2
  • Room Upgrade on Arrival, if available
  • Early check-in based on availability
  • Late check-out based on availability
  • Wi-Fi
*Based on a 1 night stay, from Mon, Feb 28 to Tue, Mar 1. view this rate

Dublin, Ireland

The Merrion

Grandest Grande Dame

What it is

The 142-room pride of Dublin, with a 2-Michelin-starred restaurant, cocktail bar, French limestone pool and wellness-driven spa tucked within four Georgian-era townhouses.

What it isn't

Artless. The hotel is home to a museum-worthy Irish art collection that includes pieces by Jack B. Yeats (the poet’s brother) and surrealist painter Mary Swanzy.

What we think

There is not much about the 1760s that we’d want to relive, but the architecture? Yes please. Blessedly, all of the era’s ornate touches (vaulted ceilings, rococo plasterwork) are brought back to resplendent life, here. Book a Deluxe King Room to be treated like a—yes—king, with pampering amenities like Asprey toiletries, a Nespresso machine and butler service. Junior Suites are tailor-made for Instagram glory, thanks to toile-wrapped canopy beds (made of Irish fabrics, natch) and gilt woodwork. While you’re here, be sure to take advantage of the topnotch spa, where new-age treatments include pumpkin enzyme facial peels and massages with rose quartz crystals.

You're here because

The hotel maintains a fleet of loaner bikes that are totally tricked out for guests, with tote bags, rain coats and even picnics in their baskets upon request (plus helmets. Safety first.).

The Moment

Two Michelin stars don’t lie. Which is why you’re not even a little bit surprised that your dinner at Restaurant Patrick Guilbaud is transcendent—from the blue lobster ravioli to the Wicklow lamb with bergamot and Taggiasca olive.

Restaurants & Bars

The Cellar Restaurant - Modern Irish cuisine

Restaurant Patrick Guilbaud - A fine dining experience

The Cellar Bar - Casual gastro-pub cuisine

No. 23 - A clubby ambience conducive to relaxed conversation

Location

A block from St. Stephen’s Green in downtown Dublin, and a five minute walk from Trinity College—founded in 1592—where the barrel-vaulted library is more cinematic than anything at Hogwarts.

Merrion Street Upper
Dublin
Ireland