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A stylish five-star hotel in an historic building in the fashionable Dublin 4 district, just south of the city centre.

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The hotel is in the south city on a lovely tree-lined street. It's a a 20-minute walk to St Stephen's Green and 30-minute walk into the city centre.

The location is convenient for those visiting the Aviva Stadium and RDS Ballsbridge.

By plane: Manchester, Birmingham or London to Dublin takes around an hour, after which, it's a 25-minute drive to the hotel. Paid on-site parking available. Book flights to Dublin.

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Dating back to Victorian times, the hotel used to be a nurses' home and it retains beautiful features like its redbrick façade. There's a real luxurious feel, and you'll find quirky and individual design elements throughout the hotel.


Facilities include the restaurant, bars and terraces, a gym and a small car parking with valet service available. In all areas of the hotel, service was excellent.

  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Terrace
  • Garden
  • Pet-friendly
  • Family-friendly
  • On-site parking
  • Free Wi-Fi


Rooms are split between the old part of the house (with original features) and a more modern extension to the rear. Rooms are luxurious and cosy, with Italian marble bathrooms and nice touches like underfloor heating and heated towel rails.

Room types: Deluxe Room, Luxury Room, Experience & Studio Suite, Signature Suite

Key amenities: ensuite bathroom with toiletries, bathrobes and slippers, hairdryer, tea and coffee-making facilities, bottled water, TV, free Wi-Fi


Dining options include modern Irish cuisine in The Eddison, the outdoor and partially covered Nurserie Terrace, and Dylan Bar which serves light bites and cocktails. Guests can also drink in the Ruby Room. The pan-fried sea bass with celeriac and carrot rosti, salsify crisps and bisque purée was delicious.

The Eddison Restaurant: all-day dining, open daily.

The Nurserie Terrace: all-day dining, open daily.

Dylan Bar: open 12-10:30pm.

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