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The Westbury Hotel, one of Dublin's top hotels is located on Grafton Street right in the heart of Dublins shopping area.
The Westbury Hotel is one of Dublin's exclusive "Leading Hotels of The World" organisation. It is also the flagship hotel in the Jurys Doyle
hotel chain, the leading chain of hotels in Ireland. In terms
of location and quality it is hard to beat!
hotel has 162 standard rooms, 34 executive rooms as well as a
selection of Suites & Junior Suites. At the top of the scale
is the Presidential Suite. Even the standard rooms are very spacious
& well equipped. In addition to standard facilities, the rooms
are all supplied with Voice Mail, Multi-channel TV with 24-hour
sports & news channels. For the visiting executive, there
is a modem point, room safe & a decent sized work desk &
lamp. As you would expect in a hotel of this calibre, the Trouser
Press, Hairdryer & Minibar come as standard. A bathrobe &
slippers is provided for all guests.
In addition to the standard facilities, the executive rooms have
a larger executive desk, a fax machine & couch. The Junior
Suites have a spacious lounge area together with the added luxury
of a jacuzzi. The suites have a separate lounge & dining room
which can accommodate up to 6 people.
If money is no object the go for the ultimate experience in the
Presidential Suite. You can roll around in the spacious 4 poster
bed, relax or watch TV in the Jacuzzi and dry yourself off in
front of the real open fire. if you are lonely, the dining room
can accommodate up to 10 people.
There are two restaurants, a bar & lounge. The Westbury Mall
is a fine shopping area with a newsagent, hairdresser & a
nice selection of boutiques. The hotel has a mini gym and guests
have free access to the facilities at the River View Health and
Fitness Club ( NB it's 15 minutes away by Taxi so you probably
won't use them!). If you are looking to relax, a favorite
pastime in Dublin is having afternoon tea on the Terrace Lounge.
Their Russell Room is a fine elegant restaurant. It is expensive
& a little formal, yet very popular and reservations are recommended.
If you prefer a more relaxed atmosphere, try the Sandbank Bistro
. The hotel bar is ok
for meeting folks but with the choice of pubs available in Dublin,
it would be a shame not to head on out and explore them! If
you are visiting Dublin for a meeting or conference, the Westbury
has excellent conference & meeting room facilities as well
as a fully serviced business centre.