Please be aware that the Dylan Dublin will be undergoing refurbishment from January 2–24, 2019, causing some disruption in the hotel's food and beverage services. The guestrooms will not be affected.
Tucked away on a tranquil residential street, Dylan Dublin is a hidden gem in Dublin’s vibrant city center. Housed in a stately Victorian red-brick building, this five-star boutique beauty surprises inside with stylish contemporary interiors, quirky design elements, and an eclectic color palette. Rest well in your glamorous guestroom or suite, savor traditional Irish cuisine at the elegant restaurant, and experience authentic Irish hospitality at the inviting Dylan Bar.
- The 72 spacious guestrooms and suites are converted from a Victorian home
- on authentic Irish cuisine made with local ingredients
- Take a group of 12 to a cocktail-making masterclass
- Treat yourself to a glass of chilled Perrier Jouët Champagne with your afternoon tea on the terrace
- Bring your four-legged friends along — they will be welcomed with treats
- Host your next gathering in one of the sophisticated meeting rooms
- Discover Georgian-era Dublin with the hotel’s complimentary signature iPod walking tours, or walk to the Grand Canal or Aviva Stadium
Previously a Victorian nurse’s home, the five-star hotel balances a contemporary style with original features such as vaulted ceilings and portholes. The walls and hallways are decorated with extraordinary embellishments, including swirling silver mirrors, geometric-patterned carpets, and gilt frames.Upgraded rooms feature balconies and hand-carved Italian beds.
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Each of the 72 guestrooms and suites at Dylan Dublin have a unique character, created by hand-picked furnishings such as custom-designed headboards and antique iron lamps. You will sleep on a plush bed with a memory foam mattress dressed in Percale high-thread count cotton sheets. Other amenities include a Nespresso coffee machine and a marble bathroom with monogrammed towels and underfloor heating.
Order 24-hour room service and linger longer over your early morning coffee. The service here is prompt and attentive, and the concierge can help with everything from valet parking and laundry to recommendations on guided walking tours. Dedicated business butlers offer secretarial services and laptop and mobile phone rentals, and you can host your meeting or event in a number of indoor and outdoor spaces.
The stylish restaurant and glamorous bar at Dylan Dublin serve a tantalizing assortment of traditional and modern Irish dishes, plus a selection of cocktails.
Tavern Restaurant – Head Chef Mark Bodie works with more than 20 local suppliers to source the fresh ingredients that go into the Tavern Restaurant’s Irish-inspired menu. Try the Irish John Stone rib eye steak, the salt-baked sea bass for two, or choose from the vegetarian menu.
Dylan Bar – With an outdoor courtyard and chic interiors with velvet sofas and chrome-top tables, this welcoming bar is the ideal place for a summer barbeque, a traditional afternoon tea, or a winter warmer. It serves a full menu of appetizers, soups, salads, and sandwiches, as well as an ever-changing list of imaginative cocktails.
Find a spot at Dylan Bar’s stone terrace for a classic afternoon tea of house-made pastries, sandwiches, and scones topped with strawberry jam and clotted cream. Make your way to one of the hotel’s opulent public spaces to find a comfortable place to lounge — a velvet armchair or plush sofa, perhaps. Browse the Dylan Magazine to plan your day, and program your complimentary iPod with a customized walking tour. before heading out on your chosen itinerary. The historic streets and iconic landmarks are all just a short stroll away.
Visit Dublin’s famous bars and pubs, including Temple Bar and the Guinness Storehouse; shop on Grafton Street among its charming historic buildings and cafés; and discover the city’s Viking past and the Gothic Chapel Royal at Dublin Castle. You can also spend a leisurely afternoon at the National Museum of Ireland; visit Christ Church Cathedral, the city’s oldest building; and browse ancient manuscripts, miniature paintings, and rare books at Chester Beatty Library.
Experience Dublin’s historic charm and spirited nightlife and then retreat to the quiet and exclusive neighborhood in which Dylan Dublin is located. This boutique hotel is two blocks from Baggot Street, and is close to numerous restaurants, bars, and the Grand Canal. A leisurely 20-minute stroll will take you to St. Stephen’s Green and the major museums.
Dublin International Airport is 10 mi / 16 km away.
Dublin Connolly Station is a 10-minute drive away.
The nearest Dublin Bus stop is two minutes away.