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10 expert recommendations
As chic as it is elite... the Fitzwilliam's bedrooms have been refurbished but remain the epitome of good taste.
The hotel is stylish and sophisticated at every turn, with charming, impeccably turned-out staff, offering all of the bravado of a boutique hotel without any of the buzzy background noise. Full review →
Take an unbeatable location with sweeping views over the Green, add a Michelin-starred restaurant, throw in contemporary design by Terence Conran, and you have a hit on your hands. Full review →Although St. Stephen's Green is definitely less noisy than Temple Bar, you may want to ask for a room on one of the upper floors.
Design hotel with a Michelin-starred restaurant in city center, steps from St. Stephens Green and Grafton Street Full review →
You couldn't pick a more prestigious spot on the Dublin Monopoly board than this minimalist Terence Conrad–designed number overlooking the Green. Full review →Ask for a corner room on the 5th floor (502 or 508), with balmy balcony and a view.
Stylish, U-shaped hotel set around a huge roof garden - the largest in Europe.
The Fitzwilliam Hotel is a beautiful design hotel with a fantastic location overlooking St. Stephen's Green. Full review →
This notable boutique-hotel typifies today's "new Ireland," with its sophisticated blend of style, comfort and elegance, in a central location with a few unexpected conveniences thrown in. Full review →
This splendidly modern and noticeably friendly hotel is set in the very centre of Dublin’s shopping and entertainment district Full review →
A very smart hotel overlooking St Stephen's Green (and with the benefit of an in-house Michelin-starred restaurant, Thornton's), the Fitzwilliam is undeniably posh. Full review →
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