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Gracious hotel occupying four beautifully restored Georgian townhouses in a fashionable downtown district. Full review →
In a city of spotty service, the staff here does a good impression of having had decades of practice, and the look of the place is weathering beautifully.
This Upper Merrion Street hotel opposite the Government Buildings comprises four eighteenth-century Georgian town houses built for wealthy Irish merchants and nobility. Full review →
Stately and spiffy, and splendidly situated... this luxurious hotel actually comprises four exactingly restored Georgian town houses. Full review →
Because the property used to be a series of homes, the interior speaks to this by maintaining a comfortable, welcoming feeling. Full review →
Housed in four restored Georgian houses, the Merrion is a deeply feminine, traditionally elegant hotel. Full review →
This legendary hotel carries on a grand tradition of personal service and timeless style. Full review →
This resplendent five-star hotel, in a terrace of beautifully restored Georgian townhouses, opened in 1988 but looks like it's been around a lot longer. Full review →
Elegant hotel... spacious bedrooms.
The Merrion is Dublin's most exclusive luxury hotel, and has a convenient location across from the Government buildings in four 18th-century townhouses. Full review →
Thanks to management's adept style and the meticulous staff, this hotel comes off as a cozier version of the Four Seasons. Full review →
The Merrion Hotel opens into a series of period drawing rooms fragranced by turf fires and adorned with Ireland's largest collection of private art. Full review →
Housed inside four restored, listed Georgian houses, the Merrion doesn't shy away from a little frill here, a delicate striped couch there. Full review →
Occupying a cluster of four stately Georgian houses, The Merrion embodies the classical glamour of the 18th century, with a subtly modern twist. Full review →
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