|"Superb breakfast excellent location ."||(in 109 reviews)|
|"Exceptional best hotel in Dublin"||(in 55 reviews)|
|"Great location, fantastic and helpful staff."||(in 182 reviews)|
|"Very overrated hotel for the money ."||(in 26 reviews)|
|"Bathroom was to small and outdated."||(in 13 reviews)|
|"Breakfast not included in price."||(in 17 reviews)|
The staff was friendly and very helpful and the accommodations were very well done.
Very nice hotel, great location.
Great location, very pleasant staff, spacious room (especially by European standards). Very nice hotel.
Nitpick: bathroom could have used a little updating.
Rooms very disappointing and over priced for a dub
Rooms - small - sub standard bathrooms
concierge recommendations great breakfast
Very small room with minimal closet space and walking space and a step down to get to the bathroom Had larger room for less money on my 5 previous stays here
Very luxurious; staff members give you a lot of at
The location couldn't be more central. It's luxury accommodation with top class food and service and all the extras you could imagine
Not enough power points/sockets in the room for a modern tech age. The AC unit had mold on it
Staff were very attentive in all areas reception, restaurant, etc
Breakfast was wonderful Staff (especially Tommy on front desk) were very helpful Location
Handicap room, which was not suited for others with low and very small sink. Shower type assured water to go over the floor.
Superb customer service
Every one of the staff members was friendly, knowledgable and well groomed as well as articulate. Someone was constantly cleaning painting polishing or vacuuming something.
One afternoon the do not disturb sign was ignored and the house keeping staff tried to force the door open. Luckily there was a second lock device to prevent that. My wife had just flown in from America and landed at 7am. She went across America and then across the Atlantic, and she was understandably tired. We were trying to rest when we heard the racket at the door, startling both of us. It actually made me pretty angry, since the Do Not Disturb sign was outside. The next day they forgot the bottles of water for my room. The following day they forgot face cloths. The refrigerator was struggling to keep things barely chilled, and because of the proximity to Temple Bar, we had to sleep with the windows closed for the entire weekend. I feel the hotel charged at least 35% more than my room was worth, possibly because it was the weekend of the marathon
The staff were fantastic and the location perfect for some city shopping and exlporing the city
The quality of room service food to cost was not the best
The central position of the hotel and also the overall excellent quality made for a very good short break.
Pleasant environment, very nice location, friendly staff and spacious clean and luxurious room.
The bed was too soft and streetnoise from nightlife
the location and the rooms and the speed of check in
Efficiency and friendliness of the staff; well-appointed, comfortable, clean room.
Location was excellent
Hotel is very difficult when parking
Comort, facilities, closeness to the centre of *everything* in Dublin
Gaining access at 5:30 am was slow
the cleanliness of the room
did not get much sleep as the noise from the fan kept us awake would have expected to have been told that there was a constant noise and would be going all night very disappointed
location and comfort.
continental breakfast just ok
Ireland is a beautiful country to visit with many cities that hold a world of adventure. One of the greatest cities in Ireland to visit is Dublin. Dublin is the perfect city for a getaway. When travelers are looking for a place to stay in Dublin, they can look no further than The Westbury. Located in the heart of Dublin, The Westbury has meeting rooms, a fitness center, business center, laundry, on-site parking, guest relations department, concierge service, 24-hour room service, and is family-friendly.
The rooms here include WiFi, air conditioning with climate controls, coffee maker, flat screen television, Aromatherapy Association bath amenities, duck down duvet, work desk and chair, bathrobe, and slippers. Guests of the hotel can dine at the Wilde, Bafles Bar and Brasserie, The Sidecar, and The Juicery.
When guests check in to The Westbury, they will be greeted by a very friendly staff. The staff here can direct them to the best places to visit and explore in Dublin. They may suggest the following places to see: Dublin Castle, Molly Malone Statue, National Gallery of Ireland, The Gaiety Theatre, The Little Museum of Dublin, the Book of Kells, the Irish Whiskey Museum, and the Science Gallery Dublin.
Staying at The Westbury is a luxury for those who get a chance to. Guests will truly enjoy the bedrooms, food, and staff here. Staying here will make their time in Dublin one of the best of their lives. They will be able to make many memories here that will stay with them forever.
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There are a four different bus lines that you can take from the airport which will get you to a bus stop within a few minutes’ walk from the hotel. Get on bus line 700 heading to Leopardstown and get off at the Dublin City South bus stop. or hop on board bus line 757 heading to Charlottes Way and get off at the Stephen’s Green East bus stop. Alternatively, you can use bus line 747 going to Heuston Station and get off at the College Green bus stop or get on board bus line 16 heading towards Ballinteer and get off at the George’s St Exchequer Street bus stop. Regardless of the bus line you choose, the trip will take between 40min and 50min in total.
If you are planning to rent a car for the duration of your vacation, you will be able to park it onsite using the hotel’s valet parking service, which is available for a fee of €25 (about $28) per night. This rate does include in and out privileges.
If you are traveling with kids, you will be able to make use of the various services on offer at the hotel that aim at making your stay easier and more comfortable. You can request a complimentary cot if you are traveling with an infant, or an extra portable bed for kids up to 12 years of age. Children can get a treat of cookies and milk before bedtime, and if you are hoping to get a little time off, you can request a babysitter during the daytime for an extra fee.
The hotel organizes afternoon tea sessions every afternoon from 12:30 pm to 5:30 pm where a selection of homemade savory and sweet treats are served, including desserts inspired by particular fashion outfits. Prices start at €45 (about $50) per person for the Westbury Afternoon Tea session, but if you want to add some sparkle why not book the Champagne Afternoon Tea for €60 (about $67) per person which includes a glass of sparkling wine. For a really special treat, you can go for the Dom Perignon Champagne Afternoon Tea which gives you a glass of Dom Perignon for €80 (about $90) per person. These prices are weekday prices, and you can expect to pay an extra €10 (about $12) during the weekend.
The hotel has 7 different spaces that can be used to organize meetings and larger corporate events, with guest capacities ranging from 10 to 200. Along with the room hire, you will have access to audio-visual equipment for an extra fee, as well as catering for all meals and coffee breaks throughout the day which can be organized buffet style or as a more formal style. (Prices checked 30/07/19).
The Westbury Hotel is located at Grafton Street in Temple Bar - St. Stephen's Green, 0.3 km from the centre of Dublin. Grafton Street is the closest landmark to The Westbury Hotel.
Check-in time is 15:00 and check-out time is 12:00 at The Westbury Hotel.
Yes, The Westbury Hotel offers free Wi-Fi.
No, The Westbury Hotel does not offer free parking.
No, The Westbury Hotel does not offer free airport shuttle service.
The Westbury Hotel is 9.5 km from Dublin. The Westbury Hotel is 115.1 km from Holyhead Anglesey.
No, pets are not allowed at The Westbury Hotel.
No, The Westbury Hotel does not have a pool on-site.