Medieval history, literature, art and culture marry epic nightlife and dining in a charming urban village.
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The Merrion Hotel
Dublin, County Dublin, Ireland|www.merrionhotel.com|
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Striking a balance of historical and cultural importance, this opulent five-star hotel is understated, yet glamorous, discreet, and centrally located.
Boasting a restaurant with two Michelin stars, a beautiful spa, outdoor terrace, manicured garden area, two funky bars – and an excellent kids’ programme – you can’t ask for much more.
Peruse original Yeats and Le Broc paintings that decorate this charming 18th-century Georgian building or even book a private art tour. Splendid luxury, with a romantic edge.
Opposite Ireland’s government buildings and near one of Dublin’s best-kept streets, the green tranquillity of Merrion Square, is ideal for a stroll or picnic on a sunny day. It’s a quiet enclave, removed from the electric atmosphere of Grafton Street’s shopping district.
If you’re looking for revelry, dip around the corner to find a strip of bars and quality restaurants along Merrion Row.
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