Experience classic Irish hospitality in a contemporary setting at The Fitzwilliam Hotel Dublin, an award-winning hotel in the city's heart. The colorful, elegant guestrooms designed by Sir Terence Conran feature marble bathrooms with bold chartreuse standalone baths, some with views of St Stephen’s Green. At the same time, Glovers Alley restaurant, led by chef Andy McFadden, serves up exquisite French-inspired cuisine. From the concierge team to the penthouse's private butler, the service is exceptional, like the beautifully designed spaces surrounding it.
Featuring - Named as one of TripAdvisor’s Top 25 Luxury Hotels in Ireland in 2017, Relax in one of 139 ultra-chic guestrooms, with duck down duvets, fresh orchids, and the option of a four-poster bed, Unwind with a massage at Spirit Salon, or work out at the 24-hour fitness suite, Hold five-star conferences and drinks receptions in 1,819 sq ft / 169 sq m of event space, Take afternoon tea with gourmet miniatures and Perrier Jouët NV Champagne, Discover star chef Andy McFadden's signature style with a tasting menu at Glovers Alley, paired with sommelier-recommended wines, Explore Dublin’s historic attractions and vibrant nightlife through the concierge team’s expert local knowledge, Staff at The Fitzwilliam Hotel Dublin are passionate about their city and dedicated to helping you explore it. Ask about the hotel’s exclusive walking tour podcasts, which guide you to some of Dublin's cultural and shopping highlights.
Accommodations - Decorated with vibrant Conran and Paul Smith fabrics and warm walnut furnishings, the 139 Sir Terence Conran-designed guestrooms and suites have a distinctive, modern style. Sink into a truly comfortable bed with a duck down duvet and pillows, and then awake to tea and coffee making facilities, a minibar, and Murdock bath amenities. Choose between views of St Stephen’s Green or a quiet courtyard garden. Some guestrooms have a furnished balcony. Complimentary still and sparkling water, daily newspapers, chocolates, and fresh orchids add to the five-star experience. From the doormen to the extraordinary concierges, the hospitality at The Fitzwilliam Hotel Dublin is world-class. The team will offer tailored tips on where to go and what to see, while a quick phone call to reception will take care of your laundry. For the ultimate in luxury, book the 2000-sq-ft penthouse with a baby grand piano and wine cellar, where a private butler will take care of everything 24 hours a day, from making restaurant reservations to ensuring your fridge is stocked with chilled Champagne.
Dining - Elegant surroundings, exceptional flavors, and a warm welcome sum up the restaurants at The Fitzwilliam Hotel Dublin. Chefs handpick the highest quality meat and fish from nearby Irish farms, supporting local producers and assuring the freshest ingredients. ''Glovers Alley Restaurant ''- Chef Andy McFadden’s menus offer immaculately presented French-influenced dishes, served in a sophisticated Art Deco-inspired setting. Try scallops - McFadden's signature ingredient, in a vibrant ceviche, and finish with an Itakuja chocolate and passion fruit dessert. The tasting menu promises an evening of flamboyant flavors; add paired wines to make it extra special. ''Inn on the Green'' - Order a Secrets of the City gin cocktail and mingle with locals at this friendly bar serving hearty pub meals, snacks, sandwiches, and a junior menu for children. Try the exquisite afternoon tea, which blends global teas and traditional scones with imaginative sweet and savory miniatures like tea-smoked duck and lemon posset.
Leisure & Activities - The Fitzwilliam Hotel Dublin is at a prime location to explore Dublin. The hotel is a hotspot in and of itself dine-in its popular restaurant. Enjoy afternoon tea on the terrace. Visit the Spirit Beauty Salon on the third floor for a holistic pampering session with resident therapist Ursula Daly - try her renowned hot and cold stone massage or have a bespoke facial. For exercise, work out in the well-equipped gym or ask the concierge team to recommend a running trail. Outside the hotel, central Dublin and its endless attractions await. Shop among historic buildings and cafes on Grafton Street, take a guided tour of Dublin Castle to see the Viking excavation site and Gothic Chapel Royal, and discover Dublin’s hidden stories on a historic walking tour. Also, consider learning how to pour the perfect Irish pint at the Guinness Storehouse, sampling rare whiskeys in Temple Bar's bars and pubs, and visiting Christ Church Cathedral, the city’s oldest building. Also, explore Ireland’s lakes and mountains on a Wild Wicklow Tour.