Conrad Dublin

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Address: Earlsfort Terrace 4, , Dublin, 2, Ireland

Star rating:
5 star hotel

4.4

A stunning site overlooking Dublin's National Concert Hall is a trump card for the Conrad.

The impressive floor-to-ceiling glass entrance of the Conrad maximises the stunning views over the period façade of the National Concert Hall across the road. Resting in a quiet, cultural corner of Dublin, the 350 plus events each year in the National Concert Hall make sure that the Conrad has more than its fair share of high-profile musicians and entertainers as guests. This is a popular hotel for travelling corporate guests who are members of the hotel rewards system.

Location
4.8
90%
Eating/drinking
4.4
90%
Leisure facilities
4.3
90%
Service
4.5
90%
Value for money
4.2
90%
Bedrooms
4.6
90%
Public areas
4
90%

Location

It's a short skip through St Stephen’s Green to the hum of Grafton Street and across the road to the serene Iveagh Gardens behind the National Concert Hall -- the Conrad is blessed with the best of both worlds.  

Bedrooms

There are 192 rooms – 150 king rooms at 32 sq metres with oversized bath tubs are popular with groups.  The All Blacks rugby team stay here when they're visiting Dublin and this is testament to the corporate and arguably masculine design of the bedrooms - the styling is neutral and safe. There’s a smoking floor. Four types of suites are on offer, from junior, leisure and business up to presidential. Large leisure suites are popular with couples for a romantic weekend, overlooking the National Concert Hall. Business suites are great for corporate guests, with separate rooms for meetings. 24-hour room service is available.

Public areas

Styled with a corporate edge. There are lots of nooks and crannies for semi-private meetings. Conference facilities, including 10 meeting rooms, are excellent.

Eating and drinking

Breakfast is a talking point, with a hot and cold buffet. Alex restaurant is a seafood restaurant and its Cocktail Bar is popular with locals for after-work cocktails. Alfies Bar & Grill downstairs offers more of a pub atmosphere. Tourists can get lessons here in how to pour a pint of Guinness, which goes down a storm.

Leisure facilities

There’s a well-equipped gym with 20 pieces of equipment open from 6am-11pm. This is exclusive to guests.

Service

Friendly five-star service.

Who stays there

Mostly National Concert Hall performers, their fans and business travellers.

Price advice

There’s great value to be had if you keep an eye out for package deals with National Concert Hall tickets thrown in. Parking costs 15 euros for 24 hours.

Amenities

Recommended for

  • Business travellers
  • Culture vultures
  • First-time travellers
  • Mature travellers
  • Sporty types
  • Escaping the crowds
  • Great views / scenery
  • Live entertainment
  • History
  • Design and architecture

Pros & Cons

  • Well-equipped gym
  • Business Centre
  • Closeness to National Concert Hall
  • Parking costs extra
  • Corporate style
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