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|Distance to city centre||0.2 km|
|Distance to airport||9.1 km|
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|breakfast buffet||in 51 reviews|
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Fantastc location. You can't be more center than it. Staff was very friendly and they went out of their way to help. Great breakfast too!
The toilet didn't flush that well and the cleaning of the room wasn't very good. Sheets not changed for 5 days and hair in shower.
Beautiful room , loved the design and architecture
The staff was very friendly and helpful. The location was great for both business and quick sight seeing.
The room was too dark for my taste.
Food was lovely, room was clean and spacious, staff were friendly
The bar was freezing and the service was so slow we left and went elsewhere when we first arrived We went back before dinner and although it was still cold the service was much better, maybe a change of staff Atrium bar was closed during the day which was a bit disappointing
the breakfast was very good. we arrived down at 10.25am. the girl on the desk was not at all nice and persisted to tell us they would be closing at 11am. she again told us again when we where sitting down. for the price i paid for my 2 nights you would think breakfast would be included. 51euro is a bit steep to say the least
The iconic building of The Westin Dublin is a distinguished statement in Westmoreland Street, in Dublin city centre. It is recognisable by its façade & clock tower overlooking the famous Spire on one side and the pristine College Street entrance to the Banking Hall, overlooking Trinity College on the other side.Discover an array of charming and comfortable places to dine and unwind, with three delightful eateries at The Westin Dublin. Morelands Grill Steakhouse, showcasing quality Irish produce, The Atrium Lounge, serving Signature Afternoon Tea under a magnificent glass-roofed atrium, and The Mint Bar, perfect for pre-dinner cocktails or late-night drinks.The jewel at The Westin Dublin is the Banking Hall. Built in the 19th century and adorned with Waterford Crystal chandeliers, this is one of the city’s leading destination venues for conferences and events.
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- Wonderful sightseeing
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Most Popular Landmarks
- Trinity College 159 m
- Trinity College Library 198 m
- Grafton Street 292 m
- Abbey Theatre 0.4 km
- General Post Office 0.5 km
- Dublin Castle 0.6 km
|Holyhead Anglesey||115 km|
|Dublin Pearse||0.8 km|
|Dublin Connolly||1 km|