The Conrad Dublin

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The Conrad Dublin

Earlsfort Terrace, Dublin
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This fine property is located across from The National Concert Hall, a 10 minute walk from the main shopping district of Grafton Street. It has recently benefited from a major refurbishment programme, resulting in very smart public areas, a choice of dining options and a range of accommodation alternatives. The decor scheme throughout is contemporary, in restful muted colourways. The Coburg is an award winning all day dining Brasserie based primarily on local producers and suppliers. Lemuels is an elegant lounge, with a more casual atmosphere downstairs in Alfie Byrne's bar, featuring artisan and craft beers and bar food. A range of events spaces are available, together with a 24 Hour fitness suite and valet parking.


Tel:01 676 5424
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  • Valet Parking
  • Children welcome
  • Fully air conditioned
  • Wi-Fi

Leisure facilities

  • Fitness Centre


  • Guest Rooms: 192
  • LED Flat screen TV & Premium channels 
  • Tea/coffee making
  • Internet connection 
  • No dogs allowed except guide dogs


Use the route planner for your trip

From Dublin Airport, take the M1/N1 headed toward Dublin City Centre. After 6.5 miles, turn left onto Gardiner Street (R802). Continue and cross Talbot Memorial Bridge and pass Pearse Street DART and Train Station. Continue on the R138, turning right onto Leeson Street Lower. On Leeson Street Lower, take first left onto Earlsfort Terrace.

Nearest station: Pearse

Nearest motorway: M50

Nearest airport: Dublin

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