The Shelbourne a Renaissance Hotel

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The Shelbourne, a Renaissance Hotel

27 St. Stephens Green Dublin 2
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This Dublin landmark exudes elegance and a real sense of history, having been established in 1824. The public areas are spacious and offer a range of dining and bar options. There is a selection of bedroom styles and suites available, many with commanding views over St. Stephen's Green.
No 27 is a popular bar and lounge for casual dining, while the Saddle Room is the main restaurant featuring a steak and seafood menu with a contemporary twist, and an enviable reputation for both its food and service.
Afternoon tea is served in the elegant Lord Mayor's Lounge and is a real treat. An extensive leisure and fitness facility is also available, together with a range of meeting rooms, including The Constitution Room, where the Irish Constitution was drafted. Valet parking available.

Information

Tel:01 6634500
Please quote 'The AA'.

Facilities

  • Children welcome
  • Passenger lift
  • Fully air conditioned
  • Wi-fi

Leisure facilities

  • Gym
  • Indoor swimming pool
  • Live entertainment
  • Relaxtion room
  • Thermal facilities
  • Dance studio

Bedrooms

  • En-suite rooms: 265
  • Rooms for smokers: 7
  • Satellite and Freeview TV available
  • Tea/coffee making facilites
  • No dogs allowed except guide dogs

Directions

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M1 to city centre, along Parnell St to O'Connell St towards Trinity College, 3rd right into Kildare St, hotel on left

Nearest station: Connolly & Heuston, Luas Stephen's Green

Nearest motorway: M50

Nearest airport: Dublin

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