The Merrion Hotel

On Raglan Road on an autumn day I met her first and knew That her dark hair would weave a snare that I might one day rue (Patrick Kavanagh)

Set in the Georgian heart of Dublin, The Merrion is only a stones throw from Raglan Road and the birthplace of Oscar Wilde (Nothing succeeds like excess), Government buildings (where Flann O’Brien is alleged to have worked), the National Gallery, St Stephen’s Green, Trinity College and Grafton Street.

A listed building originally built for wealthy 18th century merchants and the birthplace of another famous Irishman, the Duke of Wellington (he of Waterloo fame).

The Georgian heart of Dublin was among the finest quarters in Europe at a time when peace reined and commerce thrived spawning new money property projects (hand on a second that sounds familiar).

The pace of intellectual and cultural life raced along with Swift, Handel and Goldsmith the Brin, Page and Jobs equivalents of the Trinity College neighbhourhood (then a well established seat of learning).

The four houses forming the hotel in Dublin are typical of domestic Georgian architecture with classically proportioned windows and intricate doorways with their beautiful fanlight, intricate plasterwork and heavy staircases complimented by rich interiors using Irish fabrics and antiques (with all the modern conveniences tastefully provided (pool, spa) as one would expect from one of the best 5 star Luxury Hotels in Dublin.

The luxurious Merrion hotel in Dublin City has established itself as the epitome of relaxed grandeur, welcoming Dubliners and visitors to the city with stunningly appointed rooms, crackling turf fires and a host of facilities. Book your room today, while our great deals last!