Standards are always high at The Doyle Collection. Never more so than at The Westbury. Like its sisters, The River Lee and, three London hotels, The Kensington, The Bloomsbury and The Marylebone, it has a sleek design, intuitive staff and luxuriously comfortable rooms. It has an unrivalled location overlooking Grafton Street, with its galaxy of consumer delights. After a long day, your room will seem like the answer to a prayer – enveloping and soothing in shades of taupe, with custom-woven Irish wool carpets, mohair-covered chairs and underfloor-heated marble bathrooms. For food, there’s Balfes, a contemporary cross between a New York eatery and Parisian brasserie, where the dishes match its edgy decor, or haute cuisine at the sophisticated, upmarket Wilde. Don’t miss afternoon tea at The Gallery, overlooking the throngs of Grafton Street, surrounded by one of the country’s finest private art collections – an Irish institution. Doubles from €320.
Name to Know: Guest relations manager Joseph Downing, who will have you captivated by his vast knowledge of art history and the beautiful works on display in the hotel.
See: Explore The Westbury’s unrivalled central location between Ireland’s premier shopping haven; Grafton Street and The Creative Quarter’s independent boutiques and trendy bars.
Eat: At WILDE, The Westbury’s beautiful new restaurant featuring the city’s most elegant terrace, a celebration of the best Irish produce served with a touch of 1930’s glamour.
Buy: A bespoke perfume from Parfumarija at The Westbury Mall.
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