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The Westin Dublin
at College Green, Westmoreland Street, Dublin, Ireland,

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06/02/2014

by Nathalie Corredor

This hotel has the perfect location, right in the center of Dublin with easy bus, hop on bus, or walking access to everything. The service at the hotel was very personalized and my room was gorgeous - spacious and had nice outlooks over Trinity College. The hotel was a historic bank, so the building itself is a site.


06/02/2014

by Nathalie Corredor

This hotel has the perfect location, right in the center of Dublin with easy bus, hop on bus, or walking access to everything. The service at the hotel was very personalized and my room was gorgeous - spacious and had nice outlooks over Trinity College. The hotel was a historic bank, so the building itself is a site.


13/01/2013

by Eyal Ron

Great service, fantastic location. Walking distance to most attractions. But rooms are old, and even my upgraded room (gold level) was small and not attractive. It had a non traditional, that is inconvenient, layout. Price was average - high for this class hotel.


13/01/2013

by Eyal Ron

Great service, fantastic location. Walking distance to most attractions. But rooms are old, and even my upgraded room (gold level) was small and not attractive. It had a non traditional, that is inconvenient, layout. Price was average - high for this class hotel.


19/12/2012

by Colin Eaton

The Westin is beautiful and beautifulll restored, part of which was a bank in its former life but it doesn't really have the allure or magnetism of say for instance, the Shelbourne or the Westbury, (both of those being the favoured resting spots for actors visiting from out of town!). In an homage to the buildings former life there is a space for eating and drinking called the Mint, but again it feels lack lustre. Perhaps it's the location, slightly stranded between the glory of Trinity and the nether regions of O' Connell Street - Dublin's 'Champs Élysées'!


19/12/2012

by Colin Eaton

The Westin is beautiful and beautifulll restored, part of which was a bank in its former life but it doesn't really have the allure or magnetism of say for instance, the Shelbourne or the Westbury, (both of those being the favoured resting spots for actors visiting from out of town!). In an homage to the buildings former life there is a space for eating and drinking called the Mint, but again it feels lack lustre. Perhaps it's the location, slightly stranded between the glory of Trinity and the nether regions of O' Connell Street - Dublin's 'Champs Élysées'!


10/12/2012

by Steve O'Connor

Beautiful hotel. Quick and friendly to check us in, room with a balcony, clever bathroom, as comfortable a bad as I could have ever wanted. I will and have recommended the Westin to friends and will stay here again.


10/12/2012

by Steve O'Connor

Beautiful hotel. Quick and friendly to check us in, room with a balcony, clever bathroom, as comfortable a bad as I could have ever wanted. I will and have recommended the Westin to friends and will stay here again.


05/10/2012

by Brian Herron

The Mint bar downstairs in the Westin is a proper NYC style hotel bar, serving decent cocktails in an atmospheric, intimate space. Staff are well trained, and happy to chat to travelers. There's also the Atrium, which is probably the best place to read a sunday newspaper on a rainy sunday – a large drawing room space, two stories tall with a glass roof.


05/10/2012

by Brian Herron

The Mint bar downstairs in the Westin is a proper NYC style hotel bar, serving decent cocktails in an atmospheric, intimate space. Staff are well trained, and happy to chat to travelers. There's also the Atrium, which is probably the best place to read a sunday newspaper on a rainy sunday – a large drawing room space, two stories tall with a glass roof.