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We have been given three picks for champagne high tea. Which is best??? The Shelbourne, Sheldon or the Westbury? We are staying at the Ashling. Thanks ahead for your help

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Absolutely the Shelbourne. My wife took her mother to the Westbury and said that it was "dreadful"

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thank you

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also is it best to make a reservation?

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Yes, a reservation is required

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Another vote for the Shelbourne.

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The Shelbourne, without a doubt. Enjoy.

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High tea In Dublin? And some yet think such stuff is an option only in the Dutch capital.

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