From now on, I will only stay in this hotel when in Dublin. My hubby and I are dedicated to keeping up our travels even with our new addition, our 9 month old son. When we booked into the Four Seasons, we were a little bit nervous about putting people out, but we wanted to splurge in Dublin. We need not have worried. The Four Seasons staff are just experts. It helps that Ireland is a very family friendly and baby friendly place, but the staff here could not have been more welcoming and helpful. The concierge and doormen even offered to watch our son, and several times got down on the hotel lobby space to play with him. Amazing. I was just flabbergasted. The breakfast spread can't be beat, and there is something for everyone in your party--picky, omnivore, fitness freak, foodie, you name it. My son went root down on the house smoked salmon here, that is how good it was. We also had high tea included in our package, and it was well worth it. So much fun, a nice way to relax away and afternoon, and you will leave very full. I love this tradition and wish we had it more back home! My son also loved the high tea, and the Four Seasons was completely accomodating of him and his 20 month old cousin who are fun loving boys, even at High Tea. There is a gorgeous bar here. Even the room service is terrific--really good nosh, which is not the typical at many hotels, and very efficient. Not to be missed are the spa services, sauna, steam room, pool and hot tub. After a long day of walking around Dublin, it is the perfect way to unwind. The spa services are a bit on the pricey side, but you are paying for quality here--no short cuts, no half-assed massages or facials. Here, they treat you like a goddess. Even if you don't get their services, guests at the hotel are able to access the gym, pool, sauna, steam rooms and hot tubs between 6 am and 10 pm, with 8-10 pm being adults only. This was such a treat. Even with all of Dublin's pull, I will admit, we spent a couple of afternoons in, just to enjoy this spectacular hotel. If you have little ones, they will bring up a crib, and the cutest thing--diapers, lotions, washes, and powders appropriate for baby, as well as a rubber ducky. How cute is that? They will even bring up age appropriate toys. They are completely happy to accomodate all children. It is those thoughtful little touches that make this worth splurging--but also make it a terrific choice for families. I am guessing even teenagers would like this stay, and that is saying a whole lot!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- InterContinental Dublin is a 20 minute stroll from Trinity College and Grafton Street and a short walk to Aviva Stadium to experience the thrill of championship rugby. The Hotel offers a landmark location in the city's most desirable neighbourhood, combining embassies and stately homes with pubs and restaurants. For Dubliners, this is the most attractive place to live in the city. Guests enjoy authentic experiences of today's Dublin; fresh and modern, yet warmed with a sense of Irish tradition. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- 4 Seasons Hotel Dublin
- Four Seasons Dublin
- Dublin Four Seasons
- Four Seasons Hotel Dublin