The Westbury Hotel

Address: Grafton Street, Dublin, County Dublin, 2, Ireland | 5 star hotel
 
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Location

This 5 star hotel, located in the South-East Inner City area of Dublin, is near Grafton Street, Molly Malone Statue, Powerscourt Townhouse, and Butlers Irish Chocolates.
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          Amenities

          Activities

          • Restaurant
          • Bar/lounge
          • Fitness/Health center

          Features

          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Wheelchair accessibility

          General

          • Suites

          Services

          • Room service
           

          TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Westbury Hotel Dublin

          Reviewed by waterlilly22

          The Westbury Hotel

          Reviewed Mar 20, 2012
          by (3 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

          The Westbury Hotel was amazing, room service, free wifi, and a resturuant that served delicious food.

          This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

          Reviewed by frosty38

          Wonderful stay and Staff was outstanding

          Reviewed Jun 29, 2011
          by (2 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

          My cousin and i ventured to our granmoms homeland. It was a great trip

          This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

          Historical Traveler Reviews The Westbury Hotel Dublin

          Nice touches at the Wesbury

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          I have stayed at the Wesbury several times over the past 2 years. The location is second to none in Dublin. It is just off Grafton street. Has a free underground parking garage and if rooms are available will allow you to check in early. My husband and I have arrived at 9 AM and been allowed into our room. The rooms are comfortable and nicely appointed. The Molton Brown soaps and lotions are luxurious. I would recommend this hotel to anyone. The rates do vary. I would check the Jury's website often. The Full Irish Breakfast is quite expensive, but the continental breakfast in the lobby is nice. The lounge is a fantastic place to relax with friends and family. Get there early in order to get a table. It is especially lovely when the pianist is playing.

          Very friendly staff

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          I stayed at the Westbury last May, 2004. I have since stayed at many other Dublin hotels (Clarence, Westin, Fitzwilliam) and have realized that the friendly service found at the Westbury is difficult to match. I loved the staff and spending time in the hotel lobby area having tea while looking out on Grafton Street. The atmosphere was great and the location cannot be beaten if you are looking for a city center hotel. The room was lovely, if a little traditional in decor. I would absolutely stay here again and appreciate this hotel even more now that I can compare it to others.

          Overpriced and Overrated

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          I suppose I am to blame for booking accommodation in the Westbury, one of the most luxurious five star Dublin hotels, and a member of Leading Hotels of the World to quote from their own website.

          I was aware the the price of €185 and indeed the it would be subject to a service charge of 12.5% however I expected a level of service that matched the price.

          To find chewing gum stuck below the bathroom sink and a used facecloth under the towels does not match the image. The fight outside my bedroom door that woke me at 4.30 am was not the hotel's fault but could have been handled better. The "light breakfast" that was included in the price consisted of self-service tea/coffee and a croisant. Not so much as a glass of orange juice! What could justify the service charge of 12.5%? Irish hotels are generally expensive but this one took the biscuit. Never again!

          Great location

          from

          Great location! Treated very well at the Westbury. Concierge was great, housekeeping turned down the bed at night. A little pricey, but very nice.

          Top Hotel In Dublin!

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          You can't get a better hotel in Dublin than the Westbury. The location is second to none, while the amenities are top notch. The rooms are well appointed and the full Irish Breakfast gets you off to a good start. 5 ***** all the way, you won't find a better choice for the price.

          Great Location

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          You cannot get a better spot that the Westbury for location - right in the middle of Dublin's high street shopping. Great hotel also if you have a car - there is a free underground carpark attached. The first floor lobby is a great meeting place for afternoon tea or a drink.Can be excellent value too - check the Jurys website.

          Loved the Westbury

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          My, 87 year old aunt and I enjoyed every minute of our stay. We enjoyed the scrumptious goumet meals served very elegantly at The Sandbank Bistro. However, we especially liked Afternoon Tea and cocktails in The Terrace Lounge listening to favorite tunes played by a delightful piano player. Everyone was so friendly and helpful. The service was impeccable. The location simply added to the enjoyment of our vacation.

          Really loved the Westbury!

          from

          Can't beat the location and comfort of this wonderful hotel. We enjoyed a beautiful room here. The staff is extremely friendly and helpful. We really wanted to stay here for the location but it's not cheap--surprisingly, we got an excellent rate through the hotels website--check often because the rates fluctuate--I was about to give up when the 300 pound per day rate dropped to 140--this included breakfast, taxes and fees!

          We would stay again!

          from

          There were 10 of us staying at the Westbury in Dublin and every one loved it. We all agreed that if we were to return we would stay there again. The location is excellent and the service was wonderful. All of our rooms were spacious and the beds very comfortable. The baths had plenty of room, the elevators were prompt and fast, and the continental breakfast in the lounge was lovely. The buffet in the restaurant was also excellent. It was a wonderful experience.

          Centre of Excellence

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          This is an excellent hotel for shopping in Dublin. Only minutes from the main thorough fare. Service is exemplary. Having had to wait two minutes for a drink in the bar, I was offered it for free. Rooms are clean, airy and have great beds. Public reception areas plush but lacking in character.

          TripAdvisor Reviews The Westbury Hotel Dublin

          4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
           

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          Traveler Photos The Westbury Hotel Dublin

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