Surrounded by embassies and ivy-covered homes in the area of Ballsbridge, the Intercontinental Dublin is perfectly positioned to share the best of Dublin. Herbert Park is 5 minutes away and it's a short drive or pleasant 20 minute stroll to the city's shopping and business centre. Dublin's International Airport is only 35 minutes away on the north side of the city.
Executive Rooms offer views of the courtyard adjacent to the showgrounds of the Royal Dublin Society or the surrounding neighbourhood. These rooms are approximately 51 sqm with upscale linen and appointed with marble bathrooms. Enjoy a fully stocked private bar, international satellite television and DVD/CD player as well as a deep soaking tub, separate glass-walled shower and WC in separate alcove with telephone.
The Seasons Restaurant serves international cuisine made from the finest Irish ingredients, while the Lobby Lounge overlooks the garden and provides morning coffee, pastries, and afternoon tea.
This was a purpose built hotel and is a sprawling 4 storey red brick property that blends in quite well with the architecture in leafy Ballsbridge.
Recently refurbished and reflecting a more contemporary design, the lobby is large and spacious with the concierge desk immediately on your left and there are beautiful views from the Lobby Lounge through to the landscaped courtyard.
Sumptuous decor, marble bathrooms, and beautiful landscaped gardens are offered at this luxurious, 5-star hotel. It boasts huge rooms, and a fantastic spa with an 18-metre swimming pool. The InterContinental Dublin is an elegant, tranquil luxury hotel destination for travelers to Dublin looking for historic sophistication minutes from the city?s vibrant shopping and local attractions. (GW 07/2013)
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19 kms to the nearest airport (dublin airport)
1 km to the nearest station (sandymount dart station)
Great hotel, fast check in room was ok, no tea/coffee facilities in room, but you can get them if you phone room service, me and my girlfriend was there for the Leinster rabo direct pro12 final on 31st May 2014, we had a superior double £211 through roomex.com, bed was really comfy, but don't think bedroom lived up to what I thought it would be for such a fancy hotel as the four seasons, after check in we went to the bar in the restaurant for a drink, I got 2 pints, it was 13.75euro for a Guinness & a Budweiser, when we got back later that night we went to the hotels ice bar, were it was 10.40euro for the same 2 drinks, how they can charge such a different price for the 2 same drinks in the same hotel is beyond me?? would I stay again? only if it was a very very special occasion.
We thoroughly enjoyed our stay at this hotel. This was my second time staying and yet again it didn't disappoint. Location was fab for the reason we were staying, for the Bon Jovi concert and we were just 5 mins from the RDS. Staff were so professional and nice, especially Joanne on Reception. Rooms were beautiful and spacious. Breakfast was absolutely gorgeous, plenty to choose from.