The Westin Dublin is a modern hotel hidden behind the grand 19th-century facade of the Allied Irish Bank and overlooking Trinity College in Dublin city centre. Dublin Airport is ten kilometres from the hotel.
The Westin's lobby features polished marble pillars, a fireplace, and sofas. The 19th century Banking Hall is the focal point of the business centre, offering Internet access and conference facilities in an ornate setting with Egyptian crystal chandeliers and its own access to College Street. Other business amenities include 7 conference/meeting rooms and a computer station. The Exchange Restaurant features Art Deco detailing and serves international dishes.
Traditional Irish dishes and beers are offered in the Mint Bar, which was originally the bank's vault; the Atrium serves cocktails in a refined setting of palm trees and marble floors, the lofty glass roof five floors above. Fitness enthusiasts can sweat it out in the gymnasium and guests can receive therapeutic spa treatments in their own rooms. Parking is assisted by the hotel valet (surcharges apply).
The Westin Dublin features 163 guestrooms decorated in rich colors with mahogany furniture and views of the atrium lounge or city center. All rooms have signature Heavenly Beds with pillowtop mattresses and down duvets, as well as LCD televisions, complimentary newspapers, and wireless Internet access (surcharge).