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Dublin Hotels

Dylan Hotel

  • Design

Pros

  • Great for a romantic weekend
  • Individually designed rooms
  • Property is big enough to ensure privacy, small enough to still feel intimate

Cons

  • Hit-or-miss restaurant
  • Prices could be more competitive

Updated 04/29/2014

Fodor's Review

A symphony of "Victorian Contemporary Fusion" with Arts & Crafts stained glass, bordello brocades, spray-painted silver furnishings, and lordly antiques, this unique hotel in an old Victorian building is a racy addition to the sometimes staid Dublin scene. It might be a little too much, but there's no denying the place is different. The mysteriously lighted exterior looks beautiful at dusk and beckons you to enter. Individually designed bedrooms have cheeky design

features that include leather padded walls, brocade wallpapers, and mirrored ceilings. The restaurant continues the over-the-top decor with a lavish 1940s glam look, and the Dylan Bar is a prime people watching spot.

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Hotel Information

Address:

Eastmoreland Pl., Dublin, Co. Dublin, 4, Ireland

Phone:

01-660–3000

Website: www.dylan.ie

Hotel Details:

  • Credit cards accepted
  • 38 rooms, 6 suites

Updated 04/29/2014

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