Glamorous style hotspot in posh Georgian Dublin
This glamorous Dublin style hotspot is an exuberant mix of rococo and retro. The Dylan is everything a bold boutique hotel should be – decadent and fun, sassy and sophisticated.
- One of Dublin's plush designer dens.
- Cool cocktails at the Dylan Bar.
- Plenty of after-dark buzz.
Hit the spot
In Dublin’s leafy Georgian quarter.
There's a stylish bar and restaurant, sunny terrace dining in summer and in-room minibars complete with adult fun packs.
Good to know
Rooms overlooking the terrace can be noisy at weekends, when the bar is hopping.
Minimum StayTwo nights at weekends
ClosedClosed 24-27 December
ParkingOn-street parking only, though valet parking is available.
AirportDublin – 10km
TrainDublin Connolly station – 1.5km
PetsGuide Dogs only
LocationEastmoreland Place, Dublin, Leinster, 4, Ireland
44 rooms and suites
Seventh Heaven beds come wrapped in Frette linens, while in-room technics include plasma TVs, iPod dock, Bose surround system and Wi-fi.
Bounce into the big red leather kingsize of an Experience room. We especially liked 101 and 102.
Eat & Drink
The dining style is modern Irish, so expect a twist on traditional favourites such as roast Irish beef fillet with wild mushroom risotto, Albufera froth and girolles. Chow down on dishes such as pan-fried red mullet with bouillabaisse reduction, couscous and fresh anchovy.
Round everything off with a wicked Tahitian vanilla panna cotta with macerated berries and raspberry sorbet. The restaurant also brags what’s reckoned to be Ireland’s best wine list.
You can also enjoy Mediterranean style afternoon tea at The Dylan: forget cucumber sandwiches and get your teeth into herb foccacia and other savoury bites or a scrummy lemon curd crumble. The new evening tapas menu includes spicy Gazpacho and miniature rolls topped with with tapenade, ratatouille and anchovy.
Breakfast is served until 10:30am, or 11am at weekends.
Available 24 hours.
See & Do
You’re in posh Georgian Dublin here – a pleasant 15-minute walk from the city’s main attractions and shopping streets. (Your in-room iPod even has info on walks around Dublin loaded).
Have a liquid taste of Ireland on a sampling visit to Jamieson’s Distillery and the Guinness storehouse, or visit the cathedrals of Christchurch and Saint Patrick for a more uplifting (or not) experience. Art buffs should head for the National Gallery of Ireland, while there’s Irish history aplenty at Dublin Castle.