Feed the Body, Nourish the Soul
The Westin Dublin has a tempting variety of places to eat, with a popular bar and a peaceful atrium in which to re-energise. The hotels’ three food and beverage facilities combine innovation with style and comfort. With a large new menu full of tempting d’oeuvres, generous classics, delicious main courses, plentiful sharing dishes and mouth-watering desserts.
Premier Dining in Dublin's City Centre
Morelands Grill, is a chic and contemporary urban restaurant, centrally located on Westmoreland Street and on the new cross-city Luas line. Welcoming diners for both lunch and dinner each day, flavoursome dishes are cooked in a Josper Grill to ensure great tasting food!
Starwood Preferred Guest members recieve 10% discount on food only and is excluding groups at Morelands. This also dosnt not include the day of SPG enrolment.
For reservations call +353 1 645 1318 or e-mail email@example.com
The Mint Bar
Shaking up the cocktail culture of Dublin
Experience alchemy concealed in the surroundings of an original bank vault. The Mint Bar is shaking up the cocktail culture of Dublin by offering a concoction of innovative flavours such as bottle-aged personalised cocktails and atomised Gin & Tonics.
Starwood Preferred Guest members recieve 10% discount on food only and is excluding groups at The Mint Bar. This also dosnt not include the day of SPG enrolment.
For reservations call +35316451322 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
The Atrium Lounge
A tranquil heaven
The Atrium Lounge has a magnificent glass roof that allows the natural daylight to flood in. Elegance is the watchword, with lush palm trees, marble floors and intricate ironwork setting the scene for an hour or two of easy relaxation. Enjoy morning coffee, lunch, dinner and Afternoon Tea here, or for a real treat a glass of champagne. Join The Atrium Lounge Social Scene on Facebook.
For reservations, call +35316451324 or e-mail email@example.com
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92%of our guests
recommend this hotel
Beautiful hotel, handsomely appointed furnishings and top notch staff. We arrived the day Ophelia was making her debut. Nonetheless, the doorman sprang into action, assisting with our luggage and escorting us in to the hands of your brilliant front desk staff and capable associates. Our bags were stowed, we were able to partake in breakfast while awaiting our room - earlly check in request ws for 1000. Due to the storm there was a lot of activity going on as flights were cancelled, transportation was stopped but everything appeared to move along like a well oiled machine. The hotel is in the center of Dublin, close to many tourist attractions. We were able to walk around and enjoy the local sites. The double room with a view...nice, mattress not so comfortable, bathroom soaker tub was to die for. The buffet breakfast was a bit pricey, but offered a variety of delicious foods including fresh fruit. We are already planning our next visit and stay at the Westin!