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.
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.
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 at The Mint Bar.
The Exchange Restaurant
Premier Dining in Dublin's City Centre
A stylish relaxed brasserie, The Exchange Restaurant is an informal and cosy venue overlooking Westmoreland Street, in the heart of Dublin city. The room is flooded with natural light and features a stunning Art Deco style mural, plush banquettes, intimate corners and friendly service.
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93%of our guests
recommend this hotel
The location is stellar -- right in the middle of Temple Bar. My wife and I never had more than a 15 min walk to anywhere we went for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Even the Guinness brewery is only a mile or so walk. Many other attractions are close by. We didn't use it, but there is an airport bus stop across the street. Airport took 20 mins by car. Valet service was on point and not outrageously expensive at around 30$ a night.
Rooms themselves look pretty updated including the bathroom and were quiet and spacious. Staff recognized my status and upgraded me during what I assume was a very busy time of year (New Years). Came with a free buffet breakfast per my status which was pretty good as well. I didn't try either of the bars, but the cocktails list looked inventive.
I have been a lifetime platinum elite with Marriott for years and honestly I may start staying at Westins in the future if this property is indicative of other Westins.
Would highly recommend to anyone visiting Dublin.