InterContinental Dublin

Tucked-away, elegant, luxury

Simmonscourt Road., Dublin


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At a Glance

In Dublin’s off-center South Georgian Quarter, home to most of Dublin's international embassies, InterContinental Dublin is surrounded by leafy parks and some of the city’s best restaurants.

Indagare Loves

  • The Flower Room, the hotel’s on-site flower shop where gorgeous arrangements reign
  • The views of Ireland’s gorgeous natural landscape from the higher floors
  • The massive rooms
  • The generous marble soaking tubs in every room


Sometimes there is a perk to staying on the outskirts of all the action: In Dublin’s South Georgian Quarter, there’s a calming atmosphere that feels a world away from the energetic buzz of Dublin’s more central quarters. And due to the number of international embassies who call this neighborhood home, the area is packed with some of the best restaurants in town. If you do need to get into city center to do some sightseeing, it’s just a five to 10 minute drive away.

Like most luxury hotels in Dublin, you can’t expect modern, high-design interiors at the InterContinental. But what you can expect is thoughtful service for which the brand is known. The spacious rooms are done up with traditional design flourishes like thick floral-printed curtains, patterned carpets, antique-looking wood chests and mood-setting still life artwork. But each room is always presented in an elegant, refined way and complemented with some of the best beds you’ll find in any hotel, and expansive bathrooms with marble tubs. There’s enough space to let all your products loose if the provided L’Occitane toiletries aren’t to your liking.

There are five food and beverage outlets here to satisfy all cravings. And the spa, in addition to providing some of the best treatments in the city, has a great indoor lap pool and offers the only separate men’s and women’s saunas and steam rooms in Dublin.

The hotel has also recently unveiled The Tiny Gift Shop in collaboration with local boutique Makers & Brothers, featuring a curated inventory of Irish-made products with modern, design-driven twists. It’s absolutely worth stopping by before leaving to pick up a souvenir like a gorgeous, plush wool scarf from Donegal.

Who Should Stay

Travelers who prefer a more residential neighborhood will like the easygoing pace of the surrounds. Business travelers will appreciate all of the on-property amenities.

Written by Chadner Navarro

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