Here are some amazing places to enjoy Dún Laoghaire, whether for business or pleasure!
Phone: +353 1 280 1810
Information: Looking for a boutique hotel with stunning views serving exceptional food? Haddington House ticks the box. Overlooking the East Pier in Dun Laoghaire, and formerly known as the Kingston, Haddington House is a new brand brought to you from the team behind the much-loved Italian restaurant Oliveto. They’ve started a five-year journey to refurbish all fifty bedrooms and guest spaces with a clear goal to provide a luxe hotel but in keeping with the character of the building. Think Foxford throws, Nespresso machines, funky art and retro radios with many rooms boasting sea views. The hotel is a 6-minute walk from Dun Laoghaire Train Station (for frequent services to Dublin city centre), 11 minutes from Dun Laoghaire ferry port, and 13.4 km from central Dublin. Other amenities include a garden with picnic tables, and a cosy lobby with a fireplace.
Phone: +353 1 2300030
Parking: Free for all patrons of the hotel
Information: Occupying both a modern building and an ornate 19th-century structure with marble columns and a carved wooden staircase, this grand hotel is a 4-minute walk from Dun Laoghaire train station (providing commuter services to central Dublin) and 5 minutes from Dun Laoghaire Harbour. Posh rooms and suites come with free WiFi, air-conditioning and minifridges. Many have sea views and free-standing tubs. Dining options include an all-day bistro serving classic Irish cuisine, 3 bars and a lounge. Other amenities include a heated indoor pool, gym and sauna, as well as event/conference facilities. There’s also a 9-room spa (fee). Parking is free.