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The Garden Room is a restaurant with character, comfortable, with a menu designed for sharing tastes and flavours and whimsical combinations, created by executive chef Ed Cooney and his team.
The relaxed atmosphere in the Cellar Bar makes it the perfect place to relax over a drink or two and enjoy the all-day gastro-pub menu...Read more...
The Merrion is proud to be home to Restaurant Patrick Guilbaud, Ireland’s only two-star Michelin restaurant...Read more...
Dublin is the capital city of Ireland, situated on the east coast of the country where the River Liffey flows into the Irish Sea at Dublin Bay.
The city has a rich medieval history dating back to the time of the Vikings, and is known for its elegant Georgian architecture. The Merrion is located in the heart of Georgian Dublin, surrounded by some of the finest buildings, squares and streets of that golden age.
Its manageable size makes Dublin an ideal city to explore on foot – or on two wheels on one of The Merrion’s own bicycles! Read more...
The Merrion is perfectly located in the heart of Dublin's city centre, just a short stroll from Grafton Street. Guests will enjoy complimentary Wifi, use of the 60ft infinity pool and facilities in The Tethra Spa. Prices include all taxes and charges.
Guests at The Merrion are invited to discover our exceptional private art collection by taking a specially developed audio guided tour. Explore 20 of the collection’s finest works throughout the hotel and gardens.
For those who wish to take pleasure in both the sophistication and excitement of Dublin and the beauty of the scenic countryside can now enjoy the ultimate Town & Country Experience from The Merrion and Ashford Castle.
The Merrion Hotel in Dublin and Ashford Castle in Mayo, are teaming up to celebrate the 200th anniversary of Guinness Brewery exporting to the US by offering a package deal for guests to experience both properties and a piece (or pint) of Guinness history.