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Hotel Four Seasons Dublin Hotel 5 star
Simmonscourt Road Dublin, Ireland -
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Tucked away in a posh residential area in the south of Dublin, the Four Seasons lives up to the group's famous reputation for luxury. While there is not much to do in the surrounding area, the hotel itself has plenty to fill both guests' days and evenings, whether it be in the restaurant, one of the three bars, or the superb spa and swimming pool. Unless you're in Dublin on business, in which case note that the hotel has no fewer than six meeting rooms.

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      Four Seasons Dublin   -   Alexis Bidegain/Easypresse

    • Hotel Four Seasons Dublin

      Four Seasons Dublin   -   Alexis Bidegain/Easypresse

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    Location 5.5 /10

    The Four Seasons is not the only hotel to be located in this residential area of Dublin, but it should be noted that there isn't much to do in the immediate proximity. You'd best not be in a hurry if you wish to walk to the city centre...or take any form of motorised transport! Note that the hotel provides a free shuttle bus service to the city centre.

    Accommodation 8.95 /10

    The Four Seasons offers guests a wide range of choice, to say the least. There are no fewer than 192 lodgings on offer in eight different categories, from the deluxe room to the presidential suite. While the decoration is elegant, it is not on a par with the communal areas. Moreover, we were surprised by the pale yellow walls in some of the rooms, which clash with the rest of the decor. No complaints in terms of the amenities, other than the lack of tea and coffee-making facilities, which are available on request. The rest does this 5-star hotel proud: a king-size bed, a beautiful minibar, a safe, and a DVD player (a multimedia device in the suites). We love the marble bathrooms with their bathtub and shower, as well as the complimentary Occitane brand toiletries. As for children, they will be delighted with the complimentary products the hotel provides especially for them!

    Overview 8.20 /10

    The Four Seasons hotel took up residence in a huge, typical red brick Irish building in 2001. With no adjoining buildings, the hotel stands alone in the middle of a charming garden with fountains, benches, plants and even some surprising statues. From the moment you enter the hotel, it's clear that the Four Seasons lives up to its famous hotel chain name. Everything is elegant, starting with the doorman, the lobby, the wooden floor and the large rug. It's not in the lobby that you'll want to get comfortable, though, but in the lounge at the far end furnished with sofas, chairs, tables, and of course, the obligatory fireplace. The rest of the hotel's communal areas (lounge, bars, restaurants) were refurbished in 2012 and surround this central area. Be careful not to lose yourself in the corridors! You won't want to explore the rest of the hotel once you find the spa, opened in the same year as the hotel. It has to be said that the swimming pool, Jacuzzi, steam room, and massage cabins are more than tempting.

    Food and drink 9.20 /10

    The catering service is undeniably one of the Four Season's main assets. Here quantity and quality go hand in hand with local and organic products, either la carte or on a set menu that is updated every season. Two courses will cost around ?25 (21). As in most hotels, guests will discover a menu with both local and international dishes, from lamb to chicken curry. Also, as in most hotels, guests can eat in the bars for a more casual meal. There are two possibilities: the 'Reading Room' or the 'Lobby Lounge', where afternoon tea is also served. It's not just about food at the Four Seasons, guests can also relax in the hotel's two bars: The Bar and ICE.

    To know

    Unlike almost all the other hotels in the city, there is no charge for parking at the Four Seasons for guests in most of the rooms. On the other hand, there is a charge for the Wi-Fi connection in the guest rooms, something that is free in almost all the other hotels in Dublin!


    • Car park
    • Handicap access
    • Restaurant
    • Internet access
    • Air conditioning
    • Spa

      massage, beauty salon, sauna, hammam, keep fit, spa, Turkish bath, wellness

    • Swimming pool
    • Sports equipment

      gym, golf, fitness

    • Animals allowed
    • Whirlpool bath
    • Safe
    • Non-smoking rooms
    • Meeting room

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