The hotel's 163 rooms overlook Trinity College and are divided into 65 'Classic' rooms and 6 suites (each named after an Irish writer), with the other rooms falling into the 'Deluxe' category. The decor is just about as classic as you can get. Thanks to the triple glazing the rooms are very quiet, unless you want to open your window; in this case you would be better off asking for a courtyard room than one overlooking the noisy street. The rooms are all painted cream and are all decorated with two Kells photos, dark wood furniture and a very comfortable armchair. The comfortable, cosy beds found in Westin hotels are always a real pleasure and even the cotton sheets are given special attention, with different ones provided depending on the time of year. All the rooms have a widescreen plasma television on the wall, individual air-conditioning and heating, an electronic safe, tea and coffee-making facilities, a telephone, Internet connection, a minibar, an iron and an ironing board. As for the attractive marble bathrooms, they contain a bathtub, a rectangular washbasin, a separate shower, a large mirror, a magnifying mirror, Westin hospitality products, a hair-dryer, bathrobes and slippers, etc. There is also 24-hour room service and a concierge service.
Some 30 rooms overlook a courtyard. The 'College' suite would be the presidential suite in any other hotel. It is a split-level suite with a very high ceiling and its upper level boasts the desk that once belonged to the bank manager. His magnifying glass is also there! This suite is in the oldest part of the hotel, which was previously the bank; enormous heavy curtains frame the 20 ft-high windows and a fake bookcase conceals a door in the wall. The two superb mirrors around the bed are topped by cameos and there is an amazing 'Waterford' crystal chandelier in the vast lounge area. There is also a dining room, and the balcony overlooking Trinity College has great views of the festivities on Saint Patrick's day. A second straight (Georgian) staircase takes you up to the hotel's little private gym. The bathroom is another beautiful and comfortable space decorated with original Georgian features, and it even has a hammam to be enjoyed by guests lucky enough to stay in this suite.