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I purchased a night in the hotel as a gift for my wife and sister in law. Upon checking out the receptionist discussed the price of the bill and deposit reimbursement to my wife and sister in law, very embarrassing for me as i do not like my private business being discussed with the recipient of ...
In Ireland for the first time, staying one night, wanted the best and got it at The Marker. Even after I had left, I was checking a map, the porter came over and guided me and asked if I wanted a bottle of water for my walk. He didn't have to, but he did. Lovely consideration.
The Hotel oozes opulence & the staff are charming. Will choose this hotel next visit.
We had a wonderful weekend away for my mums birthday. The westin is a lovely hotel, the staff are amazing and the facilities perfect! Location is ideal as you can walk everything within minutes. Will certainly return and highly l, highly recommend
We love this modern hotel with large rooms, comfy beds, tea and coffee maker, and in room music system. It’s near Grafton Street and St. Stephen’s Green and has a car park. The breakfast is excellent and the bar is quite nice. Fireplace in lobby and a “library” for small groups to gather for drinks. ...
We stayed at The Merrion for 3 nights midweek and were very impressed, by everything; the room, pool/spa, lounge, and breakfasts were all excellent, and the service from all staff was probably the friendliest/most consistently professional we’ve ever experienced. Location is very central, also just ...
The Dylan is a 20 - 25 minute walk from city center but in a nice, quiet neighborhood. It’s a little quirky but clean and nice with a great staff and good tavern in the hotel. The only criticism I have is the bathroom was a little cramped and the shower design was too cute. Also, the offsite gym, ...
hotel staff were very pleasant and helpful, hotel was clean, facilities were excellent, rooms were great, lovely walk around the grounds, food was delicious--could not have been better
If it is a dash of luxury you are after then County Wicklow places it within easy reach. Just take a short drive from Dublin airport and you’ll arrive in the stunning countryside, rolling hills and romantic peaks of the garden of Ireland, as County Wicklow is known. Here there is a fine selection of hotels where you can really get away from it all but still have all mod cons at your beck and call.
The five star hotels in County Wicklow offer sumptuous scenery and faultless service: they are ideal for the discerning traveller who wants to enjoy a break that will linger in the memory for a long time after. Whether it is a romantic break, a wedding or an indulgent golfing holiday that you are booking, County Wicklow offers the perfect location to spoil yourself silly.
There is a choice of grand stately homes that have been tastefully remodelled or modern five star hotels that have been impeccably designed for your staying pleasure. The tranquil, landscaped grounds provide all the privacy that you need but the joys of the countryside, coast, restaurants and cultural attractions are never too far away.
If practicing your swing is your thing you will find five star hotels with their own golf course where you can work on that handicap without having to leave the comfort of your relaxing accommodation.
If a perfect pamper is more your style then you can find full-service spas where you can really forget about those stresses and strains.
Indoor pools, health clubs and gyms, free WiFi, impeccably stocked bars and inviting lounges and rooms with views to die for are all frequently on offer.
You may want to make use of the gym or pool, or maybe take a hike along the crest of the mountains in County Wicklow, to work off some of the fine dining that is available at your hotel.
Indeed walking is just one of the delights that will be on your doorstep. The county offers breathtaking views along its charming coast, the undulating landscapes of the unspoilt rural areas of the south and rugged, wild mountains that beckon enticingly to anyone who loves a challenge. You will find Ireland’s most popular walking trail here, and it can take you all the way from Dublin's suburbs through to the rolling fields of County Carlow. The Wicklow Way meanders past historical bog roads, nature trails, monastic ruins, manicured gardens and some stunning stately homes.
If this all sounds too strenuous there is plenty more to explore near your hotel: a walk along the coast, a visit to an 18th century mansion or simply the chance to admire the natural beauty of the loughs that adorn the valleys.
The perfect choice for honeymooners, incurable romantics, golf fanatics or anyone seeking to get away from it all and treat themselves, County Wicklow’s five star hotels combine discretion with more than a touch of luxury. Go on: spoil yourself!