The Cliff House is a luxury Georgian hotel situated on St Stephen’s Green, a quiet haven in the heart of Dublin’s finest shopping precinct. Its classic ambience and boutique style offers comfortable bedrooms that are beautifully designed with thoughtful attention to each detail. As you relax in your room, admire the views over St Stephen’s Green, only a stone’s throw from the historic centre of Dublin. In fact, just to the side of this charming hotel is the National Art Gallery and Trinity College Dublin, so if you are a culture lover, this hotel is ideal for you. You will not be disappointed by the quality of the food offered here: each meal is meticulously prepared with the best ingredients to create a traditionally Irish meal with a modern twist. Together with excellent service and a great atmosphere, your dinner will be an unforgettable treat.
These comfortable Dublin hotel rooms near St Stephen’s Green have high ceilings and authentic sash-windows that let the light flood in across the cityscape. Room amenities include Super king-size beds (available as twins) or queen-size beds, Built-in glass-fronted wardrobes/hanging space, complimentary Wi-Fi, Complimentary Irish Ballygowan bottled water, Bose radio and CD player and Flat screen TV with multi television channels.
The Parkview Rooms offer a relaxed Dublin townhouse hotel style. All are park facing, with double sash-windows that let the Irish light flood in and afford leafy views across St Stephen’s Green. Room amenities include Super king-size beds (available as twins) or queen-size beds, Built-in glass-fronted wardrobes/hanging space, complimentary Wi-Fi, Complimentary Irish Ballygowan bottled water, Bose radio and CD player and Flat screen TV with multi television channels.
One of the top, most stylish and talked about restaurants in Dublin on St Stephens Green, both the exquisite food and opulent atmosphere are beyond compare. Traditional dishes have been given a modern twist with lighter preparation and presentation reflecting the diversity of the modern Irish dining landscape. An expertly crafted menu using locally sourced, seasonal ingredients. The restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner 7 days a week,
Just calling in for a quick bite to eat or for a plate of Oysters with a nice glass of white wine or a pint of Guinness then why not sit at the elegant Oyster Bar. Oysters have been eternally hailed as a precious gourmet delight by food lovers throughout the centuries, beginning with the Roman emperors who paid for them by their weight in gold. The Greeks served them with wine and the Romans were so enthusiastic about these marvellous molluscs that they sent thousands of slaves to the shores of the English Channel to gather them.