The Shelbourne is a beautiful and historical property in the center of Dublin with a vast selection of rooms and suites. Founded in 1824, The Shelbourne reflects the nostalgia of the past and many of the rooms and suites are named in honor of former guests.

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This elegant property is a landmark in Dublin. The Shelbourne has played a significant role in the literary, social, political, culinary, and artistic traditions of Irish society. Among them, the drafting of the 1922 Irish constitution took place here. The Constitution Suite immortalizes the event and one of the two original copies is kept at the hotel.

Rooms are a contemporary take on the luxury of the past. Look out to St. Stephen’s Green, the city’s grandest square, from the Heritage Park View rooms. Each space has a timeless feeling that enhances your pampered comfort. Suites like the are opulent, with fluffy pillows, crisp white linens, and ample space to get ready in the marble en-suite bath. These special abodes are named after famous figures like Princess Grace, John F. Kennedy, and Michael Collins.

Dine in one of the many restaurants for a truly Irish experience. The Saddle Room offers steak and seafood with a lavish oyster bar in a setting of leather banquettes and dark oak walls. The Sunday Jazz Brunch serves pancakes and eggs along with live music. Select a drink from the Gin book collection at the Horseshoe Bar, a space with rich red walls, touted as one of Dublin’s finest bars.

Sip on some tea while listening to performances in the Lord Mayor’s Lounge where a cuppa is served during the much-loved tradition of afternoon tea. While you sip, snack on dainty finger sandwiches and homemade buttermilk scones with clotted cream and jams. Admire the glistening chandeliers, sumptuous drapery, and damask patterned wall covering in this classic lounge.

A visit to the salon is a trip into glamour and elegance. A complete menu is on hand for ultimate pampering including manicures, pedicures, facials, and haircuts. Drift away in the blissful surroundings of the spa, where highly trained therapists offer massages and milk baths.

Guests can look through an old guest book, hotel menus, and letters from former guests at the Shelbourne Museum, located near the ornate gold and white columned reception area. Nearby, guests can walk to Trinity College, the oldest in Ireland established in 1592. The National Gallery and Grafton Street Shopping are all also a stone’s throw away from your stay at the Shelbourne.

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