The Westbury Hotel, is welcoming guests back to newly designed guest rooms and suites on the fifth floor. As one of Dublin’s most stylish five-star oases, it is a step from Grafton Street, yet a luxurious escape from the hustle and bustle of city life.
Designed by architect Denis Looby and reflecting the vision of the Doyle Collection’s chairman Bernie Gallagher, the look for the new rooms and suites is ‘Grande Hotel’ Art Deco. The use of marble, burr walnut and maple, polished brass and facetted mirror creates a timeless opulence.
The two suites will feature outstanding contemporary art from the Doyle family’s personal collection, including works by Irish artists Donald Teskey, Colin Middleton and Aidan Bradley.
Best of Irish and International Design
The rooms will showcase the best of Irish and international workmanship and design. There will be custom woven carpets, Lissadell Ireland linens, George Smith armchairs, B&B Italia sofas and Decca headboards. It will be an eclectic mix of antique and contemporary furniture.
The two Terrace Suites will be popular with those seeking a view of the city. On the fifth floor the spacious suites with outdoor terraces will allow for breakfast or cocktails in comfort and privacy. Each suite is individually designed and will provide for luxury apartment living combined with the five-star hotel amenities. They will be Ideal for those staying for more than a day or two.
Bernie Gallagher, Chairman of The Doyle Collection, and daughter of renowned hotelier P. V. Doyle commented: “The new guest rooms and suites at The Westbury are designed to meet the practical needs of the modern traveller and to address that desire for escapism that we all crave when we take a trip – whether for work, a night away or an extended holiday.
I am constantly on the lookout for what is new and innovative and what I believe will stand the test of time. The light and elegant design touches throughout these spaces and the meticulous attention to detail deliver comfort and create a sense of calm. The overall effect is relaxing, romantic and chic, making for a truly memorable guest experience.”
The Gallery, in The Westbury, a popular meeting spot for drinks and afternoon tea, and will reopen to non-guests from July 5th.