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InterContinental Hotels DUBLIN

Simmonscourt Road,Ballsbridge
Dublin 4
Nightly Rates: (USD$276.56 - USD$460.95)
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Hotel Description:

InterContinental Dublin Hotel welcomes you to its elegant urban resort, nestled on two acres in the exclusive neighbourhood of Ballsbridge. The city centre is only a short stroll away. The 197 luxurious Rooms and Suites afford views of the city skyline, coast and mountains. Indulge in Irish cuisine, cocktails or take a tour of some of Irelands famous whiskeys with our expert sommelier. More relaxation awaits in The Spa, sauna and heated pool and in the genuine Irish hospitality of our staff.

Check In:  3:00 PM
Check Out:  12:00 PM

Native currency:  Euro
Number of floors:  4
Number of rooms:  197
Number of suites:  58


Seasons Restaurant: Seasons restaurant is one of Dublin's most loved dining spots and is open for breakfast, dinner and Sunday lunch. The menu celebrates contemporary Irish cuisine with the freshest in season, locally produced meats and produce by our team of culinary expert
The Reading Room: An exclusive setting for Afternoon Tea, The Reading Room is a delightful dining room with its warm atmosphere, filled with Irish art and overlooking the private, garden courtyard. Served to perfection daily, Classic or Gin Afternoon Tea is not to be misse
The Lobby Lounge: The central position and effortless style of The Lobby Lounge make it the perfect venue for afternoon tea or casual dining, throughout the day. Combining 5-star elegance with comfortable, relaxed atmosphere; sink into the deep sofas, snuggle up in the amp


Fitness center on-site
Indoor pool
Childrens's program - InterContinental Dublin offer a series of activities for children year round, including arts and crafts, group games, and cookie decorating. These activities generally take place over Easter, The Dublin Horse Show, Halloween, and Christmas.

Room Info:

Turn down service, Cribs, Cups/glassware, Silverware/utensils
Coffee/Tea maker
Coffee/Tea maker, Full kitchen, Kitchenette, Microwave, Cups/glassware, Pots and pans, Sofa bed
standard room: TV
intercontinental deluxe room: TV
king contemporary: TV
king deluxe view: TV
king executive: TV
two queen: TV
2 bed executive: TV
executive suite: TV
king junior suite: TV
suite view: TV

Meeting Facilities:

Shrewsbury Room: The Shrewsbury Room measures over 6,000 sq feet/ 540 sq metres featuring its own private pre-function area that s flexible for networking or exhibits. The Shrewsbury Room is our largest ballroom with a residential feel, high ceilings and natural light.
Shrewsbury A:
Shrewsbury B:
Ailesbury Room: The beautiful Ailesbury Room is a spectacular setting for conferences and events. It is fully equipped to accommodate any state-of-the-art audio-visual needs and can be divided into two sections for smaller functions. The room boasts 2497 sq feet/ 234 sq.
Hibernia I: Our Hibernia Suite I is ideal for meetings, events and private dining boasting over 786 sq feet/ 73 sq metres. Beautifully decorated room that lead onto a beautifully landscaped courtyard, making them ideal for smaller events and private meetings.
Hibernia II: Our Hibernia Suite II is ideal for meetings, events and private dining boasting over 926 sq feet/ 86 sq metres. Beautifully decorated room that lead onto a beautifully landscaped courtyard, making them ideal for smaller events and private meetings.
Hibernia III: Our Hibernia Suite III is ideal for meetings, events and private dining boasting over 517 sq feet/ 48 sq metres. Beautifully decorated room that lead onto a beautifully landscaped courtyard, making them ideal for smaller events and private meetings.
Boardroom: The Boardroom is discretely tucked away in our dedicated conferencing wing, ideal for small meeting venues in Dublin.

Hotel Amenities:

(additional fees may apply to certain amenities)

  • ATM/Cash machine
  • Bathrobe
  • Car rental desk
  • Concierge desk
  • DVD player
  • Electrical adaptors available
  • Hairdryer
  • Indoor pool
  • Live entertainment
  • Minibar
  • Pay per view movies on TV
  • Restaurant
  • Safe deposit box
  • Shops and commercial services
  • Tennis court
  • Video games
  • Accessible facilities
  • Beauty shop/salon
  • Cocktail lounge
  • Connecting rooms
  • Desk with lamp
  • Free newspaper
  • High speed internet access for laptop in public areas
  • Interior corridors
  • Lounges/bars
  • Non-smoking
  • Premium movie channels
  • Rollaway bed
  • Satellite television
  • Spare electrical outlet available at desk
  • Two-line phone
  • Voice mail
  • Air conditioning individually controlled in room
  • Bell staff/porter
  • Color television
  • Converters/ Voltage adaptors
  • Direct dial telephone
  • Golf
  • High speed internet connection
  • Ironing board
  • Meeting rooms
  • On-Site parking
  • Private bathroom
  • Room service
  • Separate closet
  • Storage space
  • Valet parking
  • Wireless internet connection
  • Baby sitting
  • CD player
  • Complimentary newspaper in lobby
  • Currency exchange
  • Dry cleaning
  • Grocery shopping service available
  • Housekeeping - daily
  • Late check-out available
  • Mini-refrigerator
  • Parking
  • Public area air conditioned
  • Safe
  • Shoe shine stand
  • Technical concierge
  • Valet same day dry cleaning
  • Wireless internet connection in public areas

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Henry StreetThe second principal shopping street in Dublin s city centre; lined with department stores and malls. Local traders often display their individual wares down the centre of Henry Street.

PowersCourt Town HouseBuilt in 1774 as the city residence of Viscount Powerscourt this beautiful building now houses one of Dublin s most unique and attractive shopping centres. The shops are arranged on three levels all of which overlook a central covered courtyard.

George's ArcadeThe George's Street Arcade houses an eclectic mix of stalls and shops under one roof. This can be a treasure trove for the casual visitor.

Dundrum Shopping CentreOpen late most nights Dundrum Centre is a collection of restaurants, cinema, theatre and shopping outlets.

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Sandymount Dart Station

Sandymount Dart Station


Dublin International Airport

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Old Portmarnock Golf ClubPortmarnock Golf Club is a 27 hole Championship links course with full-service clubhouse situated on the County Dublin coast.

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