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Built on an inspiration to create an experience beyond the commonplace
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Unique experiences rooted in the hotel's personality
Connected to its surroundings, this hotel is woven into the fabric of its locale
A new chapter in a rich history of stories
For almost 200 years, The Shelbourne hotel has established itself as the gathering place for the great cultural and political figures of each era. Welcoming every guest with its signature brand of Irish charm.
On the edge of St. Stephen’s Green, in the heart of Dublin, The Shelbourne is steeped in rich history. With previous patrons including author William Thackeray and poet Seamus Heaney, there are nearly two centuries of stories within its walls. Particularly in Room 112, where the Constitution of the Irish Free State was crafted in what is now renamed The Constitution Suite.
The hotel’s original winding staircase is juxtaposed with Irish Connemara Marble flooring and illuminated by a stunning stained-glass window. Giving the overall effect of history refreshed. The Shelbourne’s Genealogy Butler is also on hand to assist guests who wish to chart their own ancestry. For those who prefer to admire the hotel’s illustrious history, you’ll find several unique alcoves in which to savour a cocktail and warm conversation. Including the iconic The Saddle Room restaurant and new addition, 1824 Bar; one of the many secrets this hotel is waiting to share with you.
27 St Stephen's Green, Dublin, Dublin City, Ireland