About the Hotel
Set in the heart of Georgian Dublin, we are just a short stroll from the Aviva(Lansdowne Road stadium), the RDS and Dublin city's main shopping and business district.
Dublin is fast becoming one of Europe's favorite capital cities to visit - that blend of old and new that is apparent everywhere, the youthful vibrant population, the broad range of sights and services on offer and of course the friendliness of the locals, are all part of the appeal of Dublin.
The Lansdowne Hotel is a small and friendly family owned Hotel with 40 en-suite bedrooms including two suites and two executive rooms. All rooms are tastefully designed, bright and spacious with warm furnishings to help insure our guests have a relaxing and restful nights sleep. All rooms are equipped with hairdryers, cable TV, free wi-fi, direct dial telephone, tea/coffee making facilities, writing desk, table and chairs. Irons and ironing boards are available on request.
Our guests can choose from a variety of rooms. Double bedded rooms, single rooms, double and single bedded which are inter-connecting, and twin rooms.
Celtic mouldings and fine tapestries from the Book of Kells adorn the walls. The imaginative use of specially designed lighting creates the perfect atmosphere.
Druids Restaurant serves breakfast each morning Monday to Friday 7.30am to 10am.
Saturday/Sunday 8am- 10.30am.
Also available for Private Parties and Meetings.
The Den Bar
Downstairs at the Lansdowne Hotel Dublin you will find one of Dublin's finest drinking emporiums "The Den Bar". Relax and enjoy a drink of your choice or choose from our bar food menu while savouring the atmosphere of this exciting meeting place - popular with business people and tourists alike. 'The Den' features a unique collection of sports memorabilia of interest to sport enthusiasts particularly the rugby fraternity. We are proud to present the biggest rugby tie collection in the world. The Den Bar serves carvery lunch daily and for the late weekend risers we have brunch on Saturday's and Sunday's.
Or perhaps you would like to venture further afield, drink with literary greats in The 51 Pub on Haddington Road, taste the finest Guinness in Dublin at James Toners on Baggot Street or relax and unwind in the spacious Waterloo Pub on Baggot Street. The Lansdowne Hotel Dublin is surrounded by fine taverns and good ale.