Dublin’s newest hotel, the four star Iveagh Garden Hotel, has opened today on Harcourt Street. With 152 bedrooms, the luxury hotel is designed for the professional sector and is located in a prime location.
Their rooms range from deluxe bedrooms to premium suites with balconies overlooking the historic Iveagh Gardens.
Elle’s, a spacious ground floor bar and bistro provides a stylish social space for guests and local executives to relax in. Serving a concise seasonal menu designed by head chef Darren O’Brien, dishes feature the highest quality local Irish produce.
Downstairs At The Iveagh is a versatile function room that accommodates up to 300 standing, ideal for corporate events, weddings and social occasions.
Located at 72-74 Harcourt Street, the existing four storey buildings have been completely renovated with two new floors added. The Georgian facade has been carefully restored and the interior features a blend of modern styling with original features.
Inside, the foyer boasts elegant heights with the original tall Georgian windows facing onto Harcourt Street, with coffered ceilings featuring modern chandeliers and large patterned, vibrant porcelain tiles.
The reception area is elegantly designed with black marble highlighted with brass framing and contrasted with luxurious velvet sofas and couches inspired from mid-century style.
An oasis of calm in the heart of the capital, Iveagh Garden Hotel is the first and only hotel in Europe to develop a unique low energy system that creates the lowest carbon footprint possible.
The revolutionary system uses natural energy that is harvested on site, with an underground river that flows 50 metres below the hotel acting as an energy reserve for cooling and heating the hotel without burning fuel.
The Iveagh Garden Hotel is the latest addition to seasoned hoteliers Brian and Sally McGill’s portfolio, which includes neighbouring Harcourt Hotel and Harrington Hall. For more information and to book your stay, visit iveaghgardenhotel.ie.