Wingate Hibernian Hotel Dublin
The Wingate Hibernian Hotel, Dublin, Ireland has a 4 star rating. The Hotel is a magnificent townhouse located at the end of Baggot Street. With a justified reputation for first class service, it is a relaxing haven and is perfect base for a city break.
Wingate Hibernian Hotel features 40 luxurious en-suite bedrooms each tastefully decorated and featuring original paintings. The Wingate Wingate Hibernian Hotel also features a sumptuously furnished library, sun lounge and drawing room complete with many luxurious and comfortable sofas and chairs all arranged around welcoming fireplaces.
Guests can dine in the award winning Patrick Kavanagh Room in the Wingate Hibernian Hotel and sample some of the country's finest gourmet cuisine that uses only the best Irish produce. Drinks, morning coffees and afternoon tea are served in the library and drawing room. In Dublin itself there are a myriad of fine restaurants and cafes offering food from around the world.
The Wingate Hibernian Hotel is located in a quiet residential street off one of Dublin's main thoroughfares. Stephens Green shopping centre and Grafton St. is only 15 minutes walk from the hotel. You are also close to the prestigious Ballsbridge district of the city where you will find many international embassies as well as Lansdowne Road stadium - home to the Irish rugby and football teams.
Driving directions to the Wingate Hibernian Hotel from Dublin Airport: On leaving the airport follow the signs to the city center, arriving at Stephens Green. From here drive to Baggot Street Lower, onto Baggot Street Bridge and then to Baggot Street Upper. Take the second left onto East Moreland Place. The hotel is situated here.
Dublin has plenty to offer visitors with its beautiful parks, history-rich suburbs and the best in Georgian architecture. It is also a city rich in culture with many theatres, concert halls, galleries and museums to explore. Of course, no visit to Dublin would be complete without a visit to one of the many fine, traditional pubs to sample the true atmosphere of real Ireland and perhaps take in the sounds of a traditional musical session. The city also boasts some of the best shopping in Europe.