Inspired by its location at the heart of a UNESCO City of Literature, The Westin Dublin has chosen an appropriate theme for a selection of its newly-refreshed guest rooms
In celebration of the city and country’s rich literary tradition, nine of the hotel’s refurbished rooms have been named after Irish writers, including Bram Stoker, Jonathan Swift and Patrick Kavanagh.
These nine Writers’ Rooms boast a little extra ‘character’, with a different feature in each room – a balcony, a quirky layout or an interesting view – setting it apart. Named after poets and playwrights, satirists and scribes, these newly refurbished Writers’
Rooms are now known as the Patrick Kavanagh, the Bram Stoker, the Flann O'Brien, the John Millington Synge, the Sean O'Casey, the Dion Boucicault, the Jonathan Swift, the Edmund Burke and the Maria Edgeworth.
The Westin Dublin’s 163 luxury guest rooms now feature two different styles of décor, allowing guests to enjoy either a Traditional or a Contemporary feel.
Traditional rooms are classically elegant featuring mahogany furniture and shades of cream, gold and deep red. The hotel’s Contemporary rooms have recently been entirely refurbished.
These guest rooms are stylish and fresh, featuring deep-buttoned chocolate leather and delicate shades of cream, silvery green, beige and champagne, to create a calm yet luxurious atmosphere.
Each refurbished room features a Mediahub, allowing guests to stream both audio and video from their laptop, iPad or smartphone to the bedroom television, whilst new bathrooms boast frameless shower screens creating a greater sense of space.
In addition to the nine Writers’ Rooms, four of The Westin Dublin’s most luxurious suites – known collectively as the Library Suites – already bear the names of illustrious writers George Bernard Shaw, Samuel Beckett, W.B. Yeats and Oscar Wilde.
For more info or to make a reservation contact The Westin Dublin, College Green, Westmoreland Street, Dublin 2 Phone: +353 (0) 1 645 1000 www.thewestindublin.com