Brooks Hotel is an independently Irish owned boutique four
star hotel located in the heart of Dublin City Centre, just a 2 minute walk
from Grafton Street and St. Stephen’s Green. It oozes charm and personality
with a warm and welcoming atmosphere. Brooks Hotel is located in what is
becoming the most creative area of the city, with theatres, great restaurants,
an array of bars/pubs and an eclectic mix of interesting boutiques. Within
walking distance of all the major tourist attractions including Trinity
College, Dublin Castle, Gaiety Theatre, Guinness Storehouse and all major the
museums and galleries. Each bedroom in Brooks Hotel is uniquely designed to
high four star standards and features ensuite bathroom, flat screen TV,
complimentary bottled water, exclusive toiletries, self-controlled air
conditioning and a pillow menu to guarantee our guests a perfect night’s
sleep. A complimentary turn down service is offered nightly at Brooks. Guests can dine in the award winning restaurant,
Francesca’s, which serves the best of Irish cuisine by head chef Pat McLarnon
or dine in the stylish Café Lounge.Guests can
enjoy Irish hospitality at the award winning ‘Great Whiskey Bar of the World’
Jasmine Bar, serving over 130 types of whiskey from all over the world. Guests
can experience private whiskey tastings with the hotels knowledgeable staff or
if they prefer can relax in the exclusive resident’s lounge.
Guests can have
a cinema experience in the 26 seater private screening room, relax in the
residents lounge and are welcome to use the fitness centre, which is
available 24 hours per day. With an emphasis on personal service and attention
to detail, the staff at Brooks Hotel can offer assistance with any needs or
local information. There is a 24 hour concierge service available at the hotel.
is a member of Small Luxury Hotels and Original Irish Hotels.
98 bedroomsFree WiFiKing size bedFlat screen TVPower ShowerPersonal SafeFridgeTrouser PressIroning BoardAir ConditioningDeluxe rooms, Executive bedrooms and Suites also feature a DVD player and Roberts Radio ...