My wife and I stayed three nights at The Merrion during our tour of Ireland at the end of July, 2011. Our room was immaculate and very comfortable, the customer service was phenomenal, and The Cellar Restaurant was excellent. We were a little taken aback by how fancy The Merrion is. There is a dress code that is only articulated in the guest information book in the room (no one said anything to us when we booked the room or on the website). We ate at The Cellar Restaurant two of the three nights and both meals were very good. I would also highly recommend The Cellar Bar, which is different than the restaurant; the atmosphere is quite nice. Everyone at The Merrion was very attentive, kind, and eager to please. If we are every back in Dublin, then we would absolutely stay a The Merrion again.
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- The Merrion, created from four Georgian townhouses, is located in the city centre opposite government buildings. Many of the 142 bedrooms and suites overlook period landscaped gardens. Guests can dine in the 2-star Michelin restaurant Patrick Guilbaud or The Cellar Restaurant and Bar. The intimate No 23 cocktail bar waits as does the Tethra Spa which boasts an 18m pool, steam room, fully equipped gymnasium and two private treatment rooms. The Merrion offers six private dining and meeting rooms. ... more less
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