Conrad Dublin

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Total meeting space929 sq. m
Guest rooms192

Conrad Dublin

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Dublin Hotel


Meet in Luxury

06/19/2019 – 12/31/2019

Luxury Offer at Conrad Dublin

02/01/2019 – 12/31/2019

Complimentary WiFi

05/29/2018 – 12/31/2020

Need dates

  • 11/01/201911/30/2019
  • 01/01/202001/31/2020




2019 TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence: Hall of Fame 2019 Tripadvisor Travellers’ Choice Award 2019 Good Eating Guide Best Hotel Restaurant Overall: The Coburg Brasserie 2018 Travel Weekly Magellan Gold Award – Best Luxury Hotel/Resort 2018 World Travel Awards - Ireland's Leading Luxury Hotel & Ireland's Leading Hotel Suite 2018 TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence: Hall of Fame 2018 AA 5 Star Award 2018 CVent Top Europe 25 2018 National Hospitality Awards - Best Business Hotel 2018 McKenna’s Guide – 100 best places to stay in Ireland 2018 Good Eating Guide Best Hotel Restaurant Overall: The Coburg Brasserie 2017 2 AA Rosette Award for Culinary Excellence: The Coburg Brasserie


Room features and guest services

  • Concierge services
  • Internet access


  • Onsite restaurant

Recreational activities

  • Health club

Photo Gallery


Meeting Space

Total meeting space929 sq. m
Meeting rooms12
Largest room333 sq. m
Second largest room145 sq. m

Guest rooms

Total guest rooms192
Double (2 beds)31
Tax rate9%




Local Attractions

National Concert Hall

2 minutes away
In 1981 the long-standing dream of many Irish music lovers was realised when President Hillery opened the National Concert Hall on Earlsfort Terrace, Dublin 2 on the 9 September. In 2006 The National Concert Hall marked its 25th anniversary with a programme of concerts and events including two outdoor Summer Proms concerts which took in the Iveagh Gardens. Ireland's Finest was televised and broadcast to over 250,000 viewers on RTE Television, December 2006.
Earlsfort Terrace
Dublin 2, IE

Christ Church Cathedral

Historical landmark
20 minutes away
Standing on high ground in the oldest part of the city, this cathedral is one of Dublin's finest historic buildings. It dates back to 1038 when Sitric, the then Danish king of Dublin, built the first wood here. In 1171 the original simple foundation was extended into a cruciform and rebuilt in stone by Strongbow, although the present structure dates mainly from 1871 to 1878 when a huge restoration was undertaken. Only the transepts, the crypt, and a few other portions date from the medieval times. Highlights of the interior include magnificent stonework and graceful pointed arches, with delicately chiselled supporting columns. Strongbow himself is among the historic figures buried in the church, as is archbishop Browne, the first Protestant to occupy the church, during the reign of the English King Henry 8th. It is the mother church for the Diocese of Dublin and Glendalough of the Church of Ireland.
Christ Church Cathedral
Christchurch Place
Dublin, IE 8

St Stephen's Green

4 minutes away
St Stephen's Green is a city centre public park in Dublin. The park is adjacent to one of Dublin's main shopping streets, Grafton Street. Often informally called Stephen's Green. At 22 acres (89,000 m2), it is the largest of the parks in Dublin's main Georgian squares. Others include nearby Merrion Square and Fitzwilliam Square.
St Stephens Green
Co Dublin City, IE Dublin 2

Jameson Distillery

Historical landmark
25 minutes away
They’re not called ‘the good old days’ for nothing, as you’ll discover when you this experience back through the mists of time and watch the remarkable story of Jameson Irish Whiskey unfold before your very eyes. Located in Smithfield Dublin and open 7 days a week, a visit to one of Ireland's top international visitor attractions is an unforgettable experience. Take a tour, taste some of Irelands’ finest Irish whiskey, enjoy a delicious lunch in our Restaurant, or pick up an exclusive Jameson gift, an experience for everyone is waiting!
The Old Jameson Distillery
7 Bow Street
Dublin, IE Dublin 7

Trinity College Dublin

12 minutes away
: Trinity College builds on its four-hundred-year-old tradition of scholarship to confirm its position as one of the great universities of the world, providing a liberal environment where independence of thought is highly valued and where staff and students are nurtured as individuals and are encouraged to achieve their full potential. The book of Kell’s is the most recognized and most remarkable artifact of medieval Celtic art located in Trinity College Library. It features page after page of lavish, colourful lettering, illumination, decoration and illustration. To a large extent, the great reputation which Celtic art and design have today is based on the exceptional quality of the images found in the Book of Kells.
Trinity College Dublin
2 College Green
Dublin, IE 2

The Guinness Storehouse

Historical landmark
30 minutes away
Come and explore Ireland's number one visitor attraction, providing an unforgettable welcome and a magical journey deep into the heart of the world famous GUINNESS® brand and company. This historical building is central to Dublin's and Ireland's heritage, and has been continually updated to create a blend of fascinating industrial tradition with a contemporary edge. The seven floors bring to life the rich heritage of GUINNESS®, telling the story from its origins here at St. James's Gate in Dublin to its growth as a global brand, known all around the world. Your experience starts by standing at the bottom of the world's largest pint glass, which rises up through the centre of the seven storey building. If full, the giant pint glass atrium would hold 14.3 million pints of GUINNESS. At the end of your journey, as you arrive back at the ground floor, you will also see the GUINNESS® Store across the Atrium. Here you will find an emporium of treats, GUINNESS® casual wear and memorabilia.
The Guinness Storehouse
James's Street , James's Gate
Dublin, IE 3

Dublin Castle

Historical landmark
15 minutes away
: Built between 1208 and 1220, this complex represents some of the oldest surviving architecture in the city, and was the centre of English power in Ireland for over seven centuries until it was taken of by the Irish Free State in 1922. Highlights include the 13th-century record tower, the largest visible fragment of the original Norman castle and the State Apartments, once the residence of English viceroys and now the focal point for government ceremonial functions, including the inauguration of Ireland's presidents. The newest developments for visitors are the Undercroft, and excavates site on the grounds where an early Viking fortress stood, and the treasury, built between 1712 and 1715, believed to be the oldest surviving purpose-built office building in Ireland. It houses a new visitor centre in its vaulted basement.
Dublin Castle
2 Palace Street
Dublin, IE Dublin 2

Irish Museum of Modern Art

35 minutes away
The Irish Museum of Modern Art is Ireland's leading national institution for the collection and presentation of modern and contemporary art. The Museum presents a wide variety of art and artists' ideas in a dynamic programme of exhibitions, which regularly includes bodies of work from the Museum's own Collection, its award-winning Education and Community Department and the Studio and National programmes. The work of younger artists to create a debate about the nature and function of art and its relationship with the public. The Museum is housed in the magnificently restored Royal Hospital building and grounds, which include a formal garden, meadow and medieval burial grounds as well as other historical buildings.
Military Road
Dublin, IE

Distance from airport

  • 14.48 km from venue

Getting Here

From Dublin Airport, take the M1/N1 to the City Centre. Follow signs to St. Stephen's Green. We are located off St. Stephen's Green opposite the National Concert Hall.

Affiliated Organizations


The recently fully refurbished five-star CONRAD Dublin is where you will find that our unique service culture ensures your event here is the very best from start to finish. This contemporary hotel is perfectly located in the heart of Dublin city centre and overlooks the elegant period façade of the National Concert Hall. Situated off St. Stephens Green, the Conrad Dublin is a short walk from many multi-national businesses as well as the main shopping district of Grafton Street. For first time Ireland visitors interested in cultural activities, the Conrad Dublin is in a great location to visit Trinity College Dublin, The National Art Gallery, The National Museum and stroll around Georgian Dublin at leisure. Guests visiting the Conrad Dublin will experience unsurpassed hospitality combined with a unique local charm of this friendly city.

Cancellation Policy

We will be happy to provide our cancellation policy on request – please contact our sales team.

Additional Information

The Conrad Dublin offers 10 flexible conference rooms all decorated to the highest standard. Amongst the 10 conference rooms the Conrad Dublin presents 2 Executive Boardrooms offering privacy and comfort for discreet meetings. In addition, the Ballroom offers a wide choice of meeting styles from theatre for up to 350 delegates to classroom style for up to 180 delegates. The Ballroom comes complete with in-built screens, adaptable lighting, and supply the latest audio-visual and technical facilities. Additional Conference & Event Information: Highly trained and enthusiastic in house meeting planners available to assist with your event needs and requirements. Fully serviced business centre with secretarial services, PC access, printer, internet access and photocopying Wireless internet access in all meeting rooms and public areas.