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The Conrad Concierge App

Discover personal luxury at your fingertips before and during your stay with the Conrad #Concierge App
The Conrad Concierge #app gives you the freedom to customize the details of your stay before and during your visit. 

To download Conrad Concierge from the App Store or Google Play visit
www.conradhotels.com/conradconcierge 
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Alfie Byrne's by Galway Bay Brewery

Alfie Byrne's by Galway Bay Brewery is an exciting addition to our great food and beverage offerings at the hotel. We have up to 21 craft #beers on draught, all made within the USA and Ireland and produced on a small scale to ensure authenticity, along with more than 30 USA and Irish #whiskeys. We also have our own unique brew of draught beer available only at our #restaurant.

Opening Hours:
Monday - Thursday: 12:00 - 23:30
Friday and Saturday: 12:00 - 00:30
Sunday: Closed
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Explore the Luxury of Staying In
Stay two or more nights in a premium room and unwind with a complimentary bottle of champagne.

Book by 31 Dec 2014 at:
http://www.placeshilton.com/conrad-dublin
Stay between 01 Dec 2013 and 31 Dec 2014

Book the Luxury of Staying In offer at over 20 Conrad #Hotels & Resorts around the world, including New York, Hong Kong, Singapore, #Bali#Algarve and #Maldives.
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Save up to 33% with the Any Weekend Anywhere Sale
Stay from only £59 per night with the Any Weekend Anywhere Sale
 
Choose from over 300 hotels across Europe, Middle East and Africa
Book by 31st January 2014

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Dublin Weekender with Guinness Storehouse tickets

Book by 31 Dec 2013
Stay starting 04 Nov 2013

Cosmopolitan, culture-rich Dublin offers a blend of world-famous attractions, stellar historical sights plus a myriad of bars and restaurants alive with the sound of traditional music. Experience the finest Irish hospitality with this two-night weekend break at the Conrad Dublin hotel. Start the day with a delicious breakfast, before exploring the city. After a day of soaking up Dublin's unique culture, enjoy a tour of the iconic Guinness Storehouse.

It's the perfect way to see beautiful Dublin - book now!

What's Included:

Two-night weekend stay for two adults
Breakfast on both days
Complimentary room upgrade - subject to availability
Two adult tickets to the Guinness storehouse
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Our Gift to you! 
4 DAY FESTIVE FLASH SALE 
The clock is ticking! 
Hurry, Sale Ends 14th November!

Rooms from £59!

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Tempura Asparagus with Creme Brulee & Parmeson Crisp.

Private #dining at Conrad Dublin!
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The Conrad Spa Experience

Get the relaxation and rejuvenation you are longing for with the Conrad #Spa Experience.

Stay two or more nights in a premium room at any of the over 20 Conrad #Hotels & #Resorts worldwide and enjoy a complimentary 50 minute massage during your stay.

Book by 31 Dec 2014 at:
http://www.placeshilton.com/conrad-dublin
Stay between 01 Oct 2013 and 31 Dec 2014
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#Valentine 's Day is Fast Approaching! We have our special valentine’s #menu available on 14th & 15th of February between 19:00 – 21:30 at Alex Restaurant.

All ladies on those evenings will get an individually wrapped chocolate strawberry as well as a single-stem classic rose.

To book a table or make an enquiry please email Dubhc_Restaurant@conradhotels.com or +35316028900
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Conrad Dublin was awarded two prestigious awards in the space of a week:

Best Business Hotel 2013 at the National Hospitality Awards in Dublin

Large Golf Hotel of the Year Award at the 2013 Gala Irish Golf Awards
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Earlsfort Terrace Dublin 2 Ireland
Earlsfort TerraceIEDublinDublin 2
+353 1 602 8900placeshilton.com
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Our five-star luxury hotel in Dublin, Ireland, located in the heart of the Dublin city centre, is just opposite the National Concert Hall and around the corner from beautiful St. Stephens Green.
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Classy hotel with modern rooms, fitness centre, fine and casual dining and a chic cocktail bar.- Google
People talk about the national concert hall, alex restaurant, place to stay, room service and turndown service
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Tina Arthur
reviewed a month ago
I bought a voucher for afternoon tea in The Conrad Hotel and decided to use it yesterday. While I agree it is starting to look a bit tired and dated I had a really lovely time. The afternoon teas was delicious i would go so far as to say the nicest we had to date. The staff were extremely courteous and attentive without being intrusive. We were continually offered more tea/coffee and without any extra charge.And of course the parking in the hotel was great. All in all a very pleasant experience.A big thank you to The Conrad.
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Jordan Willis
reviewed 8 months ago
The location is simply fantastic with St. Stephens Green's Park nearby and the National Concert Hall right across the street. My room was clean, quite spacious and had all the amenities. I was surprised that the internet is not complimentary. The breakfast was a well though combination of hot and cold food which was a great way to start off my day.
Thomas Taylor
reviewed 5 months ago
location is great but staff are a little eager to take the pint glass from you.Also €610 for a pint is abit much.
greg wixted
reviewed a month ago
Gone down hill over the past year - so not 5 star I recently stayed at the Conrad Dublin with my partner we stayed there last year on the same date as my partner was celebrating his birthday. I don't know if the hotel has changed management, but the standards have slipped down from 5 stars to 5 skull and cross bones, based on my recent stay we won't be going back EVER! I have a Hilton Gold Card and got it free with my Centurion Amex card and in all my Hilton stays I have always got an upgrade, we booked a Jnr Suite and normally get a 1 bed suite. We did last year and in every other Hilton I have stayed in, despite emailing the hotel, 3 days before (to which I never got a reply!). Last year the hotel went all out to make my partners birthday great, this year it was just really poor service. So much for Connie Hilton's manta of putting the guest at the heart of everything they do!. We paid for the upgrade, the rooms are really tired and not really luxury, unlike the Four Seasons or the Savoy. The fact the mini bars are empty, I like water in the middle of night and had to get up and order it from room service as the two bottles they give you wouldn't hydrate a mouse. The water pressure in the "rain showers" is so weak, I am have just as well poured the water over myself, it was the same in the evening and in the morning! I don't know if there is water rationing in Dublin and I missed that memo. But again not what you expect from an alleged 5 star hotel. But on the upside the beds are really comfy. The two real big let downs were the breakfast and room service, I ordered a sandwich and asked for Cheese and Banston pickle, I was called back to say I could cheese, ham and mustard, perfect! when it arrived it was cheese and gerkin!, it was still sitting in my room when I checked out and couldn't be bothered to reorder so I went to be hungry. When I woke up, starving, i couldn't wait for breakfast. Well I should have stayed in bed as this was the biggest let down ever!. The person doing the seating was just simply the rudest and surly person I have ever come across, a cross between Eva Braun and Rose West. We were seated and I asked for toast and was told there is only brown, which is fine, what I got was warm sliced bread, I did tell the waiter that I like my toast, toasted not warm, he snatched up and "mumbled something about being a stuck up brit" for a start I am Irish and grew up in the Ireland and went to School in Ireland. The menu bangs on about the lovely fresh food locally sourced, freshly cooked, most of that is true except the freshly cooked, it was about as freshly cooked a bloody ready meal. The fired eggs had a hard crust, which means they have been cooked and sitting on a hot plate, the bacon was so hard and dry, I could have fashioned shoes from it, the sausages were so dry and baked within an inch of the poor pigs pervious life, it would take more than a knife to cut into them. I just left it all, the funny thing, not one single waiter asked if everything was OK. They churn guests in and out of the restaurant like lambs to the slaughter. I did raise some of these points with the front of house manager who simple was not listening. H told me the hotel was busy last night and everyone could have been showering at the same time, does he think hotel guests are really that stupid? I said about my sandwich episode and again he just went on about limited access to the kitchen, I told him the sandwich is still in my room, he didn't even offer to take it off the bill. (but I am going to take this up with Amex chargeback team). I left the hotel so underwhelmed, disappointed and starving - I don't think this is how Mr Hilton wanted his guests to feel when they leave his hotels!
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Jay Chappell
reviewed 11 months ago
What a wonderful hotel and experience in Dublin. It was our last night on our vacation and we definitely enjoyed the fantastic service and accommodations that the Conrad provided.
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maurizio pigozzi
reviewed 8 months ago
Although the hotel is beautiful, the service offered by the staff of the Conrad hotel is unprofessional and unpleasant.The lack of care and efficiency of the front desk, transformed a pleasant retreat with my family into a horrible experience.