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Stayed at The Westbury before embarking on a British Isles Cruise out of Dublin. Great way to start the vacation. This Hotel was perfect for us, location, decor, comfort and most of all, the friendliness and helpfulness of the staff. We would book and stay...More
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Luxury in city centre Dublin, location perfect, safe parking, very comfortable beds and attentive staff. Nothing negative to say about this lovely hotel hope to be back soon. Close to shops, bars, restaurants and public transport if needed.More
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Response from Mr-Vincent-OGorman, General Manager at The WestburyResponded 15 January 2018
Thank you for taking the time to share your complimentary review of The Westbury following your recent stay.
I am delighted that you found our location to be so convenient, and perfect for your time in Dublin, and that our team were so...More
We originally booked a different hotel in Dublin, at 4 am when the club that seemed to be inside my hotel room was still going strong, I looked on line and thank goodness the Westbury had a hotel room available. First thing in the morning...More
This place was beautiful. The staff was so nice. I want to go back every day. Our room was small, but we got the "cheap" $360 room by the elevator. We were there for the first 3 days of our honeymoon and they did not...More
I booked via TripAdvisor for 2 adults and 2 children, but was told a day before they couldn’t accommodate us in one double room and therefore we’d need to get two. We did, but finding the hotel driving into the crazy streets of Dublin was...More
Ireland and the UK may be part of the EU, but they have different plugs. If you are coming from the States, you will need to bring US to UK adapters. If you are going on to travel to mainland Europe, then you will need US... More
Ireland and the UK may be part of the EU, but they have different plugs. If you are coming from the States, you will need to bring US to UK adapters. If you are going on to travel to mainland Europe, then you will need US to European adapters.