The Shelbourne Hotel

At a glance

  • Airport


    The Shelbourne Hotel is 25 minutes from Dublin Airport.

  • Local attractions

    Local Attractions

    Dublin has a wealth of history including nearby Trinity College, which is home of The Book of Kells, a 9th century gospel manuscript.

  • Shopping


    The hotel is mere moments from the famous shopping area, Grafton Street.

  • Nightlife

    Bars and Nightlife

    The central location of the hotel provides easy access to the city’s wealth of bars and restaurants.

  • Hotel spa

    Hotel Spa

    The hotel offers a range of leisure facilities and treatments.

  • Location


    The hotel is situated in the heart of Dublin city centre, making it easily accessible by public transport.


The Shelbourne Hotel

The Spa at The Shelbourne, 27 St Stephen's Green, Dublin, Ireland
27 St. Stephen's Green, Dublin 2

Spa & Leisure

Set over three floors, The Spa at The Shelbourne Hotel is the largest in Dublin city centre, providing a sanctuary amidst the urban buzz. Facilities include a gym, dance studio and a swimming pool, as well as a thermal suite to help wind down post workout, or relax pre spa treatment, depending on your preference.

The spa also features six treatment rooms including an dual suite, which extol the virtues of Mother Nature and the curative wonders of the earth in a range of treatments from product brands Elemis, Pevonia and Pañpuri. Included on the menu, which caters to both men and women, are facials, body wraps, body scrubs, manicures, and pedicures.

Hotel & Accommodation

In a landmark building in Dublin, overlooking St Stephen’s Green, The Shelbourne Hotel first opened its doors in 1824, and has since developed into a five star hotel with all the luxury trimmings. Peppered with artwork, decadent furnishings and in a prime location as well, the hotel caters to leisure and business travellers alike, and was voted among the top five star hotels in Ireland by Condé Nast Traveller readers in the Readers Choice Awards in 2011.

The hotel’s main restaurant is The Saddle Room, offering international fare and specialising in steak, oysters and seafood. No.27 Bar and Lounge meanwhile is a buzzing environment offering light meals and cocktails, and the Lord Mayor’s Lounge is a fine dining hotspot that’s also open for afternoon tea. Alternatively, there is The Horseshoe Bar, providing a more relaxed atmosphere surrounded by artefacts and memorabilia and rich, red walls.