Celebrating 191 years of history and tradition The Shelbourne is a timeless landmark in the heart of Dublin. The largest 5 star hotel in Ireland and modernised in 2007, it overlooks the city’s grandest square, St. Stephen’s Green which is located within a few minutes’ walk from Dublin’s most famous landmarks as well as the key shopping and cultural areas of the city.
The Shelbourne has for two centuries, played a significant role in the literary, social, political, culinary and artistic traditions of Irish society. In 1922 the Irish constitution was drafted at The Shelbourne, chaired by Michael Collins, and one of the two original copies are to be found in the Constitution Suite.
The Shelbourne has 265 bedrooms including 19 suites, with design and décor influenced and inspired by the classic elegance and grandeur of the historic elements of this famous hotel.
The Saddle Room Restaurant is an old favourite serving breakfast, lunch and dinner. Offering a contemporary menu using only the finest ingredients and also featuring an Oyster Bar, where the experienced team prepare the freshest oysters available from West Clare, Carlingford and Galway.
No 27 Lounge & Bar, is the place to see and be seen in Dublin. The menu is informal, offering classic bar favourites, complimented by a unique selection of world wines by the glass, premium spirits and their famous signature cocktails.
The Lord Mayor’s Lounge combines comfort and style. Famous for afternoon tea and popular for its Shelbourne Suppers, it’s an expression of elegance and style. Equally, The Horseshoe Bar has seen it all down through the years. With its rich red walls, original artefacts and fascinating memorabilia, it is firmly established as one of Dublin’s finest bars.
The Shelbourne also offers 12 historic meeting rooms many of which have their own character, style and stories, ideal for intimate private dining to impressive business conferences for up to 350 people. It also has its very own ‘Genealogy Butler’ providing a range of unique services to guests who wish to explore their own family history research.
27 St Stephen’s Green,