Mid-Term Breaks at The Westin
Experience an unrivalled welcome this October bank holiday at the five star Westin Dublin, an iconic hotel
that blends contemporarychic with historic grandeur, to set the scene for a truly memorable stay in the heart of Dublin.
The spacious, elegant guest rooms and suites provide sumptuous luxury, peace and privacy throughout your long weekend stay.
City Dining Escape
Dining at The Westin Dublin is a delectable experience, featuring the best in local
and seasonal produce, hand prepared by our talented chefs.
Delight in a City Dining Escape that includes overnight accommodation in a
beautifully appointed guest room, a sumptuous three-course dinner in
Morelands Grill, a glass of Champagne or a cocktail for each guest,
along with a delicious breakfast the following morning.
Embrace the mid-term break with an indulgent trip to
The Westin, with a dining experience to match.
Stay For Tea
Afternoon Tea in The Atrium Lounge offers an indulgent experience,
featuring a selection of sweet and savoury bites curated specially by
our Pastry Chefs. Located in the historic Westin Dublin, The Atrium Lounge
stretches five-storeys high with the glass atrium trapping hours of natural daylight.
Embrace the true grandeur of a five star stay in The Westin Dublin
with a Stay for Tea package. This includes overnight accommodation in a
beautifully appointed guest room, an indulgent Afternoon Tea experience,
with a relaxing breakfast the following morning in Morelands Grill.
Luxury Shopping Experience
Located just a few minutes walk from Ireland’s most famous
shopping district, The Westin is an ideal base for a shopping trip to Dublin.
Enjoy a stroll through Temple Bar and discover unique vintage stores, quaint cafés
or make your way to Grafton Street for some high end shopping outlets and restaurants.
Delight in a Luxury Shopping Experience at The Westin Dublin that includes
overnight accommodation in a luxurious guest room, a personal shopping experience
or beauty style consultation at Brown Thomas, a welcome tea, coffee or glass of bubbles,
along with handsfree shopping and a complimentary Rathborne Travel Candle.
Relax the next morning with breakfast in Morelands Grill and valet parking.
Bram Stoker Festival
Celebrate Bram Stoker, who originally from Dublin, is now one of Ireland’s
most famous authors, with Dracula being his most infamous creation.
The annual festival in his honour takes place this year between 28th – 31st October,
where guests can experience the Northern Lights being displayed throughout
Dublin Castle in a dramatic and mesmerising light and sound show.
Tickets are complimentary and can be booked here.
Dublin Ghostbus Tour
Experience a spooky night out this mid-term with a trip on Dublin’s Ghostbus.
Visit some of Dublin’s most haunted sites, and those with a sinister history,
where storytellers fill you in on all of the ghostly and creepy events this Fair City has seen!
Book tickets for this harrow-some evening here.