Royal Dublin

This traditional Scottish out and back links, relatively unusual for an Irish links, sits on Bull Island in Dublin Bay. The club was originally founded in 1885, and after being severely damaged during the First World War it was rebuilt by Harry Colt in 1920.

Dublin’s most luxurious, five-star hotel housed in four immaculately restored Georgian townhouses, located adjacent to St. Stephen’s Green. For fine-dining, head to the Restaurant Patrick Guilbaud. The full-service spa includes an infinity pool and fitness center.
Stylish, modern, four-star hotel located opposite St. Stephen’s Green in the heart of Dublin City. Within walking distance to many of the city’s popular sites and the famous Temple Bar area.
Four-star hotel in a Georgian brick townhouse located near St. Stephen’s Green in the heart of downtown Dublin. This self-proclaimed “restaurant-with-rooms” serves some of the city’s finest modern Irish cuisine along with seafood specialties at their Oyster & Champagne bar.
Argued as Dublin’s finest five-star historical hotel, now owned operated as a Marriott Renaissance property. Their dining options include a relaxed dining room featuring international cuisine, a fine dining lounge, and two bars.
Five-star, luxury resort located in the countryside of Ireland just 50 minutes outside Dublin. Home to two world-class golf courses, which hosted the 2014 Ryder Cup tournament. Amenities outside of golf include an indoor pool and spa, horseback riding and clay pigeon shooting. They offer three upscale restaurants and a bistro.