The Davenport Hotel is in the heart of Dublin,
the busy capital city of Ireland. The spectacular façade
of the hotel, originally Merrion Hall, was designed in 1863
by Alfred G. Jones. It was restored to become the magnificent
façade of The Davenport Hotel, which opened in 1993.
The hotel is right on the edge of Merrion Square
in the heart of Dublin and close by The Mont Clare and Alexander
Hotels. Dublin's principle cultural, business, shopping and
entertainment districts are all within a 5 minute walk.
Named after another famous architect, Sir Charles
Lanyon, Lanyon's Restaurant has a unique understanding of
makes a great dining experience.
It has excellent international cuisine, with an extensive
wine list all set in opulent rooms, with discretely attentive
With 120 guestrooms, comprising 108 Executive Rooms, 10 Junior
Suites and 2 One Bedroom Suites,you will know you are staying
in one of Dublin's finest hotels.
For the business executive, junior suites and suites contain
a dedicated working desk with fax machine and laser printer.
Conference Facilities at The Davenport Hotel offer a range
of meeting rooms catering for up to 250 delegates.
The design of the main conference suite, the Gandon Suite
allows for two separate rooms, Gandon Suite North and Gandon
Suite South, allowing sufficient flexibility to cater for
large and small groups, while offering tailor made conference
The fitness suite at The Davenport Hotel is open to residents
24 hours a day, should you fancy a climate-controlled jog
at any time. The very latest cardiovascular exercise machines