The Conrad Dublin has begun an €8 million renovation project which will see the hotel’s rooms and public areas revamped.
The luxury Hilton property says that works will include a new design for all guest rooms and suites, featuring “a subtle colour palette, natural oak flooring, and finishes such as Herringbone wool carpets and wood panelling on the walls”.
The hotel’s restaurant and bar will also be revamped – with full details set to be announced “over the coming weeks” – and a new brasserie-style offering is being introduced.
The redesigned lobby area has been inspired by the rosarium at Dublin’s Iveagh Gardens, and will feature “an abundance of flora and natural, indigenous materials, which have been used to marry historical influences with a contemporary finish”.
Meanwhile the ground floor lounge and bar will take inspiration from Dublin-born Jonathan Swift’s work Gulliver’s Travels. The hotel’s exterior façade is also being renovated.
The renovation works are set to be completed in March – for a Tried and Tested review of the Conrad Dublin (published in July 2015), click here.