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Stephens Hall Hotel & Suites

14-17 Lower Leeson Street
Dublin City Centre

In the Heart of Dublin's City Centre just a 5 minute walk from St Stephen's Green the hotels stylish Georgian facade blends easily with a luxurious mordern interior beautifully designed and especially tailored to the needs of todays guest. Combining the warmth of Irish hospitality with the luxury of private and convenient accommodation. Suites at Stephen's Hall comprise of a hallway sitting dining area kitchenette seperate bedrooms and bathrooms. Each suite also features TV CD and radio telephone fax point modem point iron and ironing board trouser press and in room safe. Romanza a stylish lounge bar restaurant with al fresco terrace completes the relaxed feel of this boutique style hotel. Located just 5min walk from Grafton Street and all the delights Dublin City has to offer. Private underground parking available at Euro7 per night. Two bedroom suites sleep 4 also available. Please note the Hotel has very limited service over the christmas period.Hotel is closed for arrivals on the 25th 26th December. those checking in on the 24th need to arrive by 5.00pmThere is no housekeeping services available on 25th 26th December.Our Restuarant is also closed on 25th 26th December.Please also be advised Dublin is closed on Christmas Day and Stephens Day ie all pubs restaurants shops etc. will NOT be open.Each Suite has a kitchennete and guests can therefore cookBreakfast Dinner Lunch in their suite. We do however offer a shopping service guests can call us one week before arrival should they wish to avail of this service.

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