DUBLIN—The Hilton Garden Inn Dublin Custom House has opened here, marking the brand’s debut in the country.
Owned and operated by Amaris Hospitality, the 239-room hotel has been converted from a Jurys Inn property as part of the hospitality group’s strategy and investment program to transform, rebrand and reposition 23 hotels in its portfolio, according to the company.
“Hilton Garden Inn Dublin Custom House joins more than 45 Hilton Garden Inns across Europe and offers guests a convenient and enjoyable place to stay in Ireland’s capital city,” said John Greenleaf, global head, Hilton Garden Inn.
The hotel is located on the banks of the River Liffey in the heart of the Irish Financial Services Centre, which is home to more than 500 international companies and next to Dublin’s Silicon Docklands.
“The conversion of the hotel has seen us commit significant new investment to the hotel and enhance the quality of the property and guest experience of this very popular hotel even further,” said John Brennan, CEO of Amaris Hospitality. “We look forward to working in conjunction with our partners, Hilton Worldwide, and our fantastic team to make Ireland’s first Hilton Garden Inn a favorite for Dublin visitors.”
Highlights include guestrooms with the brand’s signature bedding, as well as a work desk with an ergonomic desk chair. Dining options include a casual bistro experience at Oly’s Bar and Restaurant and The Pavilion Pantry with a selection of snacks, beverages and frozen items. With views overlooking the River Liffey, the hotel has four meeting and events spaces for up to 80 people. The on-site 24 hour business center offers complimentary printing and complimentary WiFi is available throughout the hotel.