Radisson Blu Royal Hotel, Dublin is located on Golden Lane, in the heart of Dublin City Centre, within walking distance from Grafton Street and all other key business, commercial and shopping sectors of this busy and exciting city. The 4 Star Deluxe Hotel, which opened in August 2007, has many contemporary elements and unique features, from the spectacular Waterford Crystal Vintage Whiskey tasting room and the Connemara Marble staircase through the lobby to the 1st floor landscaped garden terrace.
The Hotel hosts 150 stylish bedrooms as well as 15 flexible meeting and conference rooms. The Goldsmiths Hall has a capacity of 400 delegates theatre style and can be divided into three separate sections. The Exclusive 7th floor Sky Suite offers panoramic views across Dublin city and is the perfect space to host an exclusive meeting for up to 50 delegates. Complimentary high-speed internet access is available to all delegates and guests in the Hotel.
The Hotel is also home to V'nV Restaurant, offering Super Breakfast and an Á la Carte menu in the evening. SURE Bar is the perfect place to relax offering an all day lounge menu, both of which are led by Executive Chef, Tommy Butler.
The Radisson Blu Royal Hotel, Dublin is an elegant, central and stylish destination, ideal for both business and leisure travellers.
What Makes Us So Special?
- Located in the heart of Dublin City Centre.
- Complimentary high-speed Wi-Fi.
- 15 flexible meeting and conference rooms.
On behalf of The PMI I would like to extend my thanks to your team for a fantastic event at your hotel. Your staff could not do enough to help out. The two duty managers – both Pawels’ – were absolutely superb on the day and in setup the day before, and Lauren was exceptionally helpful throughout the planning process. Food is such a big part of an all-day event, and your chef was fantastic – we’ve had such positive feedback on the food all throughout the day – with the desserts especially such a hit! I’d be delighted to recommend Radisson Blu, Golden Lane to others. - Fiona Dunphy.