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Hampton Hotel

  • children welcome
  • credit card accepted
  • internet access
  • no smoking
  • parking available
  • tv in bedroom

Contact Information

Hampton Hotel
General Manager - Christiane Foller
19-29 Morehampton Road,, Donnybrook, Dublin 4,
Co.Dublin

Telephone: +353 (0)1 668-0995
Email: info@hamptonhotel.ie
Web: hamptonhotel.ie

One of my best friends lives in Co. Wicklow and her favourite treat is to overnight in the sleek boutique Hampton Hotel when she comes into town to the National Concert Hall or t...

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How to get there

Coming from the City Centre, the Hampton Hotel is on the right hand side - set back from the road.

Good to know

Open: All Year
Number of Rooms: 24
Double Room: From €115
Suites: From €215
Dinner: Yes - Hampton Bar Bistro
Credit Cards: Yes
Parking: Yes
Spa: No
Swimming Pool: No
Wheelchair Facilities: No
Wifi: Yes
Nightclub: Yes - Vanilla Nightclub From 11pm Friday and Saturday Nights.
Entertainment: Life Music in Bar Wed - Sunday.

About The Hotel

One of my best friends lives in Co. Wicklow and her favourite treat is to overnight in the sleek boutique Hampton Hotel when she comes into town to the National Concert Hall or to a restaurant.  In fact, she only lives barely over the border of Co. Wicklow, and could indeed get a DART home, but she just loves the overall experience of staying the night ‘in town’ and the Hampton Hotel is her hotel of choice.

This, of course, is what the gentry did in the old days – had their country homes and their town houses in Dublin for the social season or visiting the city.  It is more than possible that the six magnificent Georgian houses, which make up The Hampton Hotel, were in fact the city residences of the great and the good.

For many years this was known as Sachs Hotel but it changed hands some four years ago and it is now a chic 4 Star boutique hotel offering all the comforts and style one could possible want on a visit to Dublin.  The upmarket location could not be better and it is superbly convenient for fashionable restaurants and pubs, which abound nearby; it is perfect also for visiting the R.D.S, the Aviva Stadium, the National Concert Hall.   There is parking at the hotel but the bus also passes right by the door which will whisk you into Grafton Street and the upmarket shopping areas in 10 minutes –or else you might enjoy the stroll through Dublin’s historic leafy streets.

It has a cool bar, which transforms into a welcoming candle lit bistro by evening, serving eclectic contemporary food.   They also do great cocktails which you can enjoy sitting out on the heated terrace during the summer sipping your favourite Mojito or Cosmopolitan and also dine al fresco. 

There is always something happening at the Hampton and from Wednesday thru’ Sunday there is live music in the Hampton bar bistro from Irish Folk to Latin, to Blues, Pop and Jazz, - you certainly won’t be bored.  You can follow that up on Friday and Saturday nights with a visit to their ultra cool Vanilla nightclub, which kicks off from 11 pm downstairs.   This is a happening place.

The bedrooms are superb; there are four room types, the Hampton preferred, Hampton select, Hampton style, and Hampton luxury.  There are also a variety of design styles to choose from – isn’t that just cool.   If it is a really special occasion treat yourself to the Hampton luxury – suites with fab super king beds, walk in shower, spacious and luxurious.

They are extremely friendly and welcoming at the Hampton Hotel  – it is the perfect Dublin address.


 
 

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