Dun Laoghaire is a busy coastal town with lots to do. Whether it’s shopping, eating, drinking, going to the cinema or theatre, walking, water sports, sailing, hiking or horse riding, you will find it all within easy reach whilst staying in Dun Laoghaire.
A short drive along the South East coast will bring you to Dun Laoghaire, where overlooking the bay you will find the Royal Marine Hotel. Steeped in history, and a favorite with the locals, this landmark hotel is an impressive sight on the Dun Laoghaire skyline. Since 1828, a Dublin hotel has occupied the site now occupied by the Dun Laoghaire Royal Marine Hotel.
The Royal Marine Hotel is regarded as one of the finest 4 star Hotels in Dublin and has hosted many Heads of State, Kings, Queens and celebrities including old blues eyes Frank Sinatra, Laurel & Hardy and Charlie Chaplin. Queen Victoria had a 16 course breakfast when she arrived off the boat at Dun Laoghaire and even Michael Collins is believed to have hidden out in Room 210 with Kitty Kiernan.
With 228 Bedrooms, 14 Dedicated Meeting Rooms and a Conference Centre as well as The Pier Health Club and Dublin's only comprehensive Spa known as sansanaSPA, the Royal Marine Hotel has it all. The 228 bedrooms are fully air conditioned and furnished with crisp cotton linen duvets, LCD televisions, mini fridges, broadband, laptop sized safes, executive chair/desk, stand alone showers and baths.
We have 14 Dedicated Meeting Rooms, 12 of which are set in the McCurdy Building. These have been meticulously restored to their present glory. The Dedicated Meeting Rooms can cater for delegates from 2 to 240.
The Carlisle Conference Centre can seat up to 750 delegates and is a stunning venue for hosting any event including conferences, exhibitions, product launches, gala luncheons/dinners, charity events and even Weddings.
Our 228 bedrooms are fully air conditioned and furnished with crisp cotton linen duvets, LCD televisions, mini fridges, broadband, laptop sized safes, executive chair/desk, stand-alone showers and baths.
The Hotel is made up on three sections; the McCurdy, the Haigh Block and the Marine Block. McCurdy is part of the original building. As this was built back in 1828 and is now a listed building, during the recent refurbishment between 2004 and 2007, we have maintained the old world feeling of the rooms.
With high ceilings, intricate detail on the cornicing, large sash windows and a design which incorporated large spacious grandeur, no two rooms are the same. There are 15 Suites in the McCurdy block, of which 13 are Junior Suites and 2 are Presidential Suites.