With more than 540 locations in 78 countries, understandably, not all Hiltons are created equal. I almost booked my wedding in the very plush and high-end Hilton Malta, and have also spent a night in the more functional Hilton at Stansted airport. The Dublin Hilton falls somewhere in between.Set on Charlemont Place overlooking the Grand Canal, there’s a peaceful and tranquil vibe about the place, despite its central location. There’s not much in the way of hotel facilities, although there is a small gym and a really nice and spacious hotel bar and restaurant. Everything feels very modern and well kept; the décor is in contemporary neutral tones and there are nice little touches like the orchid pots on every table in the airy, comfortable lobby.
As for our room, well, click on the video to see for yourself! Nice, isn’t it, and a nice size, too. The Peter Thomas Roth goodies in the bathroom went down well, as did the complimentary chocolates, fruit and selection of magazines. I checked in ahead of the Mr so made full use of these before he arrived - and even squeezed in a spot of shopping, too. Stephen’s Green is just two stops away on the LUAS (that’s the Dublin tram system, non-Irishers).
We wholeheartedly enjoyed our stay and, as the icing on the cake, one of you lovely people can get to experience it too. I have a £100 Hilton voucher up for grabs which can be used at any Hilton in Ireland or the UK, over the next year. Just follow the simple steps in the widget below – and best of luck, everyone!a Rafflecopter giveaway