The Westbury is blessed with one of the best locations in Dublin, with Grafton Street on one side and the Creative Quarter on the other. And the hotel continues to impress from the second you enter—a grand staircase leads up to the lobby, with marble floors and an impressive array of artwork. The Gallery, where guests and visitors take afternoon tea, is a gorgeous space, filled with plump turquoise sofas and ornate armchairs. The freshly refurbished Wilde restaurant is a dreamy, 1930s inspired space, serving up impeccable Irish cuisine. The rooms received a revamp too, and are tastefully understated, with soft, Sealy beds, fluffy down duvets, and marble bathrooms with heated floors.