Shelbourne

Welcome to the icon of Dublin's hospitality history. This famous hotels first opened in 1824. It is called after a distinguished Irish Man called William Petty (Earl of Shelburne) who was, amongst other things, a Kerryman and Prime Minster of Great Britian.
The first constitution for the new Irish State was drafted here - it was the births registry office for an independent Ireland.
Michael Collins, one of the founders of modern Ireland was based here. Princess Grace of Monaco who has a suite in the hotel named after her loved it.
It recently underwent extensive refurbishments and reopend in February 2007.
This famous hotels first opened in 1824. It is called after a distinguished Irish Man called William Petty (Earl of Shelburn) who was amongst other things a Kerryman and Prime Minster of Great Britian.
The first constitution for the new Irish State was drafted here - it was the births registry office for an independent Ireland.
Michael Collins, one of the founders of modern Ireland was based here.
It recently underwent extensive refurbishments and reopend in February 2007.

Jean Ricoux 2005 ([email protected])

265 Rooms
Dining Room, Lord Mayors Lounge, Restaurant, Shelbourne Bar
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Shelbourne
Country: Ireland
City: Dublin
Opening date: 1824

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General Manager

Coordinates

27 St. Stephen's Green
Ireland, Dublin

Tel: +353 1 663 4500
Fax: +353 1 661 6006

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