Extensive redevelopment works have been completed at Dublin’s Trinity City Hotel, with a new top floor and additional wing built as pat of a €16m investment.
Originally comprising of 198 bedrooms, the building works have added 64 deluxe and executive bedrooms to bring the room total to 262.
With interior architecture, design and project management by Millimetre Design, construction carried out by John Paul Construction and electrics by Designer Group, the design team drew their inspiration from the polished, eclectic style found throughout the main areas of the hotel.
The four star hotel is an amalgamation of a number of different buildings on Dublin’s Pearse Street, where the first buildings on the site were constructed in the early 1800s. Some of the hotel’s bedrooms are in the listed Georgian building element of the property, the Georgian Suites, while others are housed in the old Victorian fire station. Many of the rooms, including the rooms on the new top floor, have city views and others on the higher floors can see all the way to the Dublin mountains.
As well as the new rooms, the Courtyard Garden at the heart of the hotel has been refreshed, as has the terrace of the Brunswick Bar overlooking Pearse Street.
“At Trinity City Hotel we are delighted with our gorgeous new rooms, our brand new top floor and additional wing and our beautifully refreshed public spaces,” said Joanne Dillon, general manager of Trinity City Hotel, “and are very pleased with how the design team has accentuated the hotel’s individual and exceptional blend of old and new, enhancing the best of history and adding the most sophisticated contemporary elements and services. We are looking forward to introducing our new look hotel to our many regular guests, as well as being able to welcome many new guests to the hotel on a regular basis.”
Trinity City Hotel is owned by MHL Hotel Collection, a Irish-based hotels collection that owns just over 1,250 four and five-star bedrooms.