The Royal Marine Hotel in Dun Laoghaire is an historic and much-loved luxury landmark hotel, dating back to 1828, located in a prime South Dublin position overlooking Dublin Bay. Its unique location, close to Dublin City Centre & Dun Laoghaire ferry port, but also within easy reach of County Wicklow, The Garden of Ireland, makes The Royal Marine Hotel an ideal accommodation choice. The DART train line and superb road links lead guests easily to Dublin City Centre and the picturesque South Dublin of villages of Dalkey & Blackrock, as well Wicklow’s many attractions including Powerscourt Waterfall, Glendalough and the Blessington Lakes.
Staying at the Royal Marine Hotel is a comfortable and luxurious experience, thanks to the wide range of available room types and the high standard of décor and materials used throughout the hotel’s accommodation. This historic 4 Star Dublin Hotel is home to 228 guest rooms, of which 74 are Executive Rooms and 15 are Suites. It even boasts a listed building among its 3 luxury accommodation wings.
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Whether you want to enjoy Afternoon Tea overlooking Dun Laoghaire Pier, savour a Pre-Theatre Supper or bring the family out for a fun Sunday Carvery Buffet Lunch, the warm friendly atmosphere of the recently refurbished Royal Marine Hotel offers something for everyone.
Food & Beverage facilities include Dún Restaurant, Hardy’s Bar, Laurels Bar, Pavillion Bar, The Atrium and the Bay Lounge.
Tea, Coffee and Drinks are served and choices of menu are available throughout.
The right mood, the right food … the Royal Marine Hotel is dedicated to great food, quality, service and an enjoyable atmosphere.
On the Map: Dun Laoghaire is a major ferryport located on the east coast of Ireland Just 11km southeast of Dublin’s City Centre, from a practical point of view, Dun Laoghaire is part of the city.
Dún Laoghaire’s focal point is a splendid harbour and the town is surrounded by spectacular rolling hills. There’s lots to do and a wide range of top quality accommodation, services and amenities on the doorstep. It’s easy access to Dublin city and transport links nationwide makes it an ideal place to begin or end your journey through the Emerald Isle. Dún Laoghaire gets its name from the Irish translation Fort (Dún) of Laoghaire. It was once the seat of King Laoghaire, the ancient High King of Ireland before the Vikings sailed from Scandinavia and established themselves in Dublin.