About The Leinster

Located on the edge of Merrion Square, among art galleries, design studios and museums in the heart of Georgian Dublin, The Leinster Hotel is a luxurious hideaway designed to ignite your curiosity. A space of classic beauty dedicated to the art of lingering, the warmest hospitality and a real sense of fun.


About The Leinster

Located just off the vibrant Merrion Square, The Leinster is Dublin’s newest and most exciting addition to the city’s booming hospitality scene and aims to become somewhere for locals to love and guests to discover. Standing amongst renowned art galleries, design studios and museums in the heart of Georgian Dublin, The Leinster is a luxurious hideaway designed to ignite one’s curiosity and celebrate its surroundings.

Home to 55 playfully chic bedrooms and suites, Jean–Georges at The Leinster, The Collins Club, a luxury boutique gym & thermal suite experience from the experts behind POWER and The O’Dwyer Suite event space. It’s expertly designed by Dublin’s ODAA and Henchion Reuter Architects and Interior Designer firm ODonnell O’Neill Design, The Leinster fuses classic architecture with Parisian boutique style chic featuring bold modern patterns, tactile materials, and captivating marble veining, creating a mixture of classical and contemporary styles and is set to be one of the most aesthetically impressive openings of the year!

Dedicated to the art of lingering, the warmest hospitality and a real sense of fun, the 55 rooms and suites are a combination of lavish velvets, detailed cabinetry and bold colour, all elegantly paired with graphic patterns to create a balanced harmony within each room. With a nod to rich history, each room owns a sense of simple beauty, providing every comfort possible for all who rest their head.

The bedrooms feature botanical flourishes on the headboards, cherry red sofas, tasselled bedside lamps, with Brooks & Co toiletries, Dyson hairdryers, Toto toilets, deep-green tiling within the bathrooms and a copper bathtub in the suites. Guests will also find a hidden mini bar filled to the brim with batch cocktails, Château La Coste wines, alcohol free beers alongside a mix of tempting sweet & savoury items and playful bedside kits for couples.


Eat & Drink

The rooftop restaurant, Jean-Georges at The Leinster, has been expertly and lovingly curated by the acclaimed Chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten, marking his groundbreaking first foray into Ireland, and following in the footsteps of his restaurants in London, New York, Paris and Kyoto. A friend of Dublin, Jean-Georges has been heavily involved in the construction of the restaurant, working closely alongside The Leinster’s culinary team led by Head Chef Ross Bryans.

Combining Irish classics with fresh French and Southeast Asian flavours, all dishes incorporate locally sourced and seasonal ingredients. Dinner menu highlights include Egg toast with caviar and herbs, Grilled lamb chops with a smoked chili glaze and roasted asparagus, Wild turbot crusted with nuts and seeds and Decadent warm chocolate cake paired with Tahitian vanilla ice-cream. Creating an exceptional and conscious dining experience, Jean-Georges is committed to sustainability and passionate about working with local Irish suppliers.

Pairing exquisite food with award-winning wines, Jean-Georges has an extensive selection of wines and cocktails curated by the hotel’s Sommelier and Head Bartender, Milan Ormanovic, who recommends the Wild Strawberry as a playful take on the timeless gimlet, the Ginger Margarita, a Jean-George twist on the spicy margarita and The Passion Fruit, the perfect alcohol-free cocktail.

The Collins Club is a dazzling space, a destination in itself and a place of constant fun. The drinks list is a masterpiece and has been meticulously curated and designed around the finest method and ingredients. The nods to Georgian glam are clear with dimmed lighting, ceilings adorned with decadent details, and a bar drenched in the most luscious shade of crimson. DJs will read the room whilst a lively pianist plays on the baby grand, and a food menu is served up with small plates and bites, the mixologists at The Collins Club have managed to create an intimate, yet ever so lively vibe that invites locals to delve right into a good time.


Art at The Leinster

Art is a huge focus point at The Leinster, where the bedroom walls have been transformed into canvases and halls into galleries, adorning beautiful works by artists from Ireland and abroad. There are over 300 curated pieces of original painted art from more than 80 artists dotted around the hotel, reflecting Ireland’s growing and dynamic contemporary art scene. The Leinster exhibits various pieces by Melissa O’Donnell (formerly known as Melissa O’Faherty), Paris-based Irish artist Colette Riet, Irish artist Domino Whisker, Virginia-based Irish artist Stephen Dunne and much-loved friend of The Leinster, Damien Hirst with his H10-1 Wu Zetian piece, from the H-10 The Empresses collection, proudly greeting guests at reception.