#IWD21: Maryam Paruk set up a small business to recognise Ireland’s cultural diversity

Dominique McMullan

Lynn Enright: ‘With spring’s arrival, I’m finally ready to go back to real clothes’

Lynn Enright

Is marketplace feminism stealing the limelight from real female-driven issues?

Amanda Cassidy

Women-led charities and social enterprises to support this IWD and beyond

Amanda Kavanagh

‘The industry is on its knees’: Wedding planners call for more clarity and support from...

Jennifer McShane

#IWD21: Therese Wright’s wellness doll takes children’s worries

Dominique McMullan

IWD: 8 Irish women in the beauty business on what their biggest failure taught them

Holly O'Neill

#IWD21: Sharon Keilthy is on a mission to promote sustainable play

Eoin Higgins

5 essential supports for female entrepreneurs in Ireland

Erin Lindsay

Image / Editorial

The Devlin is about to become your new favourite spot in Dublin


by Edaein OConnell
30th Oct 2018

Is there anything better than a new bar or hotel opening in Dublin’s fair city? We love the thrill of the new. The unexpectedness of it all. And we could not be more excited about the opening of The Devlin in Ranelagh.

On Thursday, November 1, the Devlin Dublin (sister to The Dean Hotel) will officially open its doors. Not just a hotel, this new venture will also include a rooftop restaurant and terrace, a boutique cinema, a great coffee spot, and a cocktail bar.

Layla’s Rooftop Restaurant, Bar and Terrace is surrounded by glass, giving you a clear shot view of Ranelagh village, the Dublin mountains, and the sea. Decorated in 1950’s style, you can enjoy a midweek breakfast or a classic brunch, lunch, dinner or pizza all designed by Head Chef Paul Devoy. Layla’s wine list has been created by The Devlin’s sommelier Anke Hartmann, who said: “The wine list has been designed to really inspire our guests to be adventurous. There are different styles of wine – like the refreshing Yuzu Sake, which can be paired with fusion dishes. Or enjoy a Madeira as a digestif or with your cheese. Our list is concise, with wines on tap, classics, and wines for the more curious.”

Layla’s

There is a total of 40 rooms in the hotel, and each is kitted out with Dyson hairdryer’s, Nespresso machines, Marshall Amps, Smeg fridges, Netflix and special Devlin Munchie Boxes, which are jam-packed with iconic Irish snacks. The rooms are small in size but the hotel has made clever use of the space. The bedrooms come in four variations; ModPods, SuperPods (which are slightly bigger), BunkPods, and finally TriPods, which are the largest of the four and include a double, a single and a bunk.

Devlin Rooms 

In the hotel lobby, there is a dedicated DIME coffee hatch which is music to any coffee lovers ears. Design-orientated gifts from Industry & Co will also be on sale here. For the cocktail lovers, the Americana Bar will offer up an array of concoctions along with an all-day food menu.

Milk Punch Pampero Blanco

The Stella Theatre, Ranelagh’s little sister to The Stella Theatre in Rathmines, is a 42-seater cinema that can be found on the lower ground floor.  Just like its sister, the tiered cinema space has individual mid-century style armchairs and couches with cosy lamps and side tables beside each armchair, with a dedicated bar and food menu. 

The Stella Theatre, Raneleagh

This place sounds like an absolute dream.

Room rates start at €120. Find out more by visiting www.thedevlin.ie

 

Also Read

sore eyes UTI period
EDITORIAL
Health Check: What are prostaglandins and how do they affect my period symptoms?

If you find yourself suffering with symptoms like cramping, sore...

By Erin Lindsay

EDITORIAL
Is marketplace feminism stealing the limelight from real female-driven issues?

‘Femertising’ is big business. Brands are increasingly taking advantage of...

By Amanda Cassidy

Has society become more tolerant of the idea of dating interracially?
premium IMAGE WRITES, REAL-LIFE STORIES, RELATIONSHIPS
Interracial dating: “People kept asking ‘where is she from?'”

With diversity on the rise, what struggles do interracial couples continue to face today? Filomena Kaguako speaks to three couples about their experiences.

By Filomena Kaguako

Monica Lewinsky
RELATIONSHIPS
Monica Lewinsky will soon get to talk of scandal on her terms

It was on this day, January 17th, 1998, when news...

By Jennifer McShane

EDITORIAL
9 beautiful Champagne glasses to order in time for NYE

Ring in the New Year (and bid a welcome adieu...

By Lauren Heskin

home in Ballsbridge house
EDITORIAL
This grand home in Ballsbridge, Dublin 4 is priced at €2.95 million

Just a 15-minute drive from the city centre (and with...

By Grace McGettigan

essay collections
EDITORIAL
6 brilliant essay collections for when you can’t commit to a whole book

Time these days is a contradiction.  Slow-moving, yet somehow passing...

By Jennifer McShane

EDITORIAL
Here’s how you can watch a new short film starring Paul Mescal

Paul Mescal fans, this one is for you… A 14-minute...

By Jennifer McShane