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Suite Swoo: Dublin’s Best Penthouses

08th Dec 2014

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We scoured the capital city in search of the ultimate penthouse pads for this month’s December issue. Here are 3 more of our all time favourites suites.


The Westbury’s Presidential Suite
Just off Grafton Street’s main thoroughfare, The Westbury hotel is seriously glamorous escapes. Splash out on a stay in the presidential suite here and you can expect custom-woven Irish wool carpets, silk blackout curtains and Wilde and Balfe’s restaurant at your disposal. The service is second to none and proximity to every shop worth scouting is a definite bonus (if not danger). Amazing.


The Gibson’s Penthouse
Overlooking the 3Arena, the Gibson is the place to stay for a party. Decorated with bespoke murals, it’s the perfect space to throw a private party, plus the view form the balcony is killer. This is the one for music lovers.


Kellys Loft Penthouse
Ah, Kellys. Between Hogan’s and No Name Bar we pretty much live here anyway, but if you are planning a late one in town, Kellys is the perfect end to a night out. If the residents bar here could talk it would tell a few stories. It’s a laid back, gorgeous suite and in the morning L?Gueuleton‘s breakfast has got your hungover head covered.

For more of our Suite Dreams, pick up the IMAGE December issue, on shelves now.