The Devlin is more than a hotel. It’s community focused. It’s cool art. It’s gorgeous food. It’s outrageous drinks. It’s thoughtful design and smart interiors. It’s a place to stay – and a place to be. We’ve got a rooftop bar and terrace, luxury cinema, a great coffee spot and an incredible cocktail bar with a crack-team of the best bartenders around – all under one roof in Ranelagh. Looking for a true city adventure? Bring it on. You’ve got the village vibe of Ranelagh – and the urban buzz of Dublin city centre only moments away.
Where do I lay my head? On our super-comfy custom-made mattresses in one of our 40 cleverly designed bedrooms. Size isn’t everything, but you’ve got to be smart about it. We’ve put on our thinking hats to make sure that every little thing we’d want to see in a hotel room is in our rooms. Dyson hair dryers for speedy drying. Power showers to wash away the day. Nespresso machines for your morning caffeine fix – (you don’t have to speak to anyone before you get your coffee!). Mouthwatering Devlin Munchies Boxes, jam packed with the best and most iconic Irish snacks that we love, and we know you’ll love, too. Awesome original art. SMEG fridge. Netflix on the box and Marshall amps for your tunes.
Of course, you don’t have to stay with us to hang with us. The Devlin is in the ideal spot to become a social hub for the buzzy Ranelagh village community and beyond.
Dine out on the view upstairs in Layla’s. Our glass-surround terrace makes you feel like you’re floating right above the heart of Ranelagh village. Cruise by our DIME Coffee Hatch and grab a cup to go. Head in and hotdesk on our ground floor. Taste cocktails that are off the chain in our Americana Bar. Get hooked to the silver screen in our cinema. Take part in some of our monthly events – from talks to movies, podcasts to passions – we’ve got a calendar of events to pique anyone’s interest! Did we mention the ART? Our walls, from the lobby to the bedrooms, from top to bottom are bedecked with unbelievable Irish art hand selected by artist and curator James Earley.
This is Dublin.