The boutique hotel can truly claim to be the youngest landmark of Dublin’s Docklands district. The building stands for the radical transformation of two protected buildings – one of them a townhouse built in 1860, the other an early industrial storage space from 1870.
The historic facade was kept in its original state, while a strict rectangular space with lots of glass can be found behind this brick element. Guests can also enjoy rooms with a fabulous view of the city.
The rooftop restaurant The Ryleigh’s combines the great view with delicate meals
Architecture & Interior Design
ODOS Architects, O Donnell O Neill Design
Smeg, Marshall, Dyson, custom made