The deluxe boutique Beacon Hotel in Sandyford, South Dublin, is where style and design blend with outstanding service to create a new concept in luxury travel. The open plan, light filled foyer has the appeal of an art gallery with elegant glass chandeliers, maximum use of natural light and specially commissioned art pieces.
This luxury 88 bedroomed hotel houses some of the most stylish hotel rooms in Dublin City. Spacious, uncluttered bedrooms feature deep baths, power showers and The White Company toiletries. Rooms also include flat-screen TVs, work desks and free Wi-Fi.
The location in Sandyford Dublin ensures you have a plethora of things to do locally including a visit to Dundrum Town Centre, which is a 10-minute journey from the hotel and with over 200 restaurants, shops and bars it is well worth a visit. Leopardstown Racecourse is also located five minutes from the hotel by car and Powerscourt House and Gardens is also easily accessible by car from the hotel. Free parking is available at The Beacon Hotel and there is a Luas tram stop within walking distance, which will whisk you into the city centre in less than 20 minutes.
The hotel includes four spacious meeting rooms, the contemporary Crystal Bar and My Thai, a stunning Asian Pacific restaurant. Meeting rooms can cater from between 2 & 35 delegates allowing for a productive meeting or gathering. All meeting rooms have floor to ceiling natural daylight. The Beacon Hotel has a dedicated Fitness Studio which is located on the first floor of the hotel. Guests have 24-hour access. A complimentary water cooler and fresh Egyptian cotton towels are provided.
Ideally located just off the M50 motorway in Sandyford, this four-star luxury hotel is conveniently situated near Dundrum and Leopardstown. Dublin’s most picturesque coastal towns of Dun Laoghaire, Wicklow and Bray are also easily accessible by car or taxi or bus. Staying at The Beacon Hotel offers the best of both worlds, easy access to explore the city and the opportunity to visit the more scenic ‘hidden gems’ nestled in the coastal towns.