The world famous Shelbourne is a timeless landmark in the heart of Dublin.
Overlooking the magnificent St. Stephen’s Green, it is only a few minutes walk from Dublin’s most famous landmarks as well as the key shopping and cultural areas of the city. The connection to Ireland’s capital runs far deeper than just location.
Founded in 1824, The Shelbourne is a place where history has been made, the Irish Constitution was drafted, literary masterpieces were penned and society was shaped. This outstanding hotel has been dramatically restored to its full original splendor in recent years. Take time to write your chapter in this iconic properties extensive history.
The Saddle Room
The Saddle Room encompasses the cherished traditions of dining at The Shelbourne, developed over generations. Reassuringly timeless, with an atmosphere of grandeur and comfort, it strikes a balance between formality and relaxation. A lavish menu inspired by the classics and served with all the theatre and flourish of old-school Irish service.
A lavish cheese trolley. A pre-ordered roast of black leg chicken for two. A sumptuously traditional Beef Wellington carved table side. Dining in The Saddle Room is what The Shelbourne has always been designed with the guest’s enjoyment first and foremost in mind.
Executive Head Chef Garry Hughes and his devoted team have created a series of seasonal menus which pay homage to the grand culinary history of The Shelbourne and celebrate the most spectacular and delicious local produce of Ireland.
Capable of seating up to twenty guests, The Saddle Room’s private dining rooms offer all the comfort, style and old-world service of The Saddle Room but in an intimate and private setting.
The Lord Mayor’s Lounge
Luxurious, lovingly restored, and sparkling with light, Ireland’s most historic drawing room looks out over the grandeur of St. Stephen’s Green. From bright morning meetings and the cherished traditions of Afternoon Tea to dinner and drinks for residents late into the evening, The Lord Mayor’s Lounge is a quietly opulent space designed for delight.
No. 27 Bar & Lounge
The social capital of the Irish capital and the beating heart of the hotel, where Dublin society gathers to raise a glass and raise their spirits. Sparkling cocktails and precise pints served with style. A menu of elevated bar classics and fresh Irish seafood served with casual elegance. No.27 Bar & Lounge is the place to see and be seen.
The Horseshoe Bar
A distinctive Dublin treasure. A warm and intimate bar for a perfect pint of plain, a beloved local whiskey or a well-built martini. The atmospheric Horseshoe Bar is a destination, an institution and a living history of Irish society. Hosting Ireland’s most fascinating characters since 1957.
If The Shelbourne itself had a snug, this might just be it. A luxe, intimate, and sophisticated atmosphere with low lights, rich wood panelling, and a host with the arcane knowledge to navigate 1824’s vast hand-picked list of top-shelf whiskey, Champagne, wine, and premium cocktails.
A hidden, unexpected and enchanting open-air space within the hotel which blurs the distinction between indoors and out. The Terrace is sheltered from the elements but open to the sky, with broad canopies, heaters, and an open fireplace to extend the season. A fine wine list and sharing platters featuring exceptional Irish ingredients.
The Saddle Room:
Monday – Friday: 6.30am – 10.30am
Saturday – Sunday: 7.00am – 11.00am
Bank Holidays: 7.00am – 11.00am
Monday – Saturday: 12.30pm – 2.30pm
Sunday Lunch: 1.00pm – 3.30pm
Daily: 5.30pm -10.00pm
Pre Theatre Dinner served: 5.30pm – 6.45pm
Table d’Hote Menu served 6:45pm – 10.00pm
No. 27 Bar & Lounge:
Monday – Friday: 10.00am – 12.00pm
LUNCH & DINNER
Monday – Sunday: 12.00pm – late
Monday – Tuesday until 11.30pm
Wednesday – Thursday until 12.30am
Friday – Saturday until 1.30am
Sunday until 11.00pm
Monday – Sunday: 12pm – 8pm
Food Served until 7pm every evening