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Brooks Hotel

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Pat McLarnon Chef

Brooks is a simply marvellous city hotel. Compact, comfortable, confident and charming it epitomises not just hotel culture, but Irish hotel culture, at its very best.
How do you achieve this state of exalted culturedness? By having a great team, a team who work together and understand and complement each other, whose efforts are all directed towards making sure the customer has whatever they need, whenever they need it. Manager Anne McKiernan leads a first division crew, very many of whom have worked at Brookes for very many years. The longstanding presence of these people, and the fact that they come to recognise you and remember you, means that Brooks has an atypical ambience for a city hotel: it doesn’t feel frenetic and bustling, instead it feels cultured and relaxed. The team don’t act like people who have an eye on the next job, the next step of the ladder. Instead, they work together like a team who know that they are – in fact – at the top of the tree, at the summit of the ladder. And that is Brooks Hotel: a peerless Dublin destination, the cream of the crop.

53.341608, -6.263709
Anne McKiernan
Drury Street, Dublin 2
+ 353 1 670 4000

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