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Brooks Hotel

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The secret of the success of Brooks Hotel lies with the fact that it offers an intimate experience.
Whether sleeping, meeting, dining or drinking, Brooks is one of those rare places that gives a sense of privacy. Yes, you are in a busy public place, but Brooks is such a fine piece of design that you never feel intruded upon. Of course the superlative staff help to create this feeling of intimacy – they are there when you want them, and otherwise they are at just the appropriate distance.
Brooks is, therefore, an exercise in good judgement, and this good judgement is to be found at every point: in the excellent, clubbable design of the rooms and public spaces, the bar and the quiet charm of Francesca’s Restaurant; their fine little cinema, the well-chosen artworks. It all feels right and, because it feels right, the guest feels just great.
Manager Anne McKiernan and her crack squad up the ante by always aiming for the stars with everything they do. The result is a private oasis for the guest, who also happens to be in the very heart of the city. Brooks Hotel is simply the best hotel.

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

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