Recognized as one of the finest luxury hotels in Dublin, The Merrion has unveiled its latest offering, The Merrion Spa and Health Club. Replacing the hotel's smaller original spa, the brand-new spa spreads across the hotel's lower ground floor. It features six treatment rooms, a steam room and sauna, gym and the original 60-foot infinity pool with its iconic hand-painted mural backdrop. Additionally, the club houses a new salon operated by award-winning hairdresser, Ciaran Nevin, and physiotherapy services from Milltown Physiotherapy and Personal Training.
Designed by Georgian interiors expert, Alice Roden - whose work is evident throughout the Merrion - this is a tranquil sanctuary where the highest standard of wellness and elegant design create a private retreat amid the hustle and bustle of the city. Neutral colors, soft Irish fabrics and delicate lighting create a calming space for hotel guests. With some of the world's leading brands and Ireland's key professionals as partners, The Merrion Spa and Health Club offers an all-encompassing service, including a new partnership with the globally renowned French skincare brand Biologique Recherche. Signature treatments will also be available from luxurious skincare brand ESPA.
The Vitality Club Bar area is the ideal space for relaxing after a treatment and sampling a 'Mean Greens' juice or herbal tea. Alternatively, guests can enjoy a glass of sparkling wine in the relaxation room, wrap up in an Urban Aran blanket and admire the artwork.
Aout the Merrion The union of four restored Georgian townhouses, joined with a contemporary Garden Wing, The Merrion's 123 guestrooms and 19 suites include a two-floor Penthouse Suite and private rooftop terrace. A member of The Leading Hotels of the World, The Merrion houses the largest collection of private art in Ireland outside of the National Gallery. The hotel features two bars: the Cellar Bar, located in the original 18th-century vaults, and an intimate cocktail bar called No. 23. The Merrion houses The Garden Room restaurant, located in the hotel's private gardens, as well as Patrick Guilbaud, Ireland's only two-star Michelin restaurant. In addition to the new Spa and Health Club, offering a range of treatments, there's a steam room, sauna, gym and an in-house pool.