Whether it's for a holiday, an anniversary or just another week, there's nothing like an Irish mini-break; Steal away for a long weekend with your love in one of Ireland's nicest city destinations! Be it a relaxing break from the chaos of your day-to-day or a chance to explore some of the emerald aisle's most exciting cities, we have the perfect destination for you!

1/ The Regency


Nestled in the Heart of Belfast’s Queen’s Quarter, The Regency awaits. Choose from the five, exquisitely designed, fully serviced one and two bedroom residences and experience unrivalled comfort and quality. Enjoy a quiet night by the fire or relax in a beautiful freestanding bath. You’ll find The Regency tucked neatly into South Belfast’s Upper Crescent, on the doorstep of Queen’s University and just a few minutes from the city centre. Embodying exclusivity, The Regency offers guests character and a base of serenity from which to soak up and embrace the charm of one of Europe’s most exciting cities. Capturing the elegance of a classic era, the hotels carefully considered interiors are designed to protect and restore the building’s original grandeur while providing unrivalled comfort and quality

With a two night minimum, a long weekend stay at The Regency Garden Suite will cost from €850 a night or, for the Penthouse suite, €1,276 a night. 

2/ Conrad Dublin


The newly refurbished Conrad Dublin has been transformed, heavily inspired and influenced by Dublin’s rich literary culture and local heritage. The hotel stands opposite the gardens of St Stephen's Green and overlooking the majestic National Concert Hall. Amidst the cobbled streets, hidden nooks and winding walkways; it's the perfect location to explore this truly exceptional city. Winner of the prestigious Fáilte Ireland 5-Star Quality Award, this luxury Dublin hotel embraces contemporary Dublin with an authentic, yet effortlessly stylish twist. Each newly refurbished guest room and suite exudes a sophisticated luxury.

A weekend stay at The Conrad will cost from €405 a night or, for the Presidential suite, €2,128 a night.

3/ The Westbury


Enjoy a slice of Dublin city in The Westbury. Located in the centre of the action and nightlife, this is the perfect spot for a wine and dine vacation! Immerse yourself in five-star luxury with the choice of three in-house restaurants/bars and afternoon tea; all your culinary needs can be met. Dublin's iconic Grafton Street is mere feet from the front doors if you're a bonified shopaholic. Spring for the presidential suite, and enjoy your private steam room and sauna a few steps from your bed!

A weekend stay at The Westbury will cost from €495 a night or, for the Luxury suite, €1,185 a night.

4/ The Kingsley


From its prestigious setting overlooking the River Lee to its opulent interior, The Kingsley is Cork’s most elegant address for weddings with style. Chic and contemporary interiors, stunning river views and excellent service right in the heart of the city combine, making The Kingsley the ideal getaway for a discerning duo.

A weekend stay at The Kingsley will cost from €233 a night or, for the Presidential Suite, €728 a night. 

5/ The Dean


Your home away from home right on the doorstep of the Wild Atlantic Way. The Dean doesn’t do conventional, they do fun! This brand new hotel to be has arrived in Galway City as Galway’s first-ever design–led establishment. The new spot offers super comfortable bespoke rooms that are filled with gadgets, treats, and plenty of stuff to make you smile. A slice of boutique bliss in the heart of Galway, one of Europe’s friendliest cities. Located a stones throw from Eyre Square, it's a perfect blend old and new; incorporating unique historic structures, including a portion of the Galway to Clifden railway tunnel built in the 1890's!

A weekend stay at The Dean will cost from €200 a night or, for the Penthouse, €840 a night. 

6/ The Savoy


Everything about the luxurious Savoy Hotel Limerick has been carefully considered to ensure you a 5-star experience. Located in the heart of the buzzing city centre, you’ll feel a millions away from anything while you’re staying in the heart of everything. That’s because serenity and service are essential to the unique Savoy experience.
A weekend stay at The Savoy will cost from €141 a night or, for the Executive King, €280 a night. 

 7/ The Merchant


In the heart of Belfast's historic Cathedral Quarter, you'll find the unparalleled elegance of The Merchant Hotel. When you think of the word opulent, this incredible hotel should be the first thing that comes to mind! The rich history and heritage of this grade-A listed building is complemented by a wealth of modern, multi-award winning facilities and services with every comfort the modern traveller could wish for. Their three restaurants are home to some of the best food in Belfast city, and the multi-award-winning Cocktail Bar is the perfect spot for whiling away the afternoon as you enjoy a perfectly crafted cocktail. With a luxurious spa, a rooftop hot tub and many more amenities to enjoy, you may not want to leave the hotel!

A weekend stay at The Merchant will cost from €495 a night or, for the Victorian suite, €672 a night.

8/ InterContinental


Located on 2 acres of gardens, InterContinental Dublin is the capital's only true 5 star Urban Resort where traditional luxury meets old-school glamour. In Dublin's most affluent neighbourhood, Ballsbridge, the InterContinental Dublin is only a short stroll away from Dublin City Centre and it's many hidden gems and popular spots - Grafton Street, O'Connell Street, Aviva Stadium, Guinness Storehouse and many more. This breathtaking hotel offers an array of fine dining options including Seasons Restaurant, The Whiskey Bar, Lobby Lounge and Garden Terrace. A world of unrivalled, five-star luxury awaits you at the iconic resort, where guests are offered a unique and unforgettable experience in the most stunning surroundings.

A weekend stay at InterContinental will cost from €492 a night or, for the Presidential suite, €2,812 a night.

9/ The Marker


The Marker Hotel is a sleek, contemporary landmark inspired by the elements and overlooking the waterfront of Grand Canal Square. Part of the regenerated Docklands that exemplify the city’s cosmopolitan future, the hotel is ideal for both business and leisure guests. The area is home to tech and finance giants, chic restaurants and world-class theatres. The Marker's standout feature is their incredible Rooftop Bar & Terrace which gives guests breathtaking views of the capital city, from the Dublin Mountains to the Irish Sea.
A weekend stay at The Marker will cost from €376 a night or, for the Presidential Suite, €2,117 a night. 

- Gráinne