The Coburg, a true brasserie, promises style and simplicity with its distinctive local charm and hospitality.
The neighbouring Iveagh Gardens, once known as the Coburg Gardens, gave inspiration to the design of The Coburg.
During the 1800s, The Coburg Gardens housed a magnificent gas-lit winter garden and stunning iron structure, it also served as event headquarters for the legendary Royal Horse Bazaar.
Adopting the Coburg name inspired design features from the upholstery of the banquette seating, mirrors, light fixtures and artwork using materials such as leather, marble, porcelain, and brass to pay homage to The Coburg Gardens.
The Executive Head Chef has created a modern Brasserie menu with simple, fresh and comforting dishes which champion the best local and seasonal produce on offer.
The recent refurbishment of Conrad Dublin took its inspiration from the charm and hospitality of this iconic city.
The award-winning Conrad Dublin is located at the heart of the city, standing opposite the gardens of St Stephen's Green and overlooking the majestic National Concert Hall.
Heavily inspired and influenced by Dublin's rich literary culture and heritage, Conrad Dublin features 192 beautifully...