Why We Like It:
The Wilder is a cozy boutique hotel in a classic Georgian-era redbrick that has elegance and charm. It is also on a beautifully peaceful, tree-lined street that feels almost suburban but is yet just a short walk from Dublin city center.
There are just 42 rooms and suites in total, all of which are comfortable and stylish, though their entry-level rooms are not spacious by any means.
They all are though beautifully presented, and display plenty of historical character. Period fixtures abound, including some lovely old fireplaces, alongside more contemporary art pieces and luxury hotel mod-cons.
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Food, Drink & Facilities:
Their fine breakfasts are served in the Garden Room, which also if the weather allows, has outdoor seating in the garden.
A la carte options include the full Irish, buttermilk pancakes, and a range of egg dishes, alongside a buffet of fresh homemade breads, muffins, granola, juices, yogurts, and fresh fruits.
They also serve small dishes throughout the day (until 10pm) at The Wilder – sandwiches, soups and charcuterie plates, plus a range of drinks in the Gin & Tea Rooms. Only guests have access to these spaces so the atmosphere is generally familiar and warm.
Not surprisingly due to its size, the hotel doesn’t have much in the way of facilities – no gym or spa for example, though they do have on-site parking.
Reception is open 24 hours and the staff are helpful and friendly.
The Wilder is on Adelaide Road, near the Grand Canal and about a ten-minute, pleasant, walk to Grafton Street, or a couple of minutes on the LUAS tram system which has a stop nearby.
Two of Dublin’s nicest parks, Iveagh Gardens and St Stephen’s Green, are also nearby, as are the many lively bars of Camden Street and Harcourt Street.
Some Guest Reviews:
“Liked · Absolutely fantastic staff at the place from the folks working the front desk to the bar. Cian, Rocio, Becca and co, we had a great and fun time. Amenities provided were on point, rooms were clean and divine. There was wifi everywhere in the property, we didn’t encounter any dead spots.….”
“Exceptional staff and beautiful, very cozy accommodations in an upscale part of Dublin. We loved it! Wonderful breakfast in a lovely room. We booked it again for a week later. We can’t say enough about the gracious, extremely courteous staff. The hotel has so many beautiful touches……”
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