The Westbury, The Doyle Collection’s flagship hotel, is home to one of Ireland’s most extensive and impressive private art collections and works can be spotted throughout the hotels public areas and suites.
To celebrate this. the hotel has now launched a new Art Trail package, in partnership with the Irish Arts Review to honour the collection in the hotel as well as the city of Dublin.
Guests can enjoy an exclusive and bespoke experience discovering Dublin’s diverse and visual artworks with a trail that showcases the very best of Dublin’s art scene.
The trail spans 100 years of art history from John Lavery’s 1912 oil painting Miss Haslam located in The Westbury’s Gallery to Conor Harrington’s Dead Meat mural from 2012 on Merrion Row.
Dublin has more than 250 pieces of public art and the bespoke art journey has been designed to tell the story behind some of the most fascinating sculptures, inspiring street-art and magnificent galleries.
Guests who book The Suite Experience: Art Trail package will also enjoy an overnight stay in one of The Westbury’s sumptuous suites surrounded by fine art from The Doyle Collection’s private collection and an indulgent Irish breakfast the following morning.
What’s more, the package also features a private guided tour of the Art Trail with the hotel’s curator, Neal Doherty. During the 90 minute tour, Neal can tailor the trail to the tastes and interests of the guests, whether that is modern wall art or traditional sculpture, and will share the fascinating stories and secrets of Dublin’s quirky artists and their work.
In addition, all guests of the hotel will be presented with a specially designed booklet that tells the unique story about each piece of art and can enjoy the trail at their leisure.
Make it happen:
From €690 per night and includes an overnight stay in a suite with a full Irish breakfast, a bespoke Art Trail booklet and private tour with The Westbury Art Curator, Neal Doherty. Find out more here and make a booking here.