Immerse yourself in what many people consider to be the Dublin hotel. It's certainly a city landmark of the finest order, with a tip-top location and history-laden ambience. Built in 1824, room 112 - The Constitution Room - is where the 1922 Irish Constitution was drafted. Many of the suites are named after previous guests - most notably Princess Grace, and a recent restoration has brought this grand old lady back to her original splendour. Real log fires burn contentedly in the grates as you enjoy a cocktail in No. 27 Bar and Lounge or pint of Guinness in the famous, traditional Horseshoe Bar. Afternoon tea in the Lord Mayor's Lounge (15:00 - 17:30) is a must if you want to emmerse yourself in a recaptured era of high society Georgian Dublin. For all its opulence, the Shelbourne is always welcoming and never aloof. Visit, stay, enjoy.