Anantara opens its first hotel in Ireland

Anantara Hotels, Resorts & Spas has made its debut in Ireland with the opening of Anantara The Marker Dublin Hotel.

The hotel is located in the heart of the Silicon Docks, an area with a high concentration of multinational high-tech companies. The property overlooks the waterfront on Grand Canal Square and lies close to the International Financial Services Centre (IFSC) and the Bord Gáis Energy Theatre.

Anantara said the property was "a perfect cultural and business epicentre for travellers’ keen to experience classic Irish hospitality at its best”.

Formerly known as The Marker, the property has undergone a “significant” renovation following “multi-million investment”. 

All 187 bedrooms have been refurbished. Rooms are spread over six floors and include 124 Premier and Deluxe rooms, 18 Junior Corner Suites and three large executive suites.

The lobby and bar have also been refreshed, with the addition of new soft furnishings, bespoke cabinetry and custom furniture. 

A new destination restaurant, Forbes Street by Gareth Mullins, is open for guests and locals. The contemporary restaurant features locally sourced products with an Irish twist.

Other facilities include a spa featuring an infinity pool, sauna and eucalyptus-infused steam room; a rooftop terrace with views over the city; and eight event and meeting spaces.

The property continues to be a member of Leading Hotels of The World. 

Anantara The Marker Dublin Hotel is the seventh Anantara property in Europe, joining hotels in Portugal, Spain, Hungary, Italy, France and the Netherlands. 

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