This 103 bedroom hotel is the flagship property of Monogram Hotels, Ireland's newest niche brand of luxury hotels. Douglas Wallace collaborated with design director, Philip Treacy, to create a five-star hotel interior unlike anything seen before in Ireland.
The Ladies Salon in strong pink is destined to become the g's signature room. With its Andy Warhol camouflage print fabric-covered chairs and black-and-white vortex hand woven carpet, the room retains a feel of 1940s and 50s glamour but with a distinctly contemporary twist.
The hotel's 70-seat restaurant continues the seashell theme, with banquettes in purple velvet designed to cocoon and envelop, and jewel coloured Andrew Martin chairs. The 103 guestrooms are havens of intimacy and sensuality. Entered from darkly seductive corridors with catwalk lighting, the rooms' clever use of mirrors encourages the play of light on luxurious linen and silks in oyster and gold, with seashell motif upholstery fabric and light-fittings. The g's 102 deluxe rooms include three individually designed suites. The quality of their design and finishes will secure the g's reputation for cutting-edge chic. The attention to detail is evident everywhere - from the use of colour and exquisite materials, to the choice of the hotel's artwork.