Yesterday, many representatives of most areas of the country were reunited for the annual National Hospitality Conference & Awards which took place at Intercontinental Hotel Dublin. Here are the big winners of last night’s awards;
The National Hospitality Awards rewards the Best pubs, hotels and restaurant throughout the country that represent perfectly the meaning of the word “Hospitality” in Ireland. And 2015 was a special year for the event which celebrate its 10 years old.
Doheny & Nesbitt, located in Baggot street in Dublin is was named as Ireland’s best pub of the year. Thanks to its large choice and its good quality cuisine, the pub has stood out from its competitors. The only two Michelin stars spot in the country is Patrick Guilbaud and it won the Best Overall award, without surprise. Other Galway based Michelin star restaurants, JP McMahon’s Aniar and Loam came second and third respectively.
The Ashford Castle in Mayo is named best overall hotel and Castlewood House in Dingle, best value Hotel. In Dublin, the award went to the Westbury Hotel which is considered as the best city hotel while the Dean hotel won the award of the best new establishment.