Pen & Player elevating Dublin’s social scene with cocktails at The Green Hotel

The interior design honours the Georgian architectural heritage while integrating modern elements

Pen & Player is located at 3-4 Harcourt Street and offers a cosy ambiance complemented by views overlooking St. Stephen’s Green

Dublin’s hospitality scene welcomed Pen & Player, the latest addition to The Green Hotel from the O’Callaghan Collection.

Since 1989, the O’Callaghan Collection has been known for luxury boutique hotels in Dublin and comprises five distinct hotels.

Pen & Player at 3-4 Harcourt Street, adjacent to The Green Hotel, reflects its commitment to excellence. Developed with 21 Spaces, it seamlessly blends historic charm with contemporary allure.

The design story of Pen & Player 

Pen & Player provides an intimate atmosphere with views of St. Stephen’s Green. The interior design honours the Georgian architectural heritage, seamlessly integrating modern elements.

Pen & Player stands out with French fabric wall coverings and an art deco vibe with a moody colour palette, including deep burgundy tones and ornate ceiling coving. The  bar area features midnight finishes, integrated lighting, decorative wall lights, and pink smoked mirrors for a touch of glamour.

 Meticulously restored Georgian ceiling coving sets the stage for Italian Murano glass chandeliers. Antique brass wall and table lights offer soft, inviting illumination.

Shauna Deely, director of operations, The Green Hotel, said: “Our bar manager and mixologist, Rui Pinheiro, and head chef Paul Lee have poured their passion into crafting an unforgettable experience for our eagerly awaiting guests and the public. As we sail into this year’s festive season and beyond, we are committed to pushing the boat out with the  highest quality, locally sourced produce, and expertise. It’s a journey we’re thrilled to embark upon,  and we can’t wait to share it with all of you.” 

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