Kildare Street and University Club

 

Kildare Street and University Club was formed upon the amalgamation of the Kildare Street Club, founded 1782, and the Dublin University Club, founded 1850.  It was let to a succession of tenants, including three Irish Lords Chancellor, Lord Plunket, John Campbell (later Lord Campbell) and Edward Sugden (later Lord St Leonards). The building has been continuously used as a club since 1851, when it was purchased by the then fledgling Dublin University Club. The Club is located in the heart of Dublin and has 14 bedrooms - all with en-suite facilities, television, telephone and Tea/Coffee making facilities.


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WHAT OUR
MEMBERS
HAVE TO SAY:


“I loved the Kildare Club. It’s very pretty and my breakfast was great. I had an amazing room with a spectacular view and someone graciously helped me with my luggage upon arrival!"

– Sophia Latorre Zengierski




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