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About the O’Callaghan Hotel Group

About Us

O’Callaghan Hotels are all in excellent locations for both leisure and business travelers. Each hotel is distinctive and distinguished by excellence. Flexibility is at the heart of what we do to ensure you get the very best service from our team.

Every team member is selected for their passion for our company and is focused on delivering excellent service to our guests. As well as the best located hotels in Dublin, Annapolis and Gibraltar; we have built our reputation on delivering excellent service and that is why our guests come back to O’Callaghan hotels again and again.

Support in the Local Community

Temple Street Children's University Hospital

Temple Street Children's University Hospital

As part of the community, the O'Callaghan Hotel Group are delighted to be able to support local worthy causes and have selected Temple Street Children's University Hospital Charity, as our main charity.  The charity provides funds to purchase critical medical equipment such as CT and MRI scanners, to maintain buildings and wards, and to make the hospitalisation of the children and their families less stressful.  Temple Street University Hospital treats over 50,000 children each year.  

More information can be found on their website and donations can be made directly

 The Great Dublin 24 Hour Bake OFF Challenge

Executive Chef Richard Luckey challenges Robert Bullock proprietor of Le Patissier to support The Temple Street great Irish Bake Off.

O’Callaghan Hotels today announced that it will be participating in The Great Irish Bake for Temple Street.  Following on from the success of last year’s event, O’Callaghan Hotels have committed to growing their activity and fundraising target to €10,000 this year. The Great Irish Bake for Temple Street takes place on Friday 17th April 2015.

O’Callaghan Hotels will be holding a 24 hour bake off challenge between Richard Luckey, Group Executive Chef and Robert Bullock, proprietor of Le Patissier. The bake off will take place in the glass atrium at O’Callaghan Stephen’s Green Hotel between 16.00 on Thursday 16th April 2015 and 16.00 on Friday 17th April. The challenge is to bake, create and sell cakes and treats of all sizes throughout Friday 17th April with all proceeds going to Temple Street University Children’s Hospital. For the participants, it’s all about pride with the victor coming away with the O’Callaghan Hotels Bake Off Champion of Champions trophy 2015.

The big winner will be Temple Street.

On the day, the public are welcome into the live kitchen set up in the Atrium to lend support, words or wisdom and more importantly sample the goods on offer. Patrons can choose to dine in or take treats back to the office, park or home. Doors open from 09.00am on Friday with entrance via Harcourt Street. A pop up café will also be set up in the Georgian Dining Room adjacent to the Glass Atrium with tea and coffee served throughout the day.

Richard Luckey, Group Executive Chef: “What a great way to have fun whilst raising funds for such a great cause. This really does bring me back to my time spent in the pastry section and I’m up against a formidable opponent but I’m confident we will have plenty of mouthwatering treats available on the day.”

Paul Clifford, General Manager: “We are delighted to be able to support Temple Street University Children’s Hospital for the second year running. Last your we raised €5,000 in our event held at O’Callaghan Mont Clare hotel and we are hoping this year to double efforts and reach our target of €10,000. What better way to offer yourself a small treat and support such a worthy cause.”

The Hospital is one of the O’Callaghan Hotels selected charities for 2015 and is this is part of a number of events the team at O’Callaghan Hotels will participate in to raise funds for this great charity.

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Landsdowne Minis & Youth Team

Landsdowne Minis & Youth Team

The Lansdowne Minis & Youth Team was established to provide a safe, fun and friendly environment for children through rugby each Sunday, where they can develop friendships based on the principles of fairness and trust.

When it comes to the game itself, it’s obvious that the children put their hearts and souls into the match as they fight hard to gain each point.  Luckily, the Irish Red Cross are on hand if things become too competitive!

The Landsdowne Minis accept players, both girls and boys, from 5years upwards who develop a range of skills, fitness and dexterity in a fun environment, where healthy sport is at the centre of their activity.

The club is managed by an army of volunteers and parents are encouraged to participate both in coaching and the ongoing development of the club.

The photo (right) shows Sales & Marketing Director, Catherine Bodley with the team, January 2014.

O'Callaghan Hotels are proud to be a sponsor.  More information is available on the Landsdown Minis on their website at

O'Callaghan Hotels Sustainable Policy

O’Callaghan Hotels wants to support future generations to meet their own needs, in order to support this we focus on key factors within our Business.

  1. Recycle and reuse
  2. Water Conservation
  3. Education
  4. Energy Consumption
  5. Community
  6. Innovation

Sustainable Policy

O’Callaghan Hotels understand that the hotel industry has a significant impact on the environment and we at O’Callaghan hotels want to play our part in managing our business in a way that is environmental friendly.

Our environmental Objectives are:

  • Committed to reducing our energy consumption and associated greenhouse gas in particularly C02 emissions.
  • To Adopt best practice in waste management – Reduce, Reuse, Recycle and as a last resort disposal.
  • Create a Green team within the hotels and to encourage our employees to reduce their carbon foot print within the workplace and at home.
  • To communicate and encourage our customers to help us achieve our environmental goals.
  • Work with the local community by initiating environmental initiatives on-site and encouraging local environmental initiatives.
  • Work with suppliers who have good environmental policies to reduce packaging waste and improve the environmental impact of all products purchased.
  • We aim to provide a healthy working environment that will enhance the well-being of our employee’s guest and the natural environment.

Sustainable Policy and Practices

  • We aim to minimise energy use, maintain high level of awareness of the need for energy efficiency among our staff through training and strategies for promoting energy conservation and awareness.
  • Use IT in a strategic manner in order to reduce our carbon footprint.
  • Energy usage by individual hotels will be monitored on a regular basis with results been reported monthly to GM’s.
  • Alternative energy sources are explored and are used when possible.

To achieve our environmental objectives and develop, implement and monitor our actions we have appointed a team to undertake the task of driving our environmental policy going forward. We encourage all our employees to bring any ideas and suggestions they have to this team so that we can do our part in passing on a safer world to future generations. The

The energy team will have responsibility for implementing the policy and ensuring the policy matches with company culture. We will adopt a phased approach to our environmental policy and have a small number of targets which will be communicated to all staff. These targets will be monitored monthly and our performance will be communicated to all members of staff.

Our Core Values


We are open and honest with each other


Pursue excellence in all we do


Consistent in all we do

Act With Integrity

We respect and act in line with our values


Take care and give back to the local community


Willing to go the extra mile



"A family hotel group with a mission to go above and beyond expectations by delivering exceptional service through our people while protecting and growing our assets"


"To be recognised as a leader in hospitality where we welcome all guests to become a very special member of our family"

Get to know us

O’Callaghan Hotels are one of the leading privately owned hotel groups in Ireland. The O’Callaghan Hotel Group was established in 1990 when the first hotel, the Mont Clare opened in Dublin. Over the years the Group has opened four hotels in Dublin, The Davenport Hotel in 1993, The Alexander Hotel in 1997 and The Stephen's Green Hotel in 2000. Each hotel is unique in its style and offerings, from traditional to modern contemporary and boutique style. One thing they all have in common is the location. Each hotel is perfectly located in down town Dublin close to cultural attractions and some of Dublin’s main financial, convention and business districts.

While developing its portfolio in Dublin, the O'Callaghan Hotel Group continued its expansion internationally by opening two international properties the first in Gibraltar in 1996 and the second in Annapolis, Maryland in USA.

Over the years the hotels have undergone a number of refurbishments and enhancements to maintain the excellent and personable service levels and facilities.

Annapolis Hotel, AnnapolisMaryland, USAFree Wi-Fi when you book through our website

The Eliott HotelGibraltarFree Wi-Fi when you book through our website

Alexander HotelDublin, IrelandFree Wi-Fi when you book through our website

Davenport HotelDublin, IrelandFree Wi-Fi when you book through our website

Mont Clare HotelDublin, IrelandFree Wi-Fi when you book through our website

Stephen's Green HotelDublin, IrelandFree Wi-Fi when you book through our website

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