Number 31 celebrates the spirit of the bohemian, modernist, international Dublin that once partied below the radar in a seemingly conservative city.
Blending classic 19th century Dublin architecture with the 20th century’s flair, vision and energy, this is a destination that’s visually stunning, yet also welcoming and supremely relaxing.
The spirit of Sam Stephenson, Dublin’s most controversial architect of the 1960s and ’70s still inspires Number 31. Sam, who converted a stable block into his cutting-edge city centre home at the end of the 1950s, was uncompromising in his embrace of modern architecture. Since his attitude ruffled quite a few feathers, having a refuge where he could retreat and recharge was essential.
Today, Number 31 continues to be a luxurious haven that’s most suited to grown-ups. Its easy-going attitude, commitment to the highest standards plus touches of flamboyance and eccentricity combine to offer a unique boutique townhouse experience, hidden in the heart of Dublin.