The 94- bedroom hotel is situated on the River Liffey and features a Power Gym, The Bottle Boy Pub, The Green Dolphin Barber, The Mayson Bar, DIME Coffee, Ryleigh Rooftop Restaurant and The Tymberyard event space.
The Mayson Hotel has been developed by Oakmount and is formed of two structures that have been “sewn together” as a part of the development.
The rooms at the Mayson Hotel will also be equipped with display of artwork adorns the walls, featuring over 300 pieces from emerging Irish talent, including Domino Whisker who created a bespoke neon sign that will hang pride of place above reception.
David O’Shea, from ODOS Architects, said: “This exciting restoration project is a redevelopment of No.81 and No.82 North Wall Quay. Both buildings were in a dilapidated condition and had not been used in over two decades.
“The concept was to redevelop these strikingly unique buildings by drawing on their existing, inherent characters.”