Ratings based on 395 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.7 Room cleanliness
4.5 Service & staff
4.5 Room comfort
4.5 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Nottingham
Nice hotel, reasonably priced.Posted Jul 15, 2014
Nice hotel, clean rooms and comfy beds. Cheap price as booked well in advance. Breakfast for €12.50, was brilliant.. great buffet selection! Only improvement would be to make wifi available in all rooms for free, the price was a rip off, so didn't use.
for Couplesby A verified traveler from Yorkshire
Weekend awayPosted Jul 15, 2014
Pros: €10 in a taxi back from temple bar
A 15 minute walk to the centre but a great hotel very comfortable and quiet. Also breakfast well worth the money
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from cardiff
Trip to DublinPosted Jul 14, 2014
Pros: W Excellent hotel with clean rooms. Lovely breakfast with lots of choice to suit all tastes. Friendly and helpful staff.
Cons: Nothing to improve on during this stay
Location: Well situated on the canal and only yards away from tram station making travel to and from the city centre easy and cheap.
Top hotel in a top city .Enjoyed our three day stay and will be returning in the future.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Belfast
Good hotel on the edge of the city centrePosted Jul 7, 2014
This hotel was really handy for our visit to the city - only 5 minutes walk from St Stephens Green and the Luas line is outside the door. Also, taxis wait outside the door, so you we were never stuck for one. I had stayed at this hotel a couple of years ago and it hasn't been updated since. the breakfast buffet had a large choice and the staff were helpful. The only issue was that they ran out of butter at the Monday breakfast - not something I'd expect from a Hilton in a major city centre! That aside, I would recommend this hotel as a reasonably priced stay in an upper end hotel (but not top end) within the city centre.
for Everyoneby mom and 2yo
Ideal location for city and Rathmines/RanelaghPosted Jun 29, 2014
Staff very helpful providing milk for toddler late at night. LUAS access is great.
for Everyoneby Ann from Co.Kilkenny Ireland
Weekend Break (World Flower Show)Posted Jun 25, 2014
Pros: Location and Staff.
Cons: would love if it had a swimming pool.
Location: Brill location. Close to City and to R.D.S . AND transport
The Hilton is in a great location to get around Dublin City, Taxi's outside and luis stop across the road. The staff at the Hilton were exceptional, in the bar, on reception and in the dining room all excelled at their jobs and had a smile for everyone. Look forward to my next stay.
by sheila from london uk
Let down by hospitality weaknessesPosted Jun 16, 2014
Pros: Lovely staff in the breakfast restaurant. Silly system though, fancy having your front of house serving coffee and juice? Weird.
Cons: Free wifi in rooms. You can do it, stop being so cheap when folk pay a fair price for your rooms. Don't forsake your guests to accommodate events.
Location: There's a nice walk along the canal but it's a pain to get here from the airport. Good links on the team to St Stephens Green.
Arrived to be left standing for 5 minutes without so much as a nod, then asked if we would accept a Smoking room? No! Would we accept a double with a sofa bed? No! We want the twin room we booked. Oh, so apparently our room does exist, but because they have overbooked they're trying to shoehorn folk into unpopular rooms! We overheard the receptionist tell an American visitor that they were actually overbooked next Monday so would not be able to honour his long weekend. Room we were given eventually was fine, but there us no free wifi in the rooms so it's an extra £5 per day. Free wifi only in public areas! We chose the Hilton because the World Cup was advertised as being streamed, but the night of the Netherlands Spain match the Hotel had closed off the public bar for an Ambassadors function , which we were not allowed into, therefore our anticipated special night was ruined! The dinner at the hotel restaurant was really expensive and poorly seasoned, my steak was bland and scallops starter tiny with one of the variants so heavily over seasoned with herbs to be disgusting. The pasta dish was equally tasteless with little evidence of the Porcini mushrooms. The Baileys pud was just tasteless blancmange, really disappointing. The only redeeming features of this meal were the lovely waiting staff and good wine list, otherwise take your euros elsewhere. Breakfast was good, it had to be as we were very rudely awakened by the fire alarm at 7am! Very poor show.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
dublin hiltonPosted May 18, 2014
Pros: clean,nice priced,,20 minute walk from temple bar area
nice clean hotel, good location. staff was friendly.
for Everyoneby Carol from Memphis
Great hotel close to the center of the city!Posted May 16, 2014
Pros: Everything! It is also close to the light-rail system called Luas, which will take you anywhere. We rode it everyday to St Stephan's Green.
Cons: Free in-room Wi-Fi
Location: Take the Luas (light rail) for two stops to St. Stephan's Green & walk to Grafton St., Temple Bar, Trinity College, museums, etc.
We found the Hilton/Charlemont on-line because of the close proximity to the sites we wanted to see in Dublin. It turned out to be a FANTASTIC place to stay! The staff is beyond friendly, helping us with anything and everything. The rooms are very roomy, clean and comfortable. The bar is a great place to hang out in after a day of work or sight seeing, with great waiters, food and atmosphere. Their "full Irish" breakfast is to die for, and I highly recommend purchasing when you book your room. We will definitely be back!
for Otherby James from Hampshire
Ideal Dublin base for the GLTAPosted May 6, 2014
Pros: Super friendly staff, very good breakfast and delicious a la carte evening menu. Great location for the GLTA tournament.
Cons: Storage space in the room
Location: Walking distance to all major attractions.
Wonderful. We had lovely time. Made to feel so welcome.