Ratings based on 161 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
5.0 Room cleanliness
4.8 Service & staff
4.8 Room comfort
4.9 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from northern ireland
Luxury hotelPosted Jul 22, 2014
5star hotel we had a fantastic stay will b back Hotel was very comfortable staff friendly food amazing Hotel had a great atmosphere
for Business Travelersby A verified traveler from new york
Posted Jul 17, 2014
great modern hotel and rooftop bar. After traveling around Ireland For a week it was a pleasure to spend two nights in such luxury.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Boston
Great stay.Posted Jul 15, 2014
Pros: Cleanliness, beds, location (if you don't mind a little walking), shower/bathtub. French toast at breakfast.
Cons: More shelf space in bathroom.
Location: Best latte I've ever had at "The Art of Coffee." Theater (saw Dirty Dancing) literally steps from hotel.
Stayed for a week. Lovely hotel. Hotel staff (especially Barry the doorman) very friendly and attentive.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Belfast
Excellent StayPosted Jul 14, 2014
Pros: The cleanliness of the hotel and friendliness of the staff
Cons: Everything was perfect.
Location: Within reasonable walking distance of city centre. Location of the theatre is very handy. Some good cafes, bars etc, close by
The hotel is in an excellent location. Staff at all time were very friendly, courteous and extremely pleasant. The food was of a very high standard.
for Business Travelersby A verified traveler from Charleston, SC
A modern view of DublinPosted Jul 13, 2014
Pros: Well-trained staff that understood service.
Location: The Energy Theatre is right outside the door. It also overlooks the Grand Canal where there are kayaks, paddle-boarders, and the amphibious Vikings.
This hotel is new, modern and allows visitors to see the interesting repurposing of Dublin's Docklands. It's only a 15 minute walk to Trinity College, but it has restaurants and amenities nearby that are also really good. Because it is close to the financial district and cultural development area, one sees many young professionals and Dublin's response to its changing economy.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
new hotel close to all major cites in DublinPosted Jul 11, 2014
close to my office in the new area of Grand Canal area
for Couplesby A verified traveler from canada
Superior service. Some adjustments necessary.Posted Jul 11, 2014
Location: A little sparse- most of the restaurants have LOUD music. A drugstore would be nice.
The décor, while attractive,is dark,masculine and cold. The hallways in particular,are far too dark.The marble in the bathroom ,is grey,a cold color. The lighting in the bathroom is inadequate for makeup, and the magnifying mirror too high. Perfect for a man. The absence of a drawer in the bedside tables is a big inconvenience. Movie availability on the television would have been nice. The swimming pool is fabulous as is customer service.
for Business Travelersby A verified traveler
Posted Jul 10, 2014
Pros: Very cool vibe and incredible staff. They work hard and are friendly and professional.
Location: Great to run along the grand canal
Fabulous experience in a modern luxury hotel. Loved the view from the roof top bar and nice spa.
for Couplesby A verified traveler from staffordshire
Excellent HotelPosted Jul 7, 2014
Pros: Very modern and reasonable prices for a 5 star hotel
Cons: Breakfast menu could have more choice
Location: It is a 20 minute walk to the city centre shops or €8 euros by taxi It costs approx €25 by taxi to and from the airport.
This is a modern 5 star hotel with excellent facilities such as the swimming pool, steam room and sauna that are free to use for guests staying at the hotel. The hotel also boasts a roof top bar with great views across Dublin. Rooms are excellent Food and bar good but expect 5 star prices
for Everyoneby Gilli from Scotland
An Irish UpgradePosted Jun 24, 2014
Pros: The friendly staff, the rooftop bar on a sunny day, the clean and contemporary design
Cons: A complimentary upgrade to a suite -although that sounds fab, may not actually be what you really want,
Location: The location is a good 20 minute walk from the Dublin's main action. But it is quite self contained if you just want to chill out.
I booked a twin room for my sister and I at the Marker. On arrival the receptionist checked we wanted two beds and we said yes. Then she said she was delighted to offer us a complimentary upgrade to a beautiful room - one of the suites which had a fabulous view and a sofabed. We went along with it and found indeed a lovely corner room but with one massive double bed and a sofabed. My sis and I tossed a coin to see who would get the sofa. But given they change the sheets every two days, we swapped around halfway through our 4 night stay, each taking a turn to endure the couch. The hotel is beautiful , the staff are warm and friendly, we enjoyed the roof top bar, the spa and the pool. But it did confound us a little that we had agreed to 'upgrade' from a twin room to a suite with a sofa bed. No one explained why we couldn't have the twin room originally booked. When asked on departure if we enjoyed our stay we admitted everything was lovely except for the uncomfortable sofa bed (fine for kids but not the luxurious sleep you dream of in a hotel like the Marker) The receptionist said she wanted us to leave delighted and took some money off our bill. So all in all we were delighted. And would recommend a stay. However if offered an upgrade, be sure that it does actually provide what you really want.